• Doctor rips White House shielding COVID vaccine data as CDC OKs shot fo

    From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Sun Oct 23 10:09:20 2022
    By Yael Halon
    Published October 20, 2022

    The CDC's decision to add the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of
    recommended childhood vaccines without publicizing clinical trial data
    could cause "unintended harm," Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
    professor Dr. Marty Makary said Thursday, warning that the move will
    further fuel vaccine hesitancy surrounding childhood immunizations.

    The CDC's advisory committee on Immunization Practices voted
    unanimously Thursday to approve the agency's new recommended
    immunization schedules for adults and children for 2023, which includes vaccination for COVID-19 for children as early as 6 months old.

    The addition of the COVID vaccine marks the first of its kind to be
    added to the CDC's list without offering clinical data to support its
    benefit, Makary told "America Reports."


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