POLL: Should children ages 5-11 receive a COVID vaccination?

Should children ages 5-11 receive a COVID vaccination?

Should children ages 5-11 receive a COVID vaccination?
1058 votes


  1. Pete

    Agree with Kat. This is NOT a yes/no question. If it were my child (but I don’t have any in that age group), I would be inclined to have him/her vaccinated after a detailed discussion with a pediatrician. But that would be MY decision. I do not believe that the vaccine should be mandated … at least not until there is considerable data on the risks and advantages available, several years into the future. I note that unlike some of the “childhood” diseases (measles, mumps, etc.) that do have requirements for vaccination for school attendance, that COVID-19 shows minimal danger for children under 12 (and not much more for those 12-18), though at some future point there might be data available that would justify a “mandate”, eventually.

  2. Dana

    Why give children the shot, it’s not safe, it will not prevent the disease. Let’s get children with healthy bodies so they don’t get sick with any of the virus’ of the winter months. Good levels of Vitamin D from the sun or supplement with Vitamin D3. There would be no COVID deaths if we would keep ourselves healthy with what we already have or can purchase OTC.
    Just look at all the horrible side effects for children that we already know about!

    1. Emma

      Hear hear! This is diabolical. The only individuals who gain anything from this cruel experiment are the fat cats sitting on the board of big pharma. And all of the clinics that get money each time they jab you.

  3. Emma

    if 99.9% of children are not at risk from severe Covid complications or death. How is this shot going to improve those odds. As we know the vaccine does not prevent infection or transmission. It’s said to merely lessen symptoms. What symptoms would be lessening by vaccinating swaths of children and at what cost? It’s like having a room with 1000 kids wearing a leg cast in case one of them falls and breaks a leg, we’re protecting them right? But from what?

  4. Margaret

    Dr. Jessica Rose, viral immunologist and biologist, told the panel EUA of biological agents requires the existence of an emergency and the nonexistence of alternate treatment.
    “There is no emergency and COVID-19 is exceedingly treatable,” Rose said.
    In a peer-reviewed study co-authored by Rose, myocarditis rates were significantly higher in people 13 to 23 years old within eight weeks of the COVID vaccine rollout.
    In 12- to15-year-olds, Rose said, reported cases of myocarditis were 19 times higher than background rates.
    “In an act of censorship, this paper has been temporarily removed and it has now been killed without criticism of the work,” Rose said, noting the timing of the removal was strange.
    Rose said tens of thousands of reports have been submitted to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) for children ages 0 to 18. Rose explained:
    “In this age group, 60 children have died — 23 of them were less than 2 years old. It is disturbing to note that “product administered to patient of inappropriate age was filed 5,510 times in this age group. Two children were inappropriately injected, presumably by a trained medical professional, and subsequently died.” Breaking: FDA Panel Endorses Pfizer Shots for 5- to 11-Year-Olds, Experts Say Vaccine for Kids Is ‘Unnecessary, Premature and Will Do More Harm Than Good’ • Children’s Health Defense (childrenshealthdefense.org)


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