10. Covid vaccines do not prevent spread or transmission
The early trial data suggested that they reduce the risk of hospitalisation and death from Covid. However, children are not at a significant risk of either, therefore the vaccines have no substantial benefit for them. 
Whilst vaccines can reduce the severity of symptoms for a short period, they actually increase the chances of becoming infected and infecting others in the first 1-2 weeks after each dose. The subsequent protection they offer starts to decline after about two months, therefore regular boosters are required indefinitely, until natural immunity is acquired. 
Israel is currently recommending a fourth dose within just one year.
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It’s safer to wait