via NY Post's Natalie O'Neill
The White House said Wednesday that the COVID-19 vaccine regime for kids younger than 4 years old will likely be three doses when it’s approved - and vowed to make millions more hard-to-find Pfizer anti-viral pills available in coming months.
Two clinical trials of the Pfizer vaccine on children ages 6 months to 2 years old, and ages 2 to 4 are underway, but the older group hasn’t yet met standards, White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said at a press conference.
“Dose and regimen for children 6 months to 24 months worked well, but it turned out the other group from 24 months to 4 years did not yet reach the level of non-inferiority, so the studies are continued,” Fauci said, referencing effectiveness standard comparison to adults.
“It looks like it will be a three-dose regimen. I don’t think we can predict when we will see it [approved],” he said - adding he can’t speak for the Food and Drug Administration.
“We need to be patient,” he said. “That’s why the system works. The FDA is very scrupulous in their ability and in their effort to make sure that, before something gets approved for any age, and especially with children … that they will be safe, and that they will be effective.”
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Meanwhile, we have this testimony from the Founder of American Frontline Nurses, Nicole Sirotek, RN, at the round table before Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson's 'COVID-19: A Second Opinion Panel' who admits flying out a vaccinated 10-year-old who'd suffered a heart attack, a day after vaccination. Take a listen: