New York Times columnist would vaccinate his child to protect against an illness that he admits is difficult to quantify

When I started reading this story I thought it was going to be a possible turning point in the mass hysteria event known as COVID-19. I feel like Charlie Brown and the NYT is Lucy pulling away the football once again. David Leonhardt, New York Times extraordinaire, writes a column about how vaccinated elderly are more at risk and children are less at risk than previously thought of problems with COVID-19. Unvaccinated children are at less risk than vaccinated adults… by a lot. The risk to children is so small it can’t even be measured.

For children without a serious medical condition, the danger of severe Covid is so low as to be difficult to quantify. For children with such a condition, the danger is higher but still lower than many people believe. The risk of long Covid among children — a source of fear among many parents — also appears to be very low.

Covid and Age – The New York Times (nytimes.com)

Given everything he’s just written if you had kids how could you possibly expose them to the unknown risk of getting injected with an experiments mRNA injection? Maybe it’s a good thing he doesn’t have kids.

If I had young children, I would vaccinate them without hesitation. I have heard the same from multiple scientists, including those who understand why many parents are reluctant.

Covid and Age – The New York Times (nytimes.com)

The mass hysteria continues.

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