There have some been recent events within the COVID vaccine world that are worthy of note.
- The Danish government barred children under 18 years old from taking COVID-19 vaccines because of the low risk they face from the virus. “Therefore, it will no longer be possible for children and young people under the age of 18 to get the 1st jab, and from 1 September 2022 it will no longer be possible to get the 2nd jab,” said the Danish government in a June statement.” The statement went on to say that high-risk children can be vaccinated after being assessed by a doctor.
- The CDC has revised their COVID 19 guidance. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – lifts the requirement to quarantine if exposed to the virus, deemphasizes screening people with no symptoms, and updates COVID-19 protocols in schools, eliminating a recommendation for test-to-stay after potential exposure. This guidance acknowledges that the pandemic is not over, but also helps us move to a point where COVID-19 no longer severely disrupts our daily lives,”
- There is speculation that the sudden and explosive monkeypox (and now a resurgence of polio illnesses) is related to the immune suppression impact of the Covid 19 vaccines. Notably, Prof. Shmuel Shapira, MD, MPH, who led the Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR) from 2013 to 2021, and worked alongside Pfizer to unleash experimental messenger RNA (mRNA) technology on the world has stated, “During the last years a single case (of monkeypox) was documented in Israel. It is well established the mRNA vaccines affect the natural immune system. A monkey pox outbreak following massive covid vaccination: *Is not a coincidence.
The above recent developments are significant in that they constitute the current relevant scientific thinking associated with the COVID 19 illness.