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The story at MyNorthwest is about the Covid response website that Washington State is “decommissioning” this week due to the pandemic being “over” and low traffic. So now, if you want Covid information, you go to the Department of Health to get your (mis)information. This quote is from the DOH site, emphasis mine.
Everyone six months and older should be vaccinated for influenza and COVID-19 to lower the risk of transmission and serious illness. If you have already been vaccinated against COVID-19, make an appointment now to receive your booster.
People ages five years and older who had their last COVID-19 shot at least two months ago can get the updated booster. Influenza and COVID-19 vaccines can be safely administered at the same time.
By taking just a few precautions, we can gather with our loved ones safely and help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other serious respiratory illnesses throughout the holidays.
This is dangerous misinformation, as it totally disregards the proven fact that children are at minimal risk for Covid. There are numerous studies out there showing the sometimes-fatal effects of mRNA vaccination on young people, from myocarditis to sudden death. The vaccines are so new that there has not been nearly enough time to know what all the potential ill effects of the jab might be, and urging parents to vaccinate their infants is crazy. It has also been well-demonstrated that the mRNA vaccines do not slow or prevent transmission, and just recently the proportion of Covid deaths among the vaccinated have surpassed those of the unvaccinated.
The Health Nazis of Washington themselves are spreading misinformation.Published in