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Denmark to completely stop Covid vaccinations for minors as of Sept. 1

Covid vaccines, Denmark to completely stop Covid vaccinations for minors as of Sept. 1

Scientists and physicians have repeatedly warned against giving children and adolescents experimental and controversial Covid vaccines for several months.

Because the coronavirus poses virtually no danger, especially for the younger generations, while the vaccines are often associated with dangerous side effects with potential consequential damage, especially for young people, massive criticism has been voiced about the children’s vaccination programs.

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Mainly because, for example, the child vaccination was often justified with false studies and data.

Denmark to completely stop Covid vaccinations for minors as of Sept. 1. (Photo internet reproduction)
Denmark to completely stop Covid vaccinations for minors as of Sept. 1. (Photo internet reproduction)

In Denmark, which is taking a pragmatic approach, the vaccination program is wholly discontinued, at least for children and adolescents.

As we reported in June, officials said at the time that it was a mistake to give children these vaccines at the current state of knowledge. They would not have done much good.

As early as February, it was stated that no “boosters” would be administered to the children and that the vaccination campaign would generally be discontinued.

Largely unnoticed by the world public, the Danish government declared that no more Covid vaccines would be given to minors a while ago. According to an announcement by the Danish Ministry of Health, as of July 1, 2022, no more first injections will be administered, and as of September 1, 2022, there will be no more second injections for Danes under the age of 18. It states:

Children and adolescents very rarely become severely ill with Covid-19 with the Omicron variant. Therefore, as of July 1, 2022, it will no longer be possible for children and adolescents under 18 to receive the 1st injection. As of September 1, 2022, receiving the second injection will no longer be possible.

A small number of children at particularly increased risk of severe disease progression will continue to have the option of vaccination after individual assessment by a physician.

Thus, contrary to various data showing the opposite, the Danish government maintains the narrative that these controversial vaccines have a real protective effect.

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