April 3, 2022 | By Autism Action Network | LINK TO TAKE ACTION
Autism Action Network is joining Toby Rogers, Ph.D. in his call to stop the FDA from issuing an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA shot for kids under 5. Rogers offers some of the most incisive analysis of Covid, autism, the medical products and services industry, and politics in his column UTobian on Substack which you can read and subscribe to here https://tobyrogers.substack.com/
Urgent Call to Action #3: Contact your legislators to tell them that the FDA & CDC must REJECT the Pfizer & Moderna applications to inject mRNA into kids under 5
Thank you to everyone who has been contacting the FDA and CDC to tell them to REJECT the Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) application to inject genetically modified mRNA into kids under 5. We now have to add Moderna into the conversation because they are trying to get their mRNA shot authorized for kids as well — even though it does not work against Covid and has a 15% adverse event rate.
Reasons to reject the Pfizer and Moderna applications to inject mRNA into little kids
There is no Covid emergency for children under five years old.
Children have a 99.997% recovery rate and a body of medical literature indicates that almost zero healthy children under five years old have died from Covid.
• A large study conducted in Germany showed zero deaths for children under 5 and a case fatality rate of three out of a million in children without comorbidities.
•A Johns Hopkins study monitoring 48,000 children diagnosed with Covid showed a zero mortality rate in children under 18 without comorbidities.
•A study in Nature demonstrated that children under 18 with no comorbidities have virtually no risk of death.
The harms from Covid shots in children are catastrophic.
There are now 44,975 VAERS reports of adverse events in children following Covid shots. These reports likely understate harms by a factor of 41 to 100.
There are troubling reports of fatalities in children following Covid shots: