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Thanks Cia.  I would add to this that the vaccines themselves are not without risk, and can cause things like myocarditis, encephalitis, and death.  Without going too far down the rabbit hole, over 4800 deaths have been reported to the VAERS system, along with far, far more non-deadly side effects.  VAERS is notorious for only capturing a very small percentage of these effects.  Of course correlation != causation, which is basically the excuse they’re running with to explain these numbers.  I’m sure they’re all just a coincidence.   https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html Per that link, the CDC is admittedly monitoring increased VAERS reports of myocarditis and pericarditis in adolescents and young adults after the MRNA vaccines, for example, so obviously they take VAERS reports seriously even while talking out of both sides of their mouth.     Not even Pfizer (which is profit-motivated) is claiming Covid is a significant risk to children, they’re using the excuse that it helps stop transmission: Although data shows that severe #COVID19 is rare in children, widespread vaccination is a critical tool to help stop transmission. That’s why I’m excited we have begun dosing participants aged 5 to 11 in a global Phase 2/3 study of the Pfizer-BioNTech #COVID19 vaccine. — AlbertBourla (@AlbertBourla) June 8, 2021 The CDC reports a grand total of 309 deaths in the 1-17 age group since this pandemic began: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm The risk to healthy young children for Covid is infinitesimal, why purposely gamble with the side effects of the vaccine? The purpose of a vaccine is not only to be effective, but also safe.  Everyone should weigh the pros and cons of getting one.  If you’re in a high risk group, absolutely, go for it.  The risks of Covid outweigh the risk of the vaccine.  If you’re not in a high risk group, particularly young people, the risk of the vaccine is far higher than the disease itself.   It just amazes me that people are told to consult with their doctors before taking fish oil supplements or starting an exercise program, but these vaccines, which are not FDA approved, are given out for free at baseball games.   Disclaimer: I got the J&J shot myself back in April.  No problems.  Highly recommend that one if you’re in the market.  


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Thanks Cia.  I would add to this that the vaccines themselves are not without risk, and can cause things like myocarditis, encephalitis, and death.  Without going too far down the rabbit hole, over 4800 deaths have been reported to the VAERS system, along with far, far more non-deadly side effects.  VAERS is notorious for only capturing a very small percentage of these effects.  Of course correlation != causation, which is basically the excuse they’re running with to explain these numbers.  I’m sure they’re all just a coincidence.   https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html Per that link, the CDC is admittedly monitoring increased VAERS reports of myocarditis and pericarditis in adolescents and young adults after the MRNA vaccines, for example, so obviously they take VAERS reports seriously even while talking out of both sides of their mouth.     Not even Pfizer (which is profit-motivated) is claiming Covid is a significant risk to children, they’re using the excuse that it helps stop transmission: Although data shows that severe #COVID19 is rare in children, widespread vaccination is a critical tool to help stop transmission. That’s why I’m excited we have begun dosing participants aged 5 to 11 in a global Phase 2/3 study of the Pfizer-BioNTech #COVID19 vaccine. — AlbertBourla (@AlbertBourla) June 8, 2021 The CDC reports a grand total of 309 deaths in the 1-17 age group since this pandemic began: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm The risk to healthy young children for Covid is infinitesimal, why purposely gamble with the side effects of the vaccine? The purpose of a vaccine is not only to be effective, but also safe.  Everyone should weigh the pros and cons of getting one.  If you’re in a high risk group, absolutely, go for it.  The risks of Covid outweigh the risk of the vaccine.  If you’re not in a high risk group, particularly young people, the risk of the vaccine is far higher than the disease itself.   It just amazes me that people are told to consult with their doctors before taking fish oil supplements or starting an exercise program, but these vaccines, which are not FDA approved, are given out for free at baseball games.   Disclaimer: I got the J&J shot myself back in April.  No problems.  Highly recommend that one if you’re in the market.  


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