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Children as young as six to be tested for Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine efficacy

Children as young as six to be tested for Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine efficacy

The efficacy of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in children is due to be tested in a new clinical trial involving 300 volunteers beginning this month. The new mid-stage trial will determine whether the vaccine is effective for people between the ages of 6 and 17. The Oxford jab is one of 3 to have already been approved for use in adults in the UK, along with those from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna.

Tom A
Tom A
John W
John W 2 weeks

Yea children don't seem to get it much or transmit it. More will likely die or suffer vaccine side effects than benefit from any extra immunity, they already have.

Tulsi Gabbard for Pres 🙏
Tulsi Gabbard for Pres 🙏 2 weeks

How Evil!!! Disgusting VMAT2 inhibitor experimental vaccine is not even a vaccine, it is a chemical pathogen

Skot
Skot 2 weeks

If asymptomatic individuals don't spread the virus, as evidence suggests, and children have been almost completely untouched by the virus; and if the vaccines don't play any role in immunity, but only symptom reduction, go ahead and tell me the reason isn't money. Disgusting.

Freedom Nuggets
Freedom Nuggets 2 weeks

Be sure to get every up and coming "rising Democrat star" stuck... Otherwise you're just antivax. Gotta get that population down to a reasonable number.

Nunya
Nunya 2 weeks

Not my children

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 2 weeks

Why do kids need it? It's like a .01% risk of complications with kids.

Good Green Goy
Good Green Goy 2 weeks

No thanks

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