Governor Walz' Dept of Health is 'Urging' Parents to Give Babies Experimental Shot

Governor Walz' Department of Health (MDH) is "urging" parents of children as young as 6 months old, to get the experimental COVID shot. As we reported in October, the FDA and CDC officially made the recommendation to add the experimental COVID vaccine on the 2023 child immunization schedule.

For Minnesota to mandate the experimental jab, either the legislature (now controlled by Democrats) can vote to add it to the official MN immunization schedule or the Commissioner of Health may implement it. If adopted, it would require all children who attend school, public or private, to get the shot. 

Last summer, data from MDH showed that only 5% of children between 6 months and 4 years old had received their first jab. Parents appear to be skeptical of the necessity to vaccinate their young children with the experimental vaccine when severe COVID cases for them are extremely rare.

Data from MDH's website states that only 16.9% of children from 6 months to 5 years old got one dose. When counting all doses, which MDH considers "up to date," only 4.3% of that age group is vaccinated. And those children's parents, which are measured in the age group of 18-49, are also no longer getting their boosters. Only 12.9% in that age group are categorized as "up to date."

Mounting data suggests there are under reported risks associated with the jab, like higher cases of myocarditis or blood clots that lead to serious health issues. Minnesota has these stories that the mainstream corporate media refuses to discuss. Here's a recent episode of our show where we interview a woman who was injured from the COVID vaccine:

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  • Jake Duesenberg
    published this page in News 2022-12-13 11:41:20 -0600