COVID-19 Care is all about getting everyone vaccinated, so let’s roll, say frontliners

“Not enough is being done to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to all souls aboard this listing ship called Earth,” says head of global NGO.

During a civil society video conferenced virtual meeting, led by Canadians and chaired from Singapore, a somewhat heated conversation rolled out into some strong resolutions for promoting universal vaccination against COVID-19.

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Since adults have failed to stop COVID-19 Pandemic, must we protect our species by saving the children? Will it come to that? Look at Florida and Texas.

“We must now put children ahead of adults in developing countries because the adults, at least in rich countries, by their own choice, are dying in large numbers during the course of their preventable SARS-CoV-2 infection. Developing nations need to protect their children,” said the CEO of The RINJ Foundation.

RINJ founding director Katie Alsop and the director of the CSPaC had been presenting research data as evidence that massive numbers of COVID-19 active cases, in the millions, were unvaccinated people in wealthier countries, who, according to Dr. Harris (CSPaC), “had the clear choice and opportunity to get vaccinated and wear a mask to prevent their illness, but did not.”

“In the United States where Donald Trump’s cultish-political-party politicians deliberately risk the lives of children heading back to school—for example in Texas and Florida where government has been trying to ban the wearing of masks in schools against the will of academia there— is bordering on criminal negligence,” said the RINJ CEO. “Thousands of children have been put into quarantine or became ill because of these reckless moves,” he added.

“These thugs are only able to find impunity for this crime because the United States has departed every international human rights treaty and child safety regime ever constructed by the international community,” notes a transcript of the delivery.

Once, some global human rights regimes were even led by the United States. Today the United States has completely abandoned global values and sustainable human development choosing instead a bizarre, self-destructive path.

Hundreds of doctors and nurses now agree, “COVID-19 Care is all about getting everyone vaccinated, so let’s roll.”
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. Subjects: Child (unidentifiable) is a four-year-old. Practitioners attending unidentified patient are Nassima al Amouri and Sharon Santiago. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Chart below shows immense growth in active COVID-19 cases at the epicenter of the pandemic: the United States of America.

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“The bad example set in Texas and Florida is spreading across the United States and around the world. American quasi-infanticide is encouraging despots around the world to behave in similar ways. Consequently, to a great extent, the sustainability of the human race is under threat even more than usual by despotic authoritarian leadership. You can’t create a morbid environment for children and expect the species to survive for long,” reads the transcript of the RINJ/CSPaC  CEO’s remarks.

Vaccines for children from 3 to 12 years of age are an immediate necessity. But the available doses for children 12 and up are not being administered, says global data.

Attendees were briefed on a newsworthy interview with BioNTech‘s Chief Medical Officer, Oezlem Tuereci.

The German pharmaceutical giant, BioNTech told Der Spiegel, “…we will file the results of our [vaccine] trials in five to 11 year olds with regulators across the world and will request approval of the vaccine in this age group, also here in Europe,” Chief Medical Officer Oezlem Tuereci “.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has urged caution meanwhile, saying that while it is now “permissible” for doctors to administer the vaccine off-label for kids ages 11 and younger, the AAP “strongly discourages that practice.”

BioNTech Vaccine was developed by Dr. Tuereci and her husband, Uğur Şahin

Dr. Oezlem Tuereci and her husband, Uğur Şahin, also a scientist, in January 2020, being concerned that an epidemic in China could become a pandemic decided, according to her biography, to apply the mRNA vaccine technology she and her scientist husband  had been researching for two decades, to developing a vaccine against the COVID-19 disease, which at the time was spreading in China. The vaccine is known as “BNT162b2”.

It is that vaccine (BNT162b2) which Pfizer is distributing for BioNtech in the USA and it is the BNT162b2 vaccine that Oezlem Tuereci has been testing on small children.

BioNTech Chief Medical Officer Oezlem Tuereci, BioNTech Chief Medical Officer Oezlem Tuereci, a woman scientist who wants little children vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Vaccines for developing nations, poor countries, and unrecognized countries.

The civil society virtual conference was also treated to a message from the head of the World Health Organization, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

“More than 5.7 billion doses [of the COVID-19 vaccine] have been administered globally, but only 2% of those have been administered in Africa. This doesn’t only hurt the people of Africa, it hurts all of us. The longer vaccine inequity persists, the more the virus will keep circulating and changing, the longer the social and economic disruption will continue, and the higher the chances that more variants will emerge that render vaccines less effective,” said Dr Tedros.

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Is wasting COVID-19 vaccine a crime against humanity when such waste causes thousands of people to die?
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