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The push to make our children guinea pigs by forcing them to get vaccines to ‘protect’ them from a virus that offers little to no threat to them is becoming harder and harder to justify as more and more studies come in that show the claims these controllers are making aren’t reflected in the science.  Children are not at high risk.

Children that are vaccinated are almost as likely as unvaccinated kids to spread the virus, even if they never get sick from it.  Finally, the examples of other schools that stayed open with unmasked and unvaccinated kids also fails to support the alarmist claims of these controllers.

These are just some of the reasons why we must resist the call to mandate vaccines for our children, let alone mandating them to wear masks at school.

From doctorsandscientistsdeclaration.org  – Vaccinating Children Means Unnecessary Risks

The CDC itself is reporting that a total of 680 children between the ages of 0-18 have died as a result of getting Covid, starting in January of 2020 and up to October 31st, 2021.  Data on what the vaccine might do to children will be a long time coming, as it is difficult initially to attribute a health event after receiving the vaccine to the vaccine itself.  Longterm effects are most profoundly to be experienced by children, and the longterm effects of these vaccines simply cannot be known until long terms have passed.

Given the uncertainty of the nature of the vaccines themselves, it seems extremely counter-intuitive to mandate children be forced to get a vaccine, even against the child’s, and even the parents’ wills, given the uncertainty of the vaccines effects longterm and the extremely low risk of harm to children as a result of even getting the vaccine in the first place.

Deaths by Age U.S. : 0-18, Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Data as of 
Age group 
COVID-19 Deaths 
Indicator 
Sex 
Race or Hispanic Origin Group 
Start Week 
End Week 
11/03/2021
0-4 years
102
Sex
Female
All
01/04/2020
10/30/2021
11/03/2021
0-4 years
104
Sex
Male
All
01/04/2020
10/30/2021
11/03/2021
5-18 years
208
Sex
Female
All
01/04/2020
10/30/2021
11/03/2021
5-18 years
266
Sex
Male
All
01/04/2020
10/30/2021

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Two researchers examined the question of why children seemed to be so less affected than adults when infected with COVID-19.  Before they could begin their study, they had to study the statistics to determine first of all if this were even true.  The statistics backed up the assumption far more than they imagined it would.  In the end, they determined that, as of now, no one fully understands why COVID-19 has such little affect on children and why it spikes in severity of effect on adults from 60, where the spike starts, to 70, where it more gradually increases with age once again.

Why is COVID-19 less severe in children? A review of the proposed mechanisms underlying the age-related difference in severity of SARS-CoV-2 infections, Petra Zimmermann, Nigel Curtis

In summary, the observation that, compared with other respiratory viruses, children have less severe symptoms when infected by SARS-CoV-2 is surprising and not yet understood. Furthermore, it is also uncertain why children with the usual risk factors for infections, such as immunosuppression, are not at high risk for severe COVID-19, while previously healthy children can on rare occasions become severely ill.110–113 222 Although there are several hypotheses for why children are less affected by COVID-19, with the notable exception of age-related changes in immune and endothelial/clotting function, most do not explain the observed age-gradient in COVID-19 with severity and mortality rising steeply after the age of 60 to 70 years. Unravelling the mechanisms underlying the age-related differences in the severity of COVID-19 will provide important insights and opportunities for the prevention and treatment of this novel infection.

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If the virus is not at risk for children, then children carrying COVID-19 can still be at risk of spreading the virus to their more vulnerable family members.  But children who have been vaccinated are also contagious carriers of the Coronavirus, even if they experience no symptoms.  This is what a study funded in part by the CDC itself is suggesting.

Shedding of Infectious SARS-CoV-2 Despite Vaccination, Kasen K. Riemersma, Brittany E. Grogan, Amanda Kita-Yarbro, Peter J. Halfmann, Hannah E. Segaloff, Anna Kocharian, Kelsey R. Florek, Ryan Westergaard, Allen Bateman, Gunnar E. Jeppson, Yoshihiro Kawaoka, David H. O’Connor, Thomas C. Friedrich, Katarina M. Grande

The SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant might cause high viral loads, is highly transmissible, and contains mutations that confer partial immune escape 1,2. Outbreak investigations suggest that vaccinated persons can spread Delta 3,4. We compared RT-PCR cycle threshold (Ct) data from 699 swab specimens collected in Wisconsin 29 June through 31 July 2021 and tested with a qualitative assay by a single contract laboratory. Specimens came from residents of 36 counties, most in southern and southeastern Wisconsin, and 81% of cases were not associated with an outbreak. During this time, estimated prevalence of Delta variants in Wisconsin increased from 69% to over 95%. Vaccination status was determined via self-reporting and state immunization records

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Sweden kept their schools open for the end of the school year in 2020 and provided, as a result, a study of the results of having children unvaccinated and unmasked at schools.  The study shows that during that 6 month period there were less than 30 teachers who suffered any severe reaction to COVID per every 103,596 schoolteachers.  Of the children themselves, there were only 15 children that suffered any severe reaction to Covid, with no deaths reported.

If Sweden’s numbers are accurate, ths paints a damning portrait for those that support mandatory maskings and vaccinations of our American children.  Once again, the threat does not merit the level of coercion the state wishes to force on a free people in a Bill of Rights land, a land not ruled by ‘the experts’ or bureaucrats, but by the people.

Open Schools, Covid-19, and Child and Teacher Morbidity in Sweden, Jonas F. Ludvigsson, Lars Engerström, Charlotta Nordenhäll, Emma Larsson

Data from the Public Health Agency of Sweden (published report and personal communication) showed that fewer than 10 preschool teachers and 20 schoolteachers in Sweden received intensive care for Covid-19 up until June 30, 2020 (20 per 103,596 schoolteachers, which is equal to 19 per 100,000). As compared with other occupations (excluding health care workers), this corresponded to sex- and age-adjusted relative risks of 1.10 (95% confidence interval [CI], 0.49 to 2.49) among preschool teachers and 0.43 (95% CI, 0.28 to 0.68) among schoolteachers (see the Supplementary Appendix).

The present study had some limitations. We lacked data on household transmission of Covid-19 from schoolchildren, and the 95% confidence intervals for our results are wide.

Despite Sweden’s having kept schools and preschools open, we found a low incidence of severe Covid-19 among schoolchildren and children of preschool age during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Among the 1.95 million children who were 1 to 16 years of age, 15 children had Covid-19, MIS-C, or both conditions and were admitted to an ICU, which is equal to 1 child in 130,000.

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