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UK public health agency shills chicken pox vaccine for their Big Pharma puppet-masters due to fewer natural cases as a result of less social mixing during lockdown.
You couldn’t make this up…
Children Should Be Given Chickenpox Vaccines Because of Lockdown, Say Government Advisers
The Epoch Times
The chickenpox vaccine should be introduced on the NHS for young children, government scientists have recommended, as restrictions on social mixing led to fewer cases of the common childhood illness.
On Tuesday, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), which advises UK health departments, said the jab should be given to all children in two doses when they are aged 12 months and 18 months.
The UK has held off vaccinating children against chickenpox, as if natural boosting is lost, immunity in adults will drop and more shingles cases will occur.
Safe and Effective™ 🤮
The JVCI said:
We now have decades of evidence from the United States and other countries showing that introducing this programme is safe, effective and will have a really positive impact on the health of young children.
Of course, no proper placebo-controlled trials and wide-scale, long term effect monitoring though, eh? No “off-target” harms?1
To quote a very smart friend on the matter, Nick Hudson:
When it comes to virology and immunology, what I’ve fast learnt is that proponents are basically telling themselves just-so stories about very complex systems, and playing with interventions absent the experimental apparatus to evaluate them robustly. I’d want a two-generation randomised control trial to produce compelling all-cause mortality and morbidity results before agreeing that any vaccine works. Allopathic medicine has seriously weak epistemology.
I couldn’t agree more!
Nevertheless, just like masks for respiratory viruses, for example, they flip flop to suit their agenda of the day. Here is the current juxtaposition:
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