Children in Canada as young as 12 are being given free ice cream to take Pfizer’s experimental mRNA therapy “vaccine,” with no parental permission required.
Throngs of police were filmed guarding one site from outraged parents at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto:
A pop up vaccine clinic in Canada that is offering kids free ice cream in exchange for a vaccine, no parental permission required. Police are guarding the front to stop parents from intervening.
Canadians should be outraged. pic.twitter.com/FDovr1HjUq— Mike The Mad Scientist (@MadMikeOfficial) May 24, 2021
“Health Canada approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for those aged 12 to 15 on May 5, making Canada the first country to do so,” the Toronto Star reported on Friday. “In Toronto, those 12-15 don’t need a parent or guardian to allow them to take the vaccine.”
The CDC is investigating dozens of reports of heart inflammation (myocarditis) in teenagers and young adults that occur four days after their second dose of Pfizer of Moderna mRNA therapy injections, The Daily Mail reported on Saturday.
The CDC’s VAERS database has reported 943 adverse events among 12-to- 17-year-olds as of Friday.
According to the CDC, youths aged 0-19 who catch the coronavirus have a survival rate of 99.997%.
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