The Maryland State Health Department exposed their incompetency by admitting approximately 70 children ages 5-11 received expired doses of the COVID-19 injections.
The doses injected into the children from Prince George’s County had expired by two days.
What was the health department’s strategy following the admission of their error?
Give the young children another dose of the experimental Pfizer COVID-19 jab.
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Thus, increasing their odds of experiencing severe adverse reactions.
Maryland County to Revaccinate 70 Children After Giving Them Expired Doses https://t.co/VBHCV5mKo4
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The department lied and claimed the 5-11-year-old children don’t face negative health risks because of the error.
There’s no way to determine if these children will experience eventual adverse reactions from the expired doses.
Any statement from the health department saying otherwise is ludicrous.
As noted by The Hill, the health department relied on the CDC and Pfizer on how to proceed:
George L. Askew, deputy chief administrative officer for health, human services and education, told the Post the health department reached out to the CDC and Pfizer to determine how to proceed following the incident.
They reportedly came to the agreement to hold a special clinic in order to revaccinate all of the children who received the expired doses.
“It is nice when everyone is in agreement — and everyone was in agreement that receiving the expired vaccine was not going to be detrimental to the children’s health,” he said, according to the Post. “But everyone was also in agreement that it did not give all the protection and that children should get revaccinated.”
The mistake occurred on Nov. 26 at the Wayne K. Curry Sports and Learning Center in Landover. Children were given vaccine doses that had expired two days prior. The private clinics are set to be held for children who were affected on Dec. 5 and Dec. 11, according to the news outlet.
“We certainly regret this incident,” Askew reportedly said. “And we are really, really sorry for the inconvenience it causes our families.”
Public health officials directly consult pharmaceutical companies and federal agencies funded by Big Pharma to make medical decisions for children.
It’s baffling this blatant conflict of interest doesn’t concern many people.
Parents should demand employees of the Maryland State Health Department receive their pink slips.
Better yet, stop letting children be Big Pharma guinea pigs for a virus that poses zero risk to them.
The experimental COVID-19 jabs only put kids at risk for adverse reactions like this:
VAERS, 5 year old male. Seizure after Pfizer dose one pic.twitter.com/FZ6ajdnsw6
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