News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – Numerous individuals, organizations, and health professionals around the world share Bermuda Freedom Alliance’s concern about the push to inoculate our children for COVID-19. According to the Health Advisory & Recovery Team1 in the UK, “Commencing research in children, in advance of published adult long term safety data, is in breach of the Nuremberg Code.2 We need not look far back into history to remember the devastating harms a rushed-to-market vaccination can have.
Over 1,000 children were permanently disabled with narcolepsy caused by the Pandemrix Swine Flu vaccine. Rapid rollout of a new vaccine for Dengue fever resulted in the deaths of 10 children in the Philippines, not at the time of the vaccination but months later when they next encountered the Dengue virus.3 To repeat any such mistakes here would be unforgivable. The immune system is phenomenally complex and still poorly understood. Experimenting on young children for a disease that carries vanishingly small risks is a road no ethical scientist should walk down. It is a clear departure from the precautionary principle and the scientific experts at HART strongly advise against it.”
What we do know
According to the Lancet4, “children are overall not becoming seriously unwell with COVID-19, and data from England shows that children are also not requiring intensive care in large numbers.”
The Lancet4 also stated, “Some of the measures to counteract the devastating impact of the virus on adults are having unintended negative consequences for children. The possible benefit to wider society of these measures should be constantly scrutinised to ensure proportionality in line with outcomes for all.”
According to an educational resource by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, vaccine development is a long, complex process, often lasting 10-15 years and involving a combination of public and private involvement.5
4. Information on pfizer.com states that clinical trials on children aged 12 and over started in late July of 2020, which means that, at best, data is only available for the past nine (9) months. Close to three thousand participants were adolescents: 2,259 participants were between the ages of 12-15 and 754 participants were 16 and 17 years old. In comparison over 1.3 million children participated in the Polio Vaccine Trials in 1954. After the trials, it then took almost a year to analyze the results and determine whether the vaccine provided protection against polio.5
6. CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System has now recorded over 4,000 cases of patient deaths, possibly related to receiving COVID mRNA injections, which is more than the number of deaths reported to the system in the last 13 years of reports for all vaccines combined.9
7. According to the FDA, data is not yet available to inform about the duration of protection that Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA injections will provide.10
8. COVID is estimated by the CDC to have an overall recovery rate of 99.8%, similar to flu, and 99.98% for ages under 50.11
What we are still learning
What the long-term effects of these shots will be to our children.
If they will affect our children’s fertility.
If they will cause cancers.
If they will negatively interact with other childhood vaccines.
If they will cause lifelong chronic diseases, such as autoimmune disease.
Since the risk of COVID-19 to children is minimal, at best, why risk potential damage to their long-term health and development on an experimental mRNA injection that 1. we are still learning about and 2. has already caused injury and possibly death in the adult population? Ask yourself, what do our children stand to gain?
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