Experimental Covid-19 Vaccine ‘double-dose’ Accidentally Given to Kids
Last weekend was a tough one for 14 kids in Antioch, CA. Their trusting parents brought them to the Sutter Delta Clinic to get an experimental Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 shot in children’s size, and that’s where healthcare professionals accidentally ‘super-sized’ them.
While the shot dose for 12 years and up is 30 micrograms, the recommended dose of the experimental vaccine for children from 5-11 years is a diluted potion of 10 micrograms. Instead, they received a double whammy of 20 micrograms. Apparently, the diluent shot volumes are not provided by Pfizer, but are re-mixed on administering sites from vials formally in circulation under the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization.
So far, parents of some of the kids report that they are suffering ‘’bad stomachaches.”1 According to the CDC, adverse ‘super-size’ shot reactions could also include fever, soreness, fatigue, and headaches. Hopefully, these will be the only adverse reactions to the ordeal, as long-term effects of the shot are still unknown.
[Editor’s Note: It is important to note that while the FDA issued an approval letter on August 23, 2021 for a Covid-19 vaccine, that vaccine was identified as COMIRNATY, which is as yet unavailable. Also, in the same letter, the FDA extended the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, which is the shot still being administered to date.]
1.“14 children in Antioch given wrong, high doses of COVID-19 vaccine at Sutter Delta clinic last weekend,” The Antioch Herald, accessed November, 18, 2021.https://antiochherald.com/2021/11/14-children-in-antioch-given-wrong-high-doses-of-covid-19-vaccine-at-sutter-delta-clinic-last-weekend/