Federal Researchers: COVID Jabs Are Causing Seizures in Young Children

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Kids between the ages of 2 and 5 have a greatly elevated risk of falling into seizures and convulsions within one week of receiving the newest COVID-19 booster shot. Scientists at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) noticed the massive safety signal in insurance industry databases and quietly published the findings earlier this week. Amazingly, the FDA has not put out any kind of warning about this for parents about this yet. The administration is still claiming that the shots are safe for young children.

The data shows that 1 in 2,500 children suffer seizures within a week of receiving the latest booster jab. Older kids also face a higher risk of seizures from the shots, although the study doesn’t quantify the risk.

For kids receiving the Pfizer vaccine, the elevated risk happened among 2- to 4-year-olds. For the Moderna vaccine, it impacted 2- to 5-year-olds. The two companies use different dosage levels with different age limits for young kids.

Most Americans don’t realize that the US is the only country on earth that is jabbing kids 5 and under. Most other countries won’t even make the dangerous mRNA shots available to kids or even healthy adults at this point. They’ll only allow adults to get the shots if they face some sort of extreme, proven health risk from COVID, which has turned out to not be very dangerous for most people by this point.

Researchers only tracked the risk of seizures for the first week after the kids were jabbed. The greatest risk of seizures appears to happen within the first 24 hours of injection, which suggests the seizures are directly related to the jabs.

Both the CDC and the FDA are still recommending that parents have their kids get these shots, and insist that they are “safe and effective” despite all evidence to the contrary.