Demand the FDA Answer Questions Before Expanding COVID Shots for Kids

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On June 14 and 15, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) vaccine advisory committee will meet to discuss authorizing COVID shots for kids 5 and under.

So far at least 18 Members of Congress have added their names to a letter urging the FDA to stop any such authorization before important questions about safety and efficacy are answered, especially in light of the facts that perhaps 80% of children already have some protection from previous COVID infections and children have a 99.98% COVID survival rate.

The letter also points out that:

“These mRNA vaccines lack long-term safety studies and may carry unknown long-term risks. Even with respect to near-term acute adverse reactions, the study populations for these vaccines are very small, as it was only with mass vaccinations that the FDA was able to detect serious adverse reactions, particularly among young males.”

Please ask members of your Congressional delegation to add their names to this important letter.

You can get your message on the way with a few clicks at the following link: https://p2a.co/teuX8Jc

Thank you for speaking out. Your voice makes a difference!