11/17/2023 / By Kevin Hughes
An advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) voted on October 20, 2022, in favor of including the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine in the recommended immunization schedule for children aged six months and over.
But data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), which is under the CDC, showed that 57,622 children (aged 0 to 17) have suffered an injury because of COVID-19 vaccination as of September 29, 2022. The Janssen vaccine is behind 1,358 of these injuries; the Moderna vaccine for 10,751; and the Pfizer vaccine for 45,425.
The VAERS data also disclosed that 14,728 children have either visited a hospital or been hospitalized because of an injury caused by COVID-19 vaccination. The Pfizer vaccine has triggered the hospitalization of 13,636 children, while the Moderna vaccine caused 1,001, and the Janssen vaccine 62.
Data also revealed that 1,201 children have either suffered a life-threatening event or been left permanently disabled because of COVID-19 vaccination. The Pfizer vaccine has almost killed or permanently disabled 1,073 children, the Moderna vaccine 119 children, and the Janssen vaccine four children.
According to VAERS, at least 163 children have lost their lives because of COVID-19 vaccination. The Pfizer vaccine has killed at least 143 children, while the Moderna vaccine has killed at least 20 children. (Related: CHILD KILLERS: CDC data show over 118,000 U.S. children died suddenly after covid jab rollout.)
Meanwhile, vaccination rates among American kindergartners for routine childhood shots have still not returned to pre-pandemic levels, as reported by the latest federal data published on November 9.
Researchers from the CDC examined how many children met school requirements for the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine; the diphtheria, tetanus and acellular pertussis (DTaP) vaccine; the poliovirus (polio) vaccine; and the varicella (chickenpox) vaccine.
For the 2022-23 school year, about 93 percent of children in kindergarten had met the vaccination requirements which is about the same number that was seen the previous school year.
It is still lower than the 94 percent in 2020-21 and the 95 percent in 2019-20, before the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’re not surprised that there was a drop in vaccination over the pandemic; clearly there is some level of surprise that these numbers have not fully recovered. We’ve known these challenges are because of care access and misinformation and, unfortunately, some of these challenges have persisted post-pandemic,” said Dr. John Brownstein, an epidemiologist and chief innovation officer at Boston Children’s Hospital and an ABC News contributor.
Data also showed that exceptions from school vaccination requirements increased to three percent during the 2022-23 school year. That is up from 2.6 percent the past year and is the highest vaccination exemption rate ever reported in America, as stated by the CDC.
The report discovered that compared to the 2021-22 school year, vaccination coverage reduced the most for the DTaP vaccine, dropping in 31 states for the 2022-23 school year. This was followed by decreasing coverage for the MMR vaccine in 29 states, the polio vaccine in 28 states, and the chickenpox vaccine in 25 states, all over the same time.
The CDC report also discovered that Idaho had the lowest percentage of children who were up to date for all four vaccines during the 2022-23 school year, while Mississippi had the highest percentage of up-to-date children.
Of the three percent of kindergartners with vaccine exemptions, 0.2 percent had a medical exemption and 2.8 percent had a non-medical exemption. The report discovered that exemptions soared in 40 states and the District of Columbia during the 2022-23 school year.
Overall, 10 states reported an exemption for no less than one vaccine for more than 5.0 percent of kindergartners. The percentage of those with exemptions ranged from less than 0.1 percent in West Virginia, to 12.1 percent in Idaho.
The authors stated it was not clear whether the rise in exemptions is because there has been a surge in parents opposing routine childhood vaccines, or if they are opting for non-medical exemptions because they have obstacles that make it hard to vaccinate their children.
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