Vaccine experts advising the federal government rejected last month, President Joe Biden’s plan to begin rolling out boosters for all Americans. They suggested suggested instead that extra Pfizer shots should only be given to those 65 and older or those at high risk of severe COVID-19.
Some people are trying to use Israel as an example to impose the boosters on everyone. One should be aware there are those who claim in Israel, there haven’t been many serious side effects from the vaccine.
Israel’s Health Ministry however, might not be providing an accurate portrayal of the situation. Israel’s Health Ministry constantly removes the replies of those complaining about side effects but someone was able to record the responses before the Ministry deleted them.
Below is a link to what they said. The link is a bit slow to load
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Dr. Robert Malone, an inventor of the mRNA vaccine complained of 3 medical ethics violations going on in the U.S.A. regarding the mRNA vaccines. One of the complaints is faulty reporting in the U.S.A. of the side effects by government agencies. For those that take the spiritual risks of looking at science videos on Rumble, the interview can be found at https://rumble.com/embed/vgfikx/?pub=4
See the 1 minute English video with Hebrew Subtitles The amount of deaths from the vaccine in Taiwan is similar to the amount from the virus.
The video is English despite the fact that Hebrew Words surround the video in the link provided.
On Oct. 27 2021 (= 21Cheshvan 5782) VOA news reported:
An advisory panel of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration voted Tuesday to grant emergency authorization to Pfizer’s two-dose COVID-19 vaccine for children between the ages of 5 and 11 years old.
Pfizer and its German-based partner BioNTech are seeking permission to inoculate children in this age group with a lower dose than what is currently given to people ages 12 and older.
The advisory panel voted 17-to-0, with one person declining to vote, that the benefits of the vaccine outweigh any potential risks of any side effects such as myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart.