This comes right after a challenge in the High Court by NZ Lawyer Sue Grey highlighting the fact that approval for the experimental CV VX was only ever for a limited number of people. That ‘limited number’, the government has claimed in their own defense, was NZ’s entire population excluding children and teens. Note, the NZ Govt has already purchased enough of Pfizer’s product to jab the entire population of NZ.
With this announcement there are some things parents need to be aware of (aside from familiarizing themselves with all of the possible side effects). (Visit these two NZ websites for further info on those, here and here).
The plan is for late in Term 3. The official NZ term dates are as follows:
Term 3 begins Monday 26 July, ends Friday 1 October.
Note also it’s been said that numbers of adverse reactions on CARM, NZ’s site for documenting those, won’t be available until July. (Unlike the US’s VAERS which presents figures as they unfold).
RNZ reports on Bloomfield’s plans for your children:
“The Ministry of Health is looking at launching a school-based programme for teenagers to get their Covid-19 vaccinations from the end of term 3.
Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said once the Pfizer vaccine was approved for 12 to 15-year-olds, that group would be added to the programme and would be vaccinated by the end of the year.”
Should you decide, no you do not consent for your child to have the medical treatment offered (it is not mandatory) consider the following two posts that detail for one that historically in NZ young people have been known to experience coercion from health workers at their schools to take vaccines, and two, WHO now considers your child’s presence at school as informed consent to vaccinate them: it’s called ‘implied consent. See links below. Never before has it been so crucial that parents study the literature carefully about risks versus benefits of vaccines in general, and in particular this experimental injection.
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