Rejected petition Scrap the COVID-19 Vaccination Program for 5-11 Year Olds.
To date, the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme has recorded 2075 deaths and a staggering 1,475,298 adverse events attributed to the COVID-19 vaccines. Unfortunately, I personally know people that have had to record heart attack, stroke, tinnitus, vertigo, blindness and even death on this scheme.
Even if 10% of these were true, the number would still be significantly greater than the number of children that have died or are likely to become seriously unwell with the disease itself.
The JCVI advises that this is a non-urgent offer for 5-11 year olds. Why would they offer something that has Emergency Use Authorisation for a cohort that are not and have never been experiencing an emergency? The risks, short and long term, far outweigh the benefits.
According to the Office for National Statistics, there were a total of 43 registered deaths of children aged 0-14 in the years 2020 through 2021 inclusive for England and Wales combined where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate. This simply does not warrant vaccinating this entire age group, particularly as all restrictions have been lifted. They are at even less of a risk now than March 2020. Pfizer have also stated in their research that they have observed a higher risk of myo/pericarditis in the youngest vaccinated age group so far, 12-17 year olds which is very worrying. Especially as Pfizer have been forced to release 5.3.6 CUMULATIVE ANALYSIS OF POST-AUTHORIZATION ADVERSE EVENT REPORTS OF PF-07302048.
Why was this petition rejected?
There’s already a petition about this issue. We cannot accept a new petition when we already have one about a very similar issue, or if the Petitions Committee has considered one in the last year.
The Petitions Committee will be considering a petition on this issue shortly:
Calling on the Welsh Government not to vaccinate children 12 years and younger against COVID-19 https://business.senedd.wales/mgIssueHistoryHome.aspx?IId=38715
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