Vaccines Outlawed for Danish Kids; CDC Relaxes Covid Protocol

While the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has finally relaxed covid protocol after two years, the Danish government has outlawed vaccines for those under 18.

Recognizing that children and young people rarely get seriously ill, as of July 1, no Danish child can receive their first vaccine without express doctor approval. As of September 1, they will not be able to get a second.

The statement reads:

“Children and young people only very rarely become seriously ill from Covid-19 with the Omicron variant. Therefore, from 1 July, 2022, it will no longer be possible for children and young people under the age of 18 to get the first jab. And from 1 September, 2022, it will no longer be possible to get the second jab. Quite a few children with a particularly increased risk of serious course will have the option of vaccination after an individual assessment by a doctor.”

The United States falls far behind and many states still insist that children get vaccinated despite the incredibly low rate at which they contract a serious case of covid.

Fortunately, the CDC has made some necessary shifts in its protocol as an estimated 95% of Americans 16 and older have acquired some level of immunity. Many communities have already moved past the outdated CDC guidelines and instated their own protocol.

The CDC now says social distancing is no longer required, and neither is quarantining. It is no longer suggesting daily testing for school children.

It also withdrew its “test-to-stay” advice, which suggested that students exposed to covid could frequently test, rather than being quarantined at home, to continue attending school. 

Masks are no longer suggested except within high-risk zones. 

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