Dozens of doctors, scientists and medics have written to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA, to say that it is “irresponsible, unethical and unnecessary” to vaccinate children against covid-19.
The letter was organised by Dr. Ros Jones (pictured), a retired paediatrician. Incredibly, the letter warns the MHRA of the dangers of vaccines which are “rushed to market”. It was signed by over 40 medics, scientists and doctors including Prof Karol Sikora, dean of medicine at Buckingham University, and Lord Moonie, a former consultant in Public Health Medicine.
The letter states:
“Extreme caution has been exercised over many aspects of the pandemic, but surely now is the most important time to exercise true caution. We must not be the generation of adults that, through unnecessary haste and fear, risks the health of children.”
All medical interventions carry a risk of harm, so we have a duty to act with caution and proportionality. This is particularly the case when considering mass intervention in a healthy population, in which situation there must be firm evidence of benefits far greater than harms.”
A spokesperson for the MHRA told The Telegraph:
“We will provide a response to the issues raised in the letter regarding Covid-19 vaccines in children following full consideration. We rigorously review clinical data in support of applications for any vaccine. A Covid-19 vaccine would only be authorised for younger age groups once the expected standards of safety, quality and effectiveness have been met.”
This is very good news, but the letter goes on to say that the doctors do support the roll-out of the vaccine for the elderly and clinically vulnerable. There’s a glaring contradiction. If the vaccines are unsafe for children because they were “rushed to market,” how could they be safe for anyone, whatever their age?
Don’t have a covid injection, whatever your age. 40 prominent UK doctors and scientists have sounded the alarm. You can’t possibly know what to expect after you’ve had one of these jabs.