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 (

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 (

The mass hysteria continues.

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