Parents DO NOT want COVID-19 vaccines for their kids | 父母不希望他們的孩子接種 COVID-19 疫苗

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When deciding whether or not you should receive a vaccine, the correct thinking flow is,

1) Do I need the vaccine?  If not you do not need a vaccine, no matter how effective and how safe the vaccine is, you should not take it

2) Is it safe?  Many things to consider:  Is the drug company trustworthy?  Are the ingredients used to make the vaccine safe?  What are the side effects and adverse effects?  Also ponder what you learn from the media of all sorts, and try to see if their propaganda makes any sense.  If not or have any doubt ,make a decision accordingly.  If not safe, no matter how effective it is, you should not use it.

3) If you need a vaccine, and you believe it is safe, then you should decide whether it is effective.  If not effective, not use it.

When you decided to receive covid vaccines, did you ever think of these three things?

 

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在決定是否應該接種疫苗時,正確的思維流程是,

1) 我需要接種疫苗嗎?如果不是,你就不需要疫苗,不管疫苗有多安全多有效,你都不應該服用

2)安全嗎?許多事情需要考慮:製藥公司是否值得信賴?用於製造疫苗的成分是否安全?有什麼副作用和不良反應?還要思考你從各種媒體那裡學到了什麼,並嘗試看看他們的宣傳是否有意義。如果沒有或有任何疑問,請做出相應的決定。如果不安全,不管它有多有效,你都不應該使用它。

3)如果您需要疫苗,並且您認為它是安全的,那麼您應該決定它是否有效。如果沒有效果,不要使用它。

當你決定接種新冠疫苗時,你有沒有想過這三件事?

 

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(Natural News) American parents are adamant about not wanting their kids to get injected with the experimental Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines despite the Biden administration’s relentless push to vaccinate young children.

Concerned parents said their decision to refuse vaccines for their children was influenced by worries about side effects and vaccination safety.

Findings from a recent Kaiser Family Foundation study have revealed that more than four in ten parents of children between the ages of six months and four years said that they will “definitely not” get their child vaccinated for COVID-19. Republican or Republican leaning parents (64 percent) and parents who are themselves unvaccinated (64 percent) are particularly likely to say they will “definitely not” vaccinate their youngest children.

More than a month after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gave emergency use authorization to and recommended the vaccines for children as young as six months, only 17 percent of parents polled said that their child under five years old has already received the vaccination or will receive it right away.

About 43 percent of parents said they will never give their child the vaccine against COVID-19, while an additional 13 percent said they would only do it if it was required for a task, such as going to school. (Related: CDC data: Fully vaccinated kids are more likely to get COVID-19 than unvaccinated kids.)

Concerns about side effects and unknown long-term effects are common among parents of young children. Some parents expressed concerns that reflect access barriers to getting their young children vaccinated.

Brighteon.TV

More than four in ten or 44 percent of Black parents of unvaccinated children ages six months through four years old reported that they are concerned they might need to take time off work to get their child vaccinated or care for them if they suffer any negative side effects. Meanwhile, 45 percent of Hispanic parents answered that they are worried they won’t be able to get their child vaccinated at a place they trust.

Many parents believe risks to children’s health outweigh benefits of COVID-19 vaccines

Parents cited several factors as the main deterrents to getting young children vaccinated: lack of research, worries about negative side effects and vaccination safety.

They also don’t think their child needs immunization, with 53 percent of parents with children aged six months to four years old saying that the risks to their children’s health from receiving the coronavirus vaccine outweigh the benefits of perceived protection that they can get.

According to a Hispanic, Democrat mother from California, “COVID doesn’t seem to affect them too much. They have gotten COVID before and got over it fine.”

Since the CDC and FDA both approved Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines last June, public health officials have been aggressively pushing for young children to get vaccinated.

But when it comes to the COVID-19 policy for children, America stands out from other countries. Only a handful of other nations are currently administering COVID-19 vaccines to children.

Go to VaccineInjuryNews.com for updated reports on COVID-19 vaccine-related injuries and deaths.

Watch the video below to know more about a doctor’s dire warning against COVID-19 vaccines for children.

This video is from the Winston Churchill ? Vitamin D channel on Brighteon.com.

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No-win situation: System designed to protect children from vaccine injuries shields those who cause them harm in the first place.

Sources include:

GreatGameIndia.com

KFF.org

Brighteon.com

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