Pfizer Submits Coronavirus Vaccine Data for Kids Aged 5-11 to FDA

The problem that we’re facing is uh…

The kids are um…

The unvaccinated kids are giving the coronavirus… to the vaccinated old people…

Because, uh… even though the ummm…

Even though the vaccine works it’s uhh…

It stops working if someone else isn’t vaccinated.

So we have to vaccinate babies in order to keep babies from infecting old people who then will die from the deadly virus.

If one in 1,000 children die from the vaccine, that’s really insignificant, and we have to do it to save vaccinated old people.


Pfizer and BioNTech said Tuesday they have submitted Covid-19 vaccine data on children ages 5 to 11 to the US Food and Drug Administration for initial review, but are not yet seeking emergency use authorization.

A formal submission to request EUA for the vaccine is expected to follow in the coming weeks, the companies said in a statement.

Submissions to the European Medicines Agency and other regulatory authorities are also planned, they said.

This is the first submission of data to the FDA for a Covid-19 vaccine for younger children. The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is approved for people age 16 and older and has an EUA for people ages 12 to 15.

Following the announcement from Pfizer and BioNTech on Tuesday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said hopefully vaccines can go into arms by the end of October.

The FDA takes very seriously the importance of getting vaccines shown to be safe and effective in children to getting it into the arms of children, in this case children from eleven down to five,” Fauci said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Tuesday. “The FDA, you never want to get ahead of their judgement, but I would imagine in the next few weeks, they will examine that data and hopefully they’ll give the OK so that we could start vaccinating children, hopefully before the end of October.”

Data on the immune response and safety for two more age groups — children ages 2 to 5 and 6 months to 2 years — are expected “as soon as the fourth quarter of this year,” Pfizer and BioNTech said Tuesday.

An anonymous source has leaked most of the submitted data: “we injected the kids with the thing and after a few months, they appear to be mostly okay.”

Do these “science” people even understand the concept of time?

Imagine that people doing the equivalent of making people ingest the contents of a mysterious vial, counting “one, two, three,” and then saying “well, it looks like the substance is safe” are calling themselves scientists.

Do all poisons take the same time to kill?

How are these buffoons still getting away with repeating their “safe and effective” mantra?