On June 17, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted emergency authorization (EUA) for Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” to be injected into babies as young as six months old.
Previously, only children five years of age and older were allowed to get jabbed, and only with the Pfizer injection, while people 18 years of age and older were allowed to take Moderna. Now, infants can have their DNA permanently destroyed with either brand, thanks to the FDA.
The announcement came just two days after an FDA advisory panel comprised of “independent experts” voted unanimously to allow the regulator to emergency authorize the shots for this new age demographic.
“Authorization has a lower evidentiary bar than approval, and is only possible because U.S. authorities have maintained a COVID-19 emergency designation despite cases, hospitalizations, and deaths linked to the disease plunging since the metrics hit fresh peaks in January,” reports The Epoch Times.