You might get sick if you listen to or watch the new Pfizer COVID-19 ad campaign promoting vaccines among children aged 5 to 11.

In advertising, children – some too young to read – are portrayed as “superheroes” for being the first in their age group to receive the Pfizer vaccination.

Don’t get me wrong: the vaccine has been extremely beneficial to the elderly, and those with pre-existing medical issues are especially vulnerable to COVID death.

However, there is no statistical reason why most children aged 5 to 11 need to have this injected into their bodies by a large pharmaceutical corporation. There is no reason why youngsters require this in terms of public health, medicine, or mathematics. Pfizer, on the other hand, is telling kids that they need this shot if they want to be a “superhero” – if they want to show their daring, bravery, and willingness to try new things.

Schools in San Francisco may soon require youngsters to get vaccinated before they can attend classrooms, thanks to the availability of new “jabs-for-juniors.” Consider requiring kindergartners to have a government-issued vaccination card before they may play on the school playground.

So, why is getting the shot so critical, vital, and urgent for kids?

Begin by following the money, as is customary. Currently, Pfizer is the only company authorized by the U.S. Federal Drug Administration to distribute the COVID vaccine for 5- to 11-year-olds. Modernism is not one of them.

Moderna stock was worth $342 per share after the market closed on Wednesday. After hours, Moderna announced third-quarter revenues of $5 billion, which were more than 20% below expectations. Its stock price plummeted on Thursday, closing at $282 per share. Approximately, Moderna lost$25 billion in value in a single day.

Meanwhile, Pfizer’s third-quarter profits were $2 billion higher than expected. Why? Pfizer is currently the only manufacturer permitted to provide its vaccine to youngsters as young as five years old.

Allow junior to get the vaccine and entrust him to the same business that brought us the opioid epidemic, or refuse the vaccine and risk becoming a pint-sized social outcast.

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Alice is the Chief Editor with relevant experience of three years, Alice has founded Galaxy Reporters. She has a keen interest in the field of science. She is the pillar behind the in-depth coverages of Science news. She has written several papers and high-level documentation.


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