The World Health Organization just made a stunning admission about COVID vaccines:
“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19.”
One would think that individuals who work for the World Health Organization are among the world’s best medical minds. After all, the United States entrusts our funds to the organization. A large sum of money! The United States has been their major contributor in the past, sending them hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue each year.
In 2018-19, the U.S. contributed nearly $900 million to WHO’s budget. That was about one-fifth of the organization’s $4.4 billion budget for those years.
$237 million of that is assessed fees. During those years, the other $656 million or so pledged by the U.S. went to specific programs like polio eradication, vaccine research, nutrition services, tuberculosis and HIV research, and outbreak control and prevention.
And what do we get in return for our investment? Apparently, some not-great advice.
Thousands of doctors, scientists, and medical experts have been warning for months that mass Covid vaccinations of children are unnecessary (albeit, the majority of them were dismissed, censored, black-listed, or mocked as alarmists). So, why did it take so long for the WHO’s geniuses to reach the same conclusion?
The World Health Organization’s recent guidelines defining who should obtain the COVID vaccination declare, “Children should not be vaccinated for the time being,” according to ChildrensDefense.org.
According to the WHO website: “There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults.”
We may now apparently accept this fresh finding because it comes from the all-powerful, unstoppable WHO. They just took 6 months to reach the same conclusion as the black-listed medical professionals who had been arguing since the vaccine’s introduction.
Will the Biden administration heed the World Health Organization’s advice and leave the youngsters alone?