CDC Adds COVID mRNA Shots to Childhood Vaccine Schedule Despite Known Harms

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now includes COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy shots in its schedule of recommended vaccines for children, adolescents and adults, despite the shots’ egregious record of severe adverse side effects.

The addition of the COVID jabs to the list, as well as updated guidance on influenza and pneumococcal vaccines; and new vaccines for measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) and for hepatitis B, were published in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report on Thursday, according to CNN.

The changes were recommended by the CDC’s vaccine advisers, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), last fall, spurring concerns that the COVID shots’ presence on the immunization schedule would influence states to mandate mRNA COVID injections for children to attend school.

The vast majority of children are not at risk of serious SARS-CoV-2 infection, data overwhelmingly shows, but children are significantly more likely to have adverse side effects following the mRNA jabs than after other vaccines.

The authors of the report recommending the addition of mRNA gene therapies, said the new immunization schedule would help “normalize” the products.

“This means COVID-19 vaccine is now presented as any other routinely recommended vaccine and is no longer presented in a special “call out” box as in previous years. This, in a sense, helps ‘normalize’ this vaccine and sends a powerful message to both healthcare providers and the general public that everyone ages 6 months and older should stay up to date with recommended COVID-19 vaccines (including a booster, when eligible), just as they would with any other routinely recommended vaccine,” Dr. Neil Murthy and Dr. A. Patricia Wodi said in a statement.

At best, the COVID “vaccine” products offers temporary non-sterilizing protection against the virus, stopping neither infections nor transmission, and at worst it makes people who get repeatedly boosted more apt to catch COVID and die. 

Data from around the world, including data in VAERSV-Safe and the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database, suggest these COVID shots are, by far, the deadliest in the history of vaccines.

Of the thousands of adverse events categories, the most common include coagulation disorders, acute cardiac injuries, Bell’s palsy, encephalitis, appendicitis, tinnitus, and shingles.

Excess mortality has risen substantially throughout the globe since the COVID injections were introduced, especially among working age people who were forced to get the shots to remain employed.

Vaccines administered under an Emergency Use Authorization are protected from legal liability, but by adding the COVID shots to the childhood vaccination schedule, the vaccine makers will be permanently shielded from liability for injuries and deaths that occur in any age group. This is why Joe Biden announced that he will end the U.S. government’s COVID-19 Public Health Emergency” on May 11, 2023—Big Pharma now has permanent legal indemnity.

Pharmaceutical companies are not protected from legal liability if it can be proven that their vaccines were fraudulently produced, however, and a lawsuit against Pfizer is working it way through the courts against vaccine manufacturers. The Florida Supreme Court meanwhile, has convened a grand jury at Gov. Ron DeSantis’ request to investigate any wrongdoing with respect to the COVID-19 vaccines.

Calls for the mRNA jabs to be taken off the market are getting louder and louder. A coalition of 17,000 physicians and scientists from the Global COVID Summit recently put out a statement declaring that Pfizer, Moderna, BioNTech, Janssen, Astra Zeneca, and their enablers willfully omitted safety data from patients, physicians.  The docs said Big Pharma’s failure to fully inform the people has led to deaths worldwide, and they should all be indicted for fraud.


Despite these concerns, top U.S. health care professionals continue to urge families to make sure children are up to date with all their vaccines, including COVID “vaccines.”

“Vaccines are essential for the health of our whole society, including children and adolescents,” said Dr. Sean O’Leary, chairman of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Infectious Diseases and a vaccine adviser to the CDC. “We all have a responsibility to ensure everyone can access vaccinations, both for their individual health as well as to prevent the spread of illnesses. These schedules provide a roadmap parents and pediatricians can follow to help children get the vaccines they need so their immune systems will be ready to recognize and resist diseases.”

Mary Holland, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) president and general counsel, told The Defender said the CDC’s decision to add the COVID shots to the recommended list was “tragic,” but not surprising.

“Given all that we have learned about the dangers and ineffectiveness of COVID-19 shots over the last two years, it is horrifying to see the CDC now recommend this as a routine shot to children,” Mary Holland, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) president and general counsel told The Defender. “Although it is unsurprising given the agency capture, it is nonetheless tragic,” she added.


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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: A child receives a COVID-19 vaccine shot in Los Angeles, the United States, on Dec. 17, 2022. COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations continue to rise in Los Angeles County, in the western U.S. state of California, surpassing numbers seen at this time last year. The county is facing the threat of "tridemic" of COVID surge, a bad flu season and a burgeoning number of RSV cases, staining hospitals and medical staff. (Photo by Xinhua via Getty Images)