Experts and Republicans Call Out The CDC For Approving The COVID Jab For America’s Youngest Children, Citing A Lack Of ‘Efficacy Data’

Experts and Republicans Call Out The CDC For Approving The COVID Jab For America’s Youngest Children, Citing A Lack Of ‘Efficacy Data’


Experts are beginning to call out the CDC’s approval of Pfizer and Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine for babies as young as six months, questioning the lack of proven data for the age group.

Dr. Sarah Long, an infectious diseases expert at the Drexel University College of Medicine, told the New York Times: ‘We should just assume that we don’t have efficacy data.’ 

In news releases and data reported to federal regulators, Pfizer has estimated efficacy of 80% for three doses of its vaccine. 

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But here’s the catch, that calculation was based on just three children in the vaccine group and seven who received a placebo, making it an unreliable metric.

There are also concerns about the Moderna shot. Its data revealed

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