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CDC’s Vaccine Vote May Clash With Florida Policy

If the CDC votes to include COVID-19 vaccines in the regular vaccination schedule for children, it will go counter to Florida’s policy of not even recommending the substances be injected into healthy kids.

Florida is the only state that refused to order vaccines for children, and DeSantis has said that the Sunshine State will never mandate vaccines for kids, but rather leave this decision up to parents.

Now, this may clash with the federal government if the CDC votes to include COVID-19 vaccines in the regular childhood vaccine schedule. The vote takes place tomorrow, Wednesday.

“We know – and the data is very clear at this point – that COVID vaxxes are not preventing infection. Gibraltar, the most vaccinated country on Earth, they just locked down their Christmas celebrations. Ireland has 90-plus percent adults vaccinated, they’re re-imposing restrictions […] to say that it should be mandated when you can still get it… this is a personal choice,” Governor DeSantis said at a press conference last November.


Since then, Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo has been vocal in his objections against injecting healthy children with the experimental substances. “The Florida Department of Health is going to be the first state to officially recommend against the COVID-19 vaccines for healthy children,” he said at a panel discussion in March.

Today, Ladapo tweeted: ​​"Regardless of what @CDCgov votes tomorrow on whether COVID-19 vax are added to routine child immunizations - nothing changes in FL.

Thanks to @GovRonDeSantis, COVID mandates are NOT allowed in FL, NOT pushed into schools, & I continue to recommend against them for healthy kids.”


Renowned cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough and his colleagues Dr. Harvey Risch, Dr. Richard Amerling and Dr. Heather Gessling have provided a sharply worded statement to The Florida Standard regarding the upcoming CDC vote:

“We vehemently oppose addition of COVID ‘vaccines’ to the childhood schedule. Risk to children of death or serious morbidity from COVID is effectively zero, much lower than the risk of a vaccine injury. Such events include myocarditis, which can present as sudden death. Addition of these still experimental gene products to the childhood schedule would be an unprecedented act of malfeasance that will be prosecuted under a future administration,” the doctors write.


Governments all over the world have spent astronomical amounts – hundreds of billions of dollars – on purchasing COVID vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna in particular. But the effectiveness and safety profile of the injections are now severely being called into question.

Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, has been accused of negotiating a vaccine deal worth $73 billion with Pfizer via private text messages – and signing an agreement with the drug maker which is being kept secret from members of the European Parliament and auditors. The European Public Prosecutor’s Office has opened an investigation into possible corruption in relation to this deal.