Throughout the course of the epidemic, “public health experts” noticed that the vaccination rates for children continued to decline. They seemed to be taken aback by this unexpected turn of events. The majority of us were able to witness the climate of fear and senseless violence that was put on the country by pharmaceutical companies, the media, and millions of extremely foolish individuals, and we were able to foresee the consequence.
Those individuals who were responsible for spreading fear are starting to take notice of the devastation that their efforts have wrought.
Children are not being caught up with the normal vaccinations that they did not get when the epidemic was ongoing. The reluctance to use the Covid-19 vaccine is being cited as a primary factor by a significant number of proponents of immunization.
POLITICO conducted interviews with public health experts from ten different states, including school nurses, physicians, and advocates for vaccination. They voiced their fear that more families are incorporating their unfavorable views of the Covid-19 vaccine into their administration of doses for meningitis, chickenpox, and other illnesses.
It’s possible that the ripple effect of vaccination skepticism is what’s driving an uptick in the number of requests for religious exemptions from school-aged children’s parents. It is making it more difficult for states to make up for the vaccines that they failed to provide to children during the early days of the epidemic, when families avoided going to the doctor out of fear of the disease.
This finding was presented in a piece that was written for Politico and headlined: Children are falling behind on routine immunizations. A lack of confidence in the covid vaccination is counterproductive.
The narrative keeps working toward the goal of transforming certain correlations that are very weakly related into causation and then turning that causality into blame.
A significant reduction in the vaccination rates of youngsters was one of the first signs of the pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the order levels for vaccines for children from states in the year 2020 were lower by 15 percent when compared to the levels that existed before the pandemic. About half of the nation’s youngsters are eligible for assistance via this government program. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that in 2021, order levels were 7 percent lower than their equivalents from before the pandemic.
A month ago, the Surgeon General of Florida made the announcement that the Covid vaccinations may not be effective for children who are otherwise healthy. The regular rate for all vaccines given to children aged 2 years old in county institutions dropped from 92.1 percent to 79.3 percent in 2019, and this trend is expected to continue through 2021.
When compared to the years before to the pandemic, the number of vaccinations administered to children in Tennessee who were less than 2 years old dropped by about 14 percent between the years 2020 and 2021.
By the age of 2, the percentage of children in Idaho who had received vaccinations against measles, rubella, and mumps (MMR) fell. When compared to the 21,000 people who got the vaccination in both 2018 and 2019, and the 17,000 people who received it in 2021, this number is much higher.
This is the quintessential example of “shooting your foot in the foot” and then whining about the discomfort afterwards.
When it comes to vaccinating children against COVID, there is little question that there is a phenomenon known as “vaccine hesitation.” It should come as no surprise that the COVID vaccination was given the green light for use in a group that faced a low risk of infection. This is an unusual stage in the process of developing vaccines. Even if an adult is willing to get vaccinated against COVID for a number of reasons, such as to maintain their work, this does not always guarantee that they will be ready to offer their children a benefit that is orders of magnitude larger than the danger of receiving the vaccination. The pharmaceutical firms that were responsible for the development of COVID vaccinations are now under more scrutiny as they attempt to conceal data from clinical trials. Pfizer and the FDA, both of which are charged with the responsibility of ensuring our safety, joined forces in one instance to seek that the data be withheld for a period of 55 years.
They have used the political process as a kind of coercion and intimidation in order to induce people to take a vaccination for a disease that posed a low to moderate risk to them; now, they are asking for the political process to be removed from the issue after having used it in this manner.
A doctor named Hugo Scornik, who is also the head of the Georgia Chapter of The American Academy of Pediatrics, made the following statement: “we simply want to keep measles and polio out of the political world.”
I’m sorry, Doc, but that bell is just just too loud to silence. There is reluctance among parents to turn the COVID vaccine into a political issue by linking it with the practice of children immunizations.
The fact of the matter is that the vast majority of people put their faith in their physicians and, to a lesser extent, in so-called public health professionals before the year 2020. Since the epidemic, we no longer put our faith in the medical professionals. In order to accomplish their political objective, these individuals have lied to us and attempted to mislead us using false information and fear. They are no longer deserving of our confidence. There is a risk of outbreaks of contagious illnesses that cannot be prevented by childhood vaccinations. However, in the event that they do take place, it is important to keep in mind that they are the result of falsehoods that were used to legitimize the COVID immunization. “Vaccine hesitation” might be motivated by fear as much as politics; fear alone is not enough.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Liberty Daily.