FDA panel will review vaccines for young kids l ABCNL

Moderna requested emergency use authorization from the FDA for its vaccine for children under 5 years of age and as young as six months old, the only remaining age group ineligible for vaccination.

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12 thoughts on “FDA panel will review vaccines for young kids l ABCNL

  1. US HAS OVER 1 MILLION DEAD and 57 MILLION AMERICANS (27%) ARE STILL NOT VACCINATED AFTER 2 YEARS.

    Covid deaths: US 1,020,660 – UK 174,912 – Canada 39,230 – Australia 7,228 – China 5,022 – New Zealand 744 = 793,524.

    American parents protest at school meetings about? A: 188 school shootings in 10 years B: Masks.

  2. Vote to get rid of Biden, AOC and the Squad in the next election 🚙🚙🚙🚙🚙🚙👍👍👍..Let's Go Brandon!!!🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮

  3. What evidence that mask work? If it’s epidemiology studies that not good compiling evidence. I’m not sure if everyone knows this but to get a really good estimate of causation in a study, it needs to go through stages of phases of testing. Both have to be randomized and control to see what the results give us, which epidemiology doesn’t show because it’s looking at population factors that might contribute to prevent or spread disease. Yet with our control over a population, we are unable to determine if a factor is causing or protecting X. As what we have seen in the last 2 years is that mask are in non compelling to help stop the spread of Covid or any other virus and disease.

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