5-11 Year Olds are Getting Jabbed in San Francisco Despite no COVID Deaths in that Age Range

15 November 2021

The COVID Vaccine for 5-11 year olds has now been approved. However, why would this be approved if no one in the age group has actually died from COVID? Figures from San Francisco's official COVID tracker show that out of the 664 citizens that have succumbed to the disease since it surfaced in the states nearly two years ago, none have been aged 21 or younger. What's more, only 1,529 kids in the city have come down with the virus in that span. 

According to the latest data from the CDC, fewer than 700 Americans under the age of 18 have died from the virus since recording began in April 2020, with only 206 of them being under the age of five. 

CDC figures show there have been 1.9 million recorded cases among children aged 5-11 between March 2020 and October 10, although the true figure is likely far higher, because so many young children will have experienced mild or no symptoms, and won't have been tested.  

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But despite those figures, children aged five to 11 will still be forced to prove they are vaccinated if they want to enter restaurants and entertainment venues in San Francisco, officials said Tuesday. 

The city became the first in the country to impose strict vaccine mandates for indoor venues in August for all children and adults over 12. 'San Francisco wants to mandate COVID vaccines for children as young as 5 years-old to attend public events,' another social media user wrote Wednesday.

This is ridiculous. Everyone is losing their rights. Children are having them stripped away before they even know what their rights actually are.

The decision means the US becomes one of the first countries in the world to officially approve jabs for this age group, with scientists in Britain warning officials that they're against 'blindly' following America and recommending the jab to age group.


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