In September, Sweden announced that teens who weren’t “in certain vulnerable groups” were no longer eligible for COVID-19 shots. That same month, Britain rolled back its policy of vaccinating healthy children under 11.

The Danish Health Authority is restricting access to shots for Danes under 50. That’s right: Younger Danes are not free to take a booster.
And recently, Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo recommended against males age 18-39 getting mRNA COVID-19 vaccines due to concerns about clotting based on a Florida study.

What does this suggest about the “science” supposedly relied upon by the CDC and FDA? Would it be misinformation (and a crime per  California AB 2098) for a physician in that state to advise younger patients against getting jabbed, using these independent assessments to support his or her considered opinion?

Davis, California

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