The Hudson County Vaccine Task Force will begin offering the COVID-19 vaccine to children six months and older starting tomorrow.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“The CDC’s approval of vaccines for children six months and older is a huge step forward in our fight to stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep Hudson County healthy,” Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise said in a statement.
“Our Vaccine Task Force has had great success in getting older kids vaccinated, and we are ready to hit the ground running to make sure that we are able to vaccinate as many children in this newly eligible age group as possible.”
County officials are urging parents of kids six months and older to bring them in as soon as possible to get vaccinated, and to get boosted themselves if they haven’t done so.
Parents seeking to make an appointment or just further information can visit the vaccine task force website.
“It is so important that parents of newly eligible children bring them in to get vaccinated,” added Hudson Regional Health Commission Executive Director Carrie Nawrocki.
“As Hudson County continues to work to make the transition back to in-person learning and work, getting our community’s young people protected will make a big difference in ensuring that we are able to keep everyone healthy and stop the spread of COVID-19.”
The Hudson County Vaccine Distribution Center is also continuing to offer free vaccines and booster shots to all eligible groups at the USS Juneau Center in Kearny.
There is no scientific basis to experiment on children. The children are naturally immune and the vast majority already had COVID. They don’t need to be guinea pigs and moneymaking machines for Big Pharma. This is absolutely criminal.
Latest study shows the damage to sperm and to call it temporary is limited only due to time in the study. The damage continues growing and there is no benefit to these poor children being used. Where else in the world are children being experimented on like this?
An absolute disgrace.