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Internet Item Concerns Reader

Dear Editor,

I just read on the internet a plea to stop the approval of vaccines to children under five years of age and precious six month old babies from Mary Holland, President and General Counsel of Children’s Health Defense.

She states, “ There is no Covid emergency for children under five years old. Children have a 99.995% recovery rate from COVID and healthy children are not dying from COVID. Not only is this injection medically unnecessary for this younger age group, but there are clear signals coming from U.S. government sources that the risk to human health is real, and that adverse events to this vaccine are not rare. “

Have you seen the precious pictures of innocent bright eyed babies in Kroger near the babies aisle? They are adorable and look very healthy. How could you harm an innocent child with these un-approved experimental so called vaccines!

On February 15, the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) is scheduled to meet to deliberate granting Emergency Use Authorization to Pfizer’s BioNTech SARS-CoV-2 vaccine for babies aged six-months and children up to five years old despite the lack of safety and efficacy to support its use – a statement within this article.

I have written about this issue before and I am seriously concerned about the bad side effects upon our very young children if parents decide to go ahead and give their children the shot. They could become very ill, have side effects later on in life or die. If you care about our very young population, please join with me and share these concerns with contacting the FDA products advisory committee, our board of health officials, family, friends and neighbors to stop the approval of this horrid shot.

It is suggested to send the hard copy letters in red envelopes. Let the letters pile up on their desks and jam the phone lines with your disapproval of an action that may have the worse results ever as these children cannot fight for themselves, we must do it for them.

Mari Briggs Sheridan