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CDC Adds COVID Vaccine to Immunization Schedule for Children Starting at Six Months

CDC Adds COVID Vaccine to Immunization Schedule for Children Starting at Six Months

Schools use the recommendations to dictate their vaccine requirements.

The CDC Advisory Committee has officially added the COVID vaccine to the immunization schedule, including children as young as six months:

COVID-19 row: A new row has been added with the columns for age 6 months–18 years highlighted in yellow to indicate the recommended age for COVID-19 vaccination. The overlying text “2- or 3-dose primary series and booster (See Notes)” has also been added.

The CDC cannot mandate vaccines. But schools often use these requirements for the vaccine schedules:

COVID-19: A new section was added to provide additional details on the use of COVID-19 vaccines. The routine vaccination section describes the recommendations for primary series in the general population, and the special situations section describes the recommendations for primary series in persons who are moderately or severely immunocompromised. For booster dose vaccination in all populations, and guidance for Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine recipients, hyperlinks are included referring health care providers to the latest guidance. In addition, hyperlinks to the current COVID-19 vaccination schedules, use of COVID-19 preexposure prophylaxis in persons who are moderately or severely immunocompromised, as well as Emergency Use Authorization indications for COVID-19 vaccines, have been added.

This is ridiculous. I hope if a school puts the COVID vaccine on its schedule, it also adds the flu.


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“This is ridiculous. I hope if a school puts the COVID vaccine on its schedule, it also adds the flu.”

Your kidding… right?

    chrisboltssr in reply to gonzotx. | February 20, 2023 at 9:48 pm

    “Constitutional” conservatives always comply. They’ll never think about pulling their kids out of these indoctrination camps.

      That is untrue. Constitutional conservatives do not comply with unconstitutional “orders” and many had already pulled their kids out of government schools long before covid. If I had school age children, I certainly would, and I am a constitutional conservative.

        My charter school has picked up a huge number of students in the last three years. It is weird, because we are bound by exactly the same rules and standards and testing requirements as any public school.

          chrisboltssr in reply to Dathurtz. | February 21, 2023 at 9:13 am

          Exactly correct. That’s because charter schools are still public schools but they are allowed to get funding from private sources. Unions hate charter schools because most charter schools do not allow their teachers to unionize.

        chrisboltssr in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | February 21, 2023 at 9:11 am

        Yeah, you do. I bet a huge number of you got that Vax, locked yourselves up in your homes, wore those stupid masks, and complied with shutting down your businesses. The thing about charter schools is that they are still public schools, but are allowed to get some or the majority of their funding from private sources, so you still have to be careful there as well.

          MattMusson in reply to chrisboltssr. | February 21, 2023 at 10:26 am

          Most of those people you are demeaning took the shot because they believed the CDC was truthful. Most took the shot to protect SOMEBODY ELSE, because being vaccinated meant you could not give it to your loved ones.

          I realized there might be problems with the vaccine. But, I took it anyway to protect the elderly people I am around. And, I ended up with 3 adverse effects that were reported to VAERS. But, get off your high horse.

          CommoChief in reply to chrisboltssr. | February 21, 2023 at 11:04 am

          That’s a little harsh. The folks most at risk, elderly and those with co morbid issues made a rational choice to accept the jab. Let’s face it that profile of folks doesn’t exactly have to be concerned about future consequences two decades from now.

          In contrast the working age population, particularly those with school age children or in college were bludgeoned into it for the most part. I would happily wager that only about a 1/3 (+-) of the folks under 60 who got the jab were convinced it was the solution to Rona.

          I was in a position to refuse the jab b/c of prior financial preparedness. I didn’t have the issue of a mortgage and high bills at risk of nonpayment if I refused my employer mandate. The mask foolishness is another issue and anyone with a HS level education should have been able to push back on that off their worksite.

          alaskabob in reply to chrisboltssr. | February 21, 2023 at 11:12 am

          Prop!e took the jab to protect others, but the jab didn’t prevent getting or transmitting the virus. In older populations, the risk of covid death is greater in the “vaccinated”. All of the promises from getting the jab have fallen through. It was and still is experimental yet promoted as entirely safe. If it had been promoted as a risk needed to be tsken…then reasonable. But falsely promoted and forced.

          BierceAmbrose in reply to chrisboltssr. | February 21, 2023 at 3:26 pm

          Well, I’m sure There Are Those, who got jabbed for the deplorable reasons you list out. Myself, I’m a fan of people responding to facts as we know them, whatever that response might be.

          healthguyfsu in reply to chrisboltssr. | February 21, 2023 at 7:18 pm

          He’s an angry elf.

          Post reeks of impotent rage.

          I can’t speak for all constitutional conservatives (and neither can you, obviously), but I did not get the vax. I did wear a mask at first by choice because we didn’t know what was going on. After a few months, I stopped. I live in Free Florida, so it wasn’t exactly bravery on my part. I was free to make my own decisions, and I chose to stop wearing a mask, paying attention to those big red social distancing lines on the floors or arrows in the supermarket, and just did my thing, and that included going to businesses that opened up before the Florida “lockdown” was lifted (it was never enforced around here). I don’t have a business, but if I did, I would have opened it, too, just as so many others around here did. I’m not sure you understand what a constitutional conservative is or what we believe or why we believe it. Maybe you could learn more before you start bashing us with false claims? Just a thought.

      M Poppins in reply to chrisboltssr. | February 21, 2023 at 10:06 am

      I agree – it’s disheartening how submissive and compliant so called Conservatives are. They seem not to understand that this is a war.

        CommoChief in reply to M Poppins. | February 21, 2023 at 11:07 am

        Law abiding folks who go to work and pay taxes tend to follow the rules, policies, statutes and regulations of those in authority. They have something to lose if they don’t do so.

