THese people are sick.
San Francisco will require children as young as 5-years-old to show proof of the experimental COVID vaccine to enter indoor venues.
Pfizer was given the go-ahead this week from the CDC to give the experimental COVID vaccine to children.
Children have a greater chance of drowning, dying in a car wreck or dying from the flu than from the coronavirus.
Children are not forced to take the flu vaccine.
More children in Chicago have been shot this year than died from the coronavirus across the country.
The Nation.lk reported:
Children aged five to 11 will be forced to prove they are vaccinated if they want to enter restaurants and entertainment venues.
The progressive city became the first in the country to impose strict vaccine mandates for indoor venues in August for all children and adults over 12.
City officials plan to extend such requirements to children as young as five and made the announcement at a town hall meeting Tuesday, the same day the CDC granted emergency approval for that age group to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech shot.
San Francisco Health Officer Susan Philip said the city would give children roughly two months to get fully vaccinated before they must show their vaccination passports or be turned away from local establishments.
San Francisco plans to mandate children aged 5 to 11 show proof of vaccination to enter indoor venues. San Francisco Health Officer Susan Philip made the announcement at a town hall meeting via Zoom on Tuesday
City officials made the announcement the same day the CDC granted emergency approval of the PFizer-BioNTech for that age group. Above, a child received the shot Wednesday in Los Angeles
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