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The madness of vaccinating children against Covid, by a senior doctor

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MANY of my colleagues and I have been alarmed at the decision to offer Covid vaccines to children aged 5-11 for a disease that has less effect on this age group than many other viruses they will be exposed to and suffer from.

Why is this even being considered when it is clear that only three children in the UK in this age group have died of Covid, all with serious underlying disease such as leukaemia? Especially when myocarditis and inflammation of the heart are now recognised side effects, especially in young men.

Significant neurological damage is also now officially recognised as a vaccine-induced side effect. Indeed, a recent review of US data suggests that more children are dying of vaccine side effects than from Covid itself. An earlier comprehensive review of adverse effects highlights the potential short, mid and long-term risks of mass Covid-19 inoculation for children that may lead to chronic disease and early deaths.
A serious concern, too, is that this process could have a negative effect on the genuinely important vaccines that are truly life-saving, from diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough through to measles, mumps and rubella. A collapse in confidence could lead once again to serious disease in a large number of children.

The problem with the Covid ‘vaccines’ is that they are not even approved products but provisionally licensed therapeutic products to cope with the Covid emergency aimed at those especially at risk of dying such as the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. It is now obvious that these are pretty useless agents as ‘vaccines’ as most readers will be aware, recent data suggesting that recently boosted (3rd) individuals are up to three times more likely to become infected than non-vaccinated people. Fortunately, for most, symptoms are relatively mild and the number of people requiring hospital treatment are a fraction of those requiring it in the first wave.

However, I am now seeing several people who have had the infection for the second time, all of them triple-vaccinated. So why are we even considering vaccine boosters when they increase the chances of infection?

Basically, this can be explained by the fact that the first vaccines given at two doses were aimed at the original isolate which has long since gone, so the same booster forces a large part of the immune system to re-focus on a virus that is not there, weakening the response to a new agent such as omicron which is considerably different from the original ones so it can slip in under the radar, so to speak.

So, with regard to children, we are insisting on vaccinating them against a virus which has long since gone. Some argue it will give them a broad protection against similar recurrent viruses. No, it will not. Eighty-five per cent of this age group has natural immunity against the Covid viruses which has now been shown to be far superior to vaccine-induced protection, which unlike vaccine protection for Covid will last a lifetime in these children who have an immune system designed to scan and attack new virus threats.

I believe the data clearly shows that unnecessarily vaccinating these children will do them far more harm than good, which is why I am advising all my family and friends to avoid this crazy recommendation. Remember we have been constantly told that these vaccines are completely safe, yet we have had them for less than two years. Long-term side effects have not even been assessed in any system. When I was young we were assured by the government that cigarettes were safe, and after a 20-year investigation that asbestos had no link to mesothelioma lung cancer.

Whereas the risks were real two years ago for elderly and at-risk patients, and we were prepared to do anything to stop people dying, we cannot allow these extra unknown risks to be foisted on our children who have more chance of dying from many other viruses including RSV and the flu than Covid.

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Angus Dalgleish
Angus Dalgleish
Angus Dalgleish is an expert in immunology and Professor of Oncology at St George's Hospital Medical School, London.

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