As the FDA is not recommending Moderna’s two dose COVID vaccine for children as young as six months of age, medical professionals are speaking out saying this is despite serious safety concerns. One America’s Caitlin Sinclair has more.
As most of the country returns to normal, the Biden administration predicts another COVID-19 pandemic is on the horizon. The President recently promoted vaccines for infants while providing an ominous warning of what’s yet to come.
President Joe Biden praised the CDC’s decision to authorize Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for younger children. In a statement Saturday, Biden called the move a “monumental step.”
The Food and Drug Administration authorized both Pfizer and Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as six-months-old. The agency announced its approval of the vaccines in a press release Friday. They asserted they found them to be both safe and effective.
Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate and 10-year veteran SWAT team member Mark Sherwood, discussed effective school safety plans to stop school shootings. One America’s Caitlin Sinclair has more.
Moderna plans to study its COVID-19 vaccine in infants as young as 3-months-old. The biotech company announced Wednesday that it will enroll as many as 700 babies in their experiment, dubbed Baby Cove, in September. The babies will reportedly receive two doses of Moderna’s vaccine within an eight-week period.
One doctor is sharing the stories of some patients who say they have regrets about getting a COVID-19 vaccine. He breaks it down with One America’s Caitlin Sinclair.