From the first announcement that the rushed COVID vaccines were available for the public to start taking, around 25+ % of Americans nationally made the decision to not be vaccinated, and for parents, to not have their children vaccinated either.
The CDC has spent millions of dollars, in marketing alone, trying to encourage parents and their children to take the vaccines.
Other medical professionals, including doctors at MedPage Today, are recommending to: Think Twice Before Giving the COVID Vax to Healthy Kids. Based on the data to date, there’s no compelling case for it right now.
The extremely low chance of any benefit for healthy children is exactly why pediatricians like Richard Malley, MD, of Harvard, and Adam Finn, MD, PhD, of the University of Bristol, have passionately written to not “use precious coronavirus vaccines on healthy children.
In the list of possible side effects of the COVID vaccines, one which has received a lot of attention is heart inflammation in the heart muscle called myocarditis.
As a precaution, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) added a warning to patient and provider fact sheets. Overall, heart inflammation is an extremely rare side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Numerous athletes have collapsed with breathing issues and tightness in their chests, after being vaccinated.
Some physicians minimize the risks while others are taking precautions.
At Jackson River Pediatrics, located in Alleghany County, Virginia, a patient recently took a photo of a sign posted in the window of their office.
The sign reads:
Sports physicals are done primarily to make sure you are not at high risk for sudden cardiac death on the playing field. COVID vaccination affects your risk.
In response to worldwide experience and vaccine adverse-event monitoring we are adopting a more precautionary sports physical sign-off policy: If you have received doses of any COVID shot, we will not be able to clear you to compete in sports without completing lab work and possibly an echocardiogram to rule out potential heart damage.
The Jackson River Pediatrics Facebook account is currently offline. They took down their Facebook page after this sign in their office went viral.
PJ Media spoke to the owner of the Facebook photo.
“I know that sometimes we put things like sports physicals off until the last minute,” said the poster, who spoke to PJ Media anonymously. “Part of my intentions of sharing the picture that I took Monday at our pediatrician’s office was to let parents who had their children vaccinated for COVID know that they cannot wait until the last minute for sports physicals,” she said. “I have received backlash from friends and family for not having my children vaccinated for COVID,” she continued. “I believe that my husband and I made the right choice but now I have proof that someone educated far greater than I has evidence that the COVID vaccine can do damage to children’s health.”
The concerned mom thinks people deserve to have all the facts. “I don’t condemn anyone for choosing to vaccinate their children for COVID,” she said. “People need to make the decision that is best for their own situation.”
1st photo: Shows the same counter top and window frame
2nd photo: Photo from the post.
3rd photo: Shows same color wall and computer that is seen in the photo from the post.
The person would have had to go in, tape up a paper *behind the front desk,* and then take a picture. pic.twitter.com/QFlx5OBlZg
— DannyDen (@DannyDen11) March 3, 2022
Vaccine-hesitant parents have resisted the COVID-19 mRNA shots for their children due to the lack of long-term safety studies and the troubling rate of vaccine-adverse reactions, which are greater than the risk of serious COVID infections in children, as reported by PJ Media’s Stacey Lennox.
The CDC acknowledges that heart-related problems have increased after the use of the vaccines began, but they still recommend the jabs for kids.
Since April 2021, increased cases of myocarditis and pericarditis have been reported in the United States after mRNA COVID-19 vaccination (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna), particularly in adolescents and young adults. There has not been a similar reporting pattern observed after receipt of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine (Johnson & Johnson).
CDC continues to recommend COVID-19 vaccination for everyone 5 years of age and older given the risk of COVID-19 illness and related, possibly severe complications, such as long-term health problems, hospitalization, and even death.
By: Eric Thompson, editor of Eric Thompson Show.