Hong Kong Approves Vaccinating 3-Year-Olds


Armstrong Economics Blog/Vaccine Re-Posted Feb 19, 2022 by Martin Armstrong

Hong Kong is taking extreme measures to fund Sinovac Biotech after announcing children as young as three may receive the vaccine. This comes after various news outlets promoted stories of young children allegedly dying from the virus, however, they are not reporting if the children had pre-existing conditions or any other illness that could have contributed to the deaths. It would not be the first time the mainstream media has lied about the number of children falling ill from COVID.

The chance of a child dying from COVID is not statistically significant. Dr. Peter McCullough, a top cardiologist who was previously world-renowned before speaking out against vaccines, has warned that the vaccine can cause heart injury. “When kids get myocarditis after the vaccine, 90 percent have to be hospitalized, they have dramatic EKG changes, chest pain, heart failure, they need an echocardiogram,” he said, adding “they need medication to prevent heart failure.”

The ingredients in the vaccine are unknown. The long-term consequences are unknown. What is known is that injecting an experimental mRNA vaccine with unknown risks into a toddler is wrong. The chance of a child dying from COVID alone is so low that it would border on being a freak accident as there is a less than 0.03% chance of death among children. Big Pharma and those profiting would absolutely love to mandate vaccines for children to attend schools. Hong Kong permitting three-year-old toddlers to gene therapy is a horrifying experiment and only time will tell of the consequences.

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