Why COVID-19 Vaccine for Children has Parents, Experts Concerned; How Denmark’s Doing it Better: Feat. Dr. Tracy Høeg

Brendon Fallon
By Brendon Fallon
October 29, 2021Wide Angle

On Oct. 26, an outside panel advising the FDA recommended the Pfizer vaccine for children aged 5 to 11. Pfizer said on Oct. 28 they expect to deliver 50 million more doses of their vaccine to the U.S. government by the end of April to meet the expected quota for children’s vaccinations.

Physician, epidemiologist, and mother of four children, Dr. Tracy Hoeg, gives her view on the need for and safety of vaccinating children against COVID-19; the potential for mandates to follow; and how the U.S. COVID-19 response stacks up against what Denmark is doing.

“Here it just feels like people are trying to sell a scary story and I think it’s taken a toll. It’s had a psychiatric effect on the American people to the extent that, like now … we’re even more strict about masking kids in schools.”

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