      Ironclaw in reply to chrisboltssr. | February 21, 2023 at 2:16 pm

      My wife and I determined before our first child was born that they would never be put in those government indoctrination centers. My kids also didn’t miss any education when the State shut down the schools, as my wife home-schools them. I don’t give a shit what the State says, I’ll determine what my kids need as far as their health and safety goes. My kids have been vaccinated against the standard childhood stuff, but no mRNA garbage, it’s unproven technology and my family are not lab rats. I paid extra to have the multifactor vaccines split into single vaccines so no DTP or MMR as those were all dealt with separately.

Expect cardiomyopathy cases to rise accordingly.

How about 1,000 shots for this maggot – in one sitting:

During January 6 Hearing, Schiff Doctored Text Messages Between Mark Meadows And Rep. Jim Jordan:

another great argument to homeschool your kids.

    chrisboltssr in reply to parthos. | February 21, 2023 at 9:14 am

    I wish I would have done that, fortunately the charter school I put my kids in only teach the ABCs and 123s and do not dabble in any sex talk or Leftist propaganda.

      Stay on top of everything they learn, read, and write (as in homework). This CRT stuff is insidious and everywhere in one form or another. Only alert and engaged parents can monitor it on a daily basis.

“Schools use the recommendations to dictate their vaccine requirements.”
Good. That should accelerate the exodus.

    dberg166 in reply to henrybowman. | February 21, 2023 at 12:39 pm

    It should be railed against. All will not be able to leave (exodus) and those still there would be up against this rule. They don’t seem to give a damn about the kids, or maybe they do to the extent they want them to suffer some devastating effects as we have seen (much not said except it wasn’t the jab). . All parents should take pause and do as appropriate or feasible to protect them against this MANDATE. Unproven vaccine . Under Emergency Authorization.
    Stop the Insanity. .

The vaccine has passed no test that is required by law. It did not pass the challenged test (whether it was effective in animals), distribution test (whether it stays where it was put), nor the efficacy test. Absolute efficacy is around 1%, but the law requires an absolute efficacy of more than 50%. The only test was relative efficacy which is not required by law, because only a snake oil salesman would cite it.

A concerted effort should be made to show that it fails the distribution test. In that case, the entire inventory must be pull from distribution and the shot is forbidden. The only reason that it is not already pulled is that the FDA says that it didn’t do a distribution test, but that takes 2 weeks.

It would seem that since so many laws were broken and people who were injured, that this would be the making of the largest class-action suit in history.

Getting the gene therapy shot on the schedule is not about health, it’s about the Benjamins.

Why do Leftists hate children?

The fact that so few parents gave their children the COVID EUA jab might give me some hope they won’t ‘bend the knee’ just because their schools say so.

This makes sense doesnt it…jabbing the one section of society practically immune to the Chinese Death Kooties just because they can!

There is no rational health reason to add this so called vaccine to the schedule of children’s immunizations. The only reason is $$$$. Don’t forget how much influence financial and otherwise pharmaceutical companies have on the decisions of both the FDA and CDC.

I believe a review of required childhood immunizations and how they are scheduled is long overdue. A close watch needs to be kept on attempts to remove conscience and religious exemptions to the required vaccines.

Never forget the bottom line is that your rights, your freedoms, your life and that of your children (born and preborn) are an inconvenience to be swept aside so a Green Utopia can reign.

    artichoke in reply to JRaeL. | February 21, 2023 at 9:55 pm

    There wasn’t a rational reason for most of them. I’m just slightly old enough to have immunity to measles and mumps by having had them, not vaxed for them. Nobody I knew had a problem with these illnesses, you felt bad for a week and then it was done. There were mumps parties for the girls, because getting mumps while pregnant could damage the fetus, and everyone knew this and took care of it timely.

    Autism was unheard of then, never even heard of it.

And pedo joe is working to turn over authority of our health care policies to WHO if what I read a couple days ago is true.

It is clear the Democratic Party is the party of oppression. It needs people to be fearful and depend on a central paternalistic government. Thus, all the lies and stupid and unconstitutional mandates emerging from the Dopey Joe administration.
Never before, except recently (China, USA) have entire populations been so oppressed, lied to about COVID, masks (totally useless), economies throttled. But it is a spreading socialist derangement. See Western Europe, Canada, our “blue” states.
Democrats are ignorant and/or stupid, often both. Their leaders are evil. That is half of the American population. I think the Union cannot, should not hold..

I would not give the vax to my infant child. We don’t know enough about how mRNA vaccines interact with critical immunocompetence processes in the young child. You could set your kid up for autoimmune or immunodeficiency disease and the risk is not worth the reward.

Speaking as a physician, I know many people died long, slow, miserable deaths on ventilators from Covid. But most were old &/or obese &/or diabetic, etc, etc. Being over 60, I chose to get the vaccine. But I’m not letting my teenage son get it. No matter what anyone says, no one has any idea what the long term effects of this treatment are, because it hasn’t been around long enough. Forcing it on children is not just lunacy, it is pure unadulterated EVIL. Lord help us all.

    artichoke in reply to geecheeboy. | February 22, 2023 at 1:34 pm

    I’ve heard that once in hospital, they were too late or were in any case forbidden to receive known early treatments that were effective, and instead typically received Remdesivir which damaged the kidneys and caused them to essentially drown in fluid. Isn’t it correct to say that Covid can be dangerous without treatment, but also to say that treatments exist, and the hospital protocol is not one of the correct treatments?

    Broken bones are dangerous too if not fixed, but we know how to fix them. If a hospital claimed to fix them with, say, giving Remdesivir and putting the patient on a ventilator, I would avoid that hospital. Saying they are “treating” the broken bone would be no excuse.