The other day early morning, celeb physician Sara Kayat appeared on GB News to defend the UK government’s choice to “offer” coronavirus vaccinations to children in between the ages of 5 and 11.
In defending the policy, Dr Kayat made the following statement:
It is necessary we advise moms and dads that the [Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization] have looked into all of the data, they’ve informed us the advantages far outweigh the threats. The risks are incredibly low, and the threats of Covid much higher.”
Is this real?
Let’s take the declarations in reverse order.
Are the “threats of Covid much greater than the risks of the vaccine?”
They have actually no other way of knowing.
But since Covid’s survival rate for children is something like 99.9998%, does it even really matter?
Do the benefits of the vaccine “far outweigh its risks”?
Once again, they have actually no way of understanding.
However given that the vaccine manufacturers:
- freely acknowledge in their supply agreements that their product may have unidentified negative effects,
- have demanded legal resistance to protect themselves from being taken legal action against ought to their vaccine cause harm,
- and launched a document noting 9 pages of over 1200 “unfavorable occasions of special interest”, which they safeguard by stating there “may not be a causal relationship”
… they are at least mindful that there may be some risks.
And lastly, have the JCVI actually checked out “all the information”?
Never, due to the fact that they do not have all of the data.
None of the covid vaccines were subject to typical tests due to the covid “emergency”, the couple of studies that were done were highly flawed, and given that the vaccines have actually only existed for about 18 months there has been actually no time at all to do any type of research study on the possible long term adverse effects of the vaccine.
In other words, they don’t have “all the data”. They do not have most of the data. They have almost no data, except that your kid has 499,999 out of 500,000 possibility of surviving “Covid”.
Do you want to risk offering your kid an untried vaccine to alleviate a one in five-hundred-thousand opportunity?