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Covid mRNA vaccines are about to be rolled out to ‘high risk’ 0-4s in the UK.
But do they need it and what are the risks?
Read HART’s overview of the data here.
The World Health Organization’s annual World Immunization Week is taking place from 24-30 April 2023.
Read our statement regarding it here.
Covid vaccines and pregnancy – what do we know?
Our latest leaflet outlines what we know (and don’t know) about Covid vaccines and pregnancy. Can they really be considered ‘safe and effective’ for expectant mothers?
View and download leaflet
View our ‘Covid-19 Vaccines & Pregnancy’ info page here
The World Council For Health, in collaboration with Safer To Wait, has launched the international Safer To Wait campaign. Our goal is to “empower parents to make safe and healthy choices for their children and babies.”
Dr Clare Craig outlines why EUA for C19 vaccines should NOT have been granted for 0-5 year olds, based on the trial results Pfizer presented.
We all want to keep our children safe.
When it comes to medical treatments, the benefits must outweigh the risks.
We must not rush any decision that affects our children’s health – especially when that decision is irreversible.
Here are 10 reasons why, when it comes to Covid-19 vaccination for children, it’s safer to wait:
1. Children are at extremely low risk from Covid-19
2. They are not drivers of transmission
3. The vaccines use completely new technologies
6. The vaccine manufacturers have zero liability
8. There are safe and effective treatments for Covid-19
9. Past emergency use vaccines have caused harm
10. The Covid vaccines do not prevent spread or transmission
10. Covid vaccines do not prevent spread or transmission
It’s safer to wait