The World Health Organization (WHO) has stopped advising that healthy children and teens get the COVID vaccine, however, they still want healthy pregnant women to get the jabs.
WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE) revised its COVID vaccine guidelines on Tuesday.
“The public health impact of vaccinating healthy children and adolescents is comparatively much lower than the established benefits of traditional essential vaccines for children,” the update reads.
However, SAGE continues to recommend pregnant women get the jabs to “protect” both them and their fetus.
“Vaccinating pregnant persons – including with an additional dose if more than 6 months have passed since the last dose – protects both them and the fetus, while helping to reduce the likelihood of hospitalization of infants for COVID-19.”
In Canada, 41% of kids aged 5 to 11 received at least two doses of the COVID vaccine, whereas 80% of those aged 12 to 17 did. Vaccine passports were forced upon those aged 12 and up.
Last month, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said new data shows the COVID virus may have come from not a bat, and not the Wuhan virology lab, but a raccoon dog.
The data was recently uploaded by scientists at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Human DNA samples taken from the Huanan seafood market among those infected with COVID apparently contain raccoon dog genetic sequences intermingled in the virus.
The data hasn’t been peer reviewed in a journal.
This came just days after the WHO was implicated in a scandal of epic proportions when the US House Republicans showed that Dr. Fauci “prompted” the study in 2020 that dismissed the lab leak theory — and worse, the WHO’s Chief Scientist was involved.