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South Africa roll out Covid-19 vaccine shots to 12 and 17 year old children.

Health Minister Joe Phaahla says they’re ready to roll out COVID-19 vaccines to the cohort 12 - 17 year old and the Pfizer coronavirus jab will be used for this group. Joe Phaahla says this service will start on the 20th of October to allow for the necessary preparations on the EVDS registration system and also other logistical preparations.

Joe Phaahla says this rare finding of this adverse effect is slight inflammation of the heart muscle which has been noticed in a few cases. Joe Phaahla says the MAC advised that for now only one dose of the Pfizer vaccine be administered, “while assessing information which suggest in few cases all over the world there has been some short-lived cases of myocarditis after the 2nd dose. While awaiting more data, only one shot will be given to this group. Joe Phaahla says at this stage there’s no indication that the first dose has any serious side-effects.

Joe Phaahla says this follows a recommendation from the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Vaccination, which was also supported by Cabinet and Health MEC’s when they met earlier this week.

Let's pause and reflect on the infection and mortality rates within that age group before administering "experimental vaccines" that will have adverse effects on our future generation. Will the department provide legal fees for the principal and the school when they’re being sued by parents who did not give consent? I know I would definitely sue them for their last cent.

Strange when all other injections and medications administered at schools require that parents sign a consent form. What’s so special about this one to give children such authority of choosing not to inform their parents to get vaccinated.

All laws have been broken since the inception of these Covid vaccines, I wonder where we heading to. These changes in medical policies will affect many things in our lives.



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