The ruling class’s plan to vaccinate the world is well underway. Children ages 5-11 are next in line to get the shots as they say their program will be running “at full strength” starting Monday, November 8th.
White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Jeff Zients said during a virtual White House briefing Monday that the next phase of the ruling class’s agenda, which includes injecting every single human on this planet with an experimental gene therapy shot, will descend upon our children.
“While vaccinations may start later this week, the program will still be ramping up to its full strength, with millions more doses packed, shipped, and delivered and thousands of additional sites coming online each day,” Zients said, noting that 15 million child-sized doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine already are being moved from Pfizer’s freezers and facilities to distribution centers.
“So, starting the week of November 8, the kids’ vaccination program will be fully up and running,” Zients said according to a report by CNN. “Parents will be able to schedule appointments at convenient sites they know and trust to get their kids vaccinated. And the number of sites will continue to increase throughout the month as more vaccine sites open their doors to administer vaccine.”
Pfizer’s vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 received emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration on Friday, and the CDC’s vaccine advisers meet Tuesday to consider whether to recommend its use in that age group. Shots can be administered after CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky signs off on the recommendation.
Pfizer’s vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 is not only reformulated at one-third the dose, but re-packaged — with a new orange top, so it will be difficult to mix up with the adult vaccine. –CNN
The Biden administration has already ensured that there are enough vaccines to vaccinate the 28 million children ages 5 to 11 who are eligible for vaccination and will help equip more than 25,000 pediatric and primary care offices, hundreds of community health centers, and rural health clinics as well as tens of thousands of pharmacies to administer the shots, according to the White House.
We still are pondering why the supply chain issues are not affecting syringes or “vaccine” supply. They seem to have plenty of truckers available to deliver these shots to everyone on the Earth, but they can’t get food to some grocery stores. Has anyone else wondered about that as well?