JCVI is an independent expert advisory committee that advises U.K.'s health departments on immunization and makes recommendations concerning vaccination schedules and vaccine safety.
The advisory committee stated that over eight million children aged five to 11 have been given the COVID-19 injection in the United States. This means approximately 800,000 American children have been forced to miss school because they've suffered an adverse reaction so severe they were unable to perform daily activities.
This explains why JCVI is advising the U.K. government to roll out Pfizer's COVID-19 injection to children aged five to 11 on a "non-urgent" basis.
U.K.'s Health Secretary Sajid Javid also said the choice will be up to the parents if they want to take up the offer to help increase their children's protection against future waves of COVID-19 as the country learns to live with the virus.
Interestingly, JCVI did not recommend Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children over aged 12 and above. The committee's assessment is that the health benefits from vaccination are marginally greater than the potential known harms. (Related: UK to experiment on children 5 to 11 years old despite vaccine advisory committee’s initial concerns.)
However, England's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty overruled JCVI and instructed the government to offer Pfizer's COVID-19 injection to children aged 12-15 with immediate effect.
Whitty claimed that "it is likely vaccination will help reduce transmission of COVID-19 in schools which are attended by children and young people aged 12 to 15 years."
Evidence suggests otherwise.
The U.K. Health Security Agency (UKHSA) Vaccine Surveillance Report for Week 7 of this year shows that the COVID-19 injections increase the risk of infection and transmission, with the case rates per 100,000 highest among the triple vaccinated population in all age groups.
JCVI's published advice also stated that in order to prevent 0.5 ICU admissions among children aged five to 11 due to COVID-19, 1.9 million children will need to be vaccinated with two doses of the Pfizer injection. In other words, 7.6 million doses will need to be administered to prevent a single ICU admission.
Elsewhere in JCVI's published advice, the so-called experts claimed that severe adverse reactions among children are extremely rare. They cited a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which concluded that only two cases of vaccine-related myocarditis have been reported per one million doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered.
Based on that, there will be 15.2 children aged five to 11 who will develop myocarditis per 7.6 million doses. Meaning, they are willing to risk having 15.2 cases of myocarditis from that age-group to avoid a single ICU admission.
Science and basic math don't agree with JCVI's advice, it appears.
Myocarditis reduces the heart's ability to pump and can cause rapid or abnormal heartbeats. Signs of myocarditis in children include chest pain, breathing problems, abnormal heartbeats, rapid breathing, fever and fainting.
A study published by the CDC on July 30 found that 397 children between the ages of 12 and 17 were diagnosed with myocarditis after receiving Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.
The condition occurred mostly in young boys. Heart inflammation was not identified as an adverse reaction during the safety trials for the vaccine, but the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) added a warning in June last year to the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines' possible link to cases of myocarditis in teenagers and young adults.
There is no mild version of myocarditis. (Related: Cardiologist says no case of COVID-19 vaccine-induced myocarditis is mild.)
It is extremely serious as the heart muscle becomes incapable of regenerating. Eventually, myocarditis weakens the heart so the rest of the body doesn't get enough blood. Clots can then form in the heart, leading to a stroke or heart attack. Other complications of the condition include sudden cardiac death.
These revelations contained within the JCVI's published advice raise serious concerns as to how they have possibly concluded that all children aged five to 11 should be offered the COVID-19 injection on a "non-urgent" basis.
There is clearly a huge amount of risk and near-zero benefit.
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky was caught lying about vaccine-induced myocarditis in children in the video below.
This video is from the SurvivalTV channel on Brighteon.com.
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