Parents of young children have taken a stand for the children against vaccines. This comes two months after the European Medicines Agency recommended that the coronavirus vaccine made by Pfizer-BioNTech be expanded to children 12 to 15.
In France, where the Government wants to expand the vaccination to children from 12 to 17, the French education minister prompted criticism this week for announcing that starting in September, unvaccinated students in that age group would be sent home from school if anyone in their class gets COVID-19.
Parents said this would create a two-tier education system and unfairly discriminate against children whose parents are anti-vaccine. Meanwhile, U.S President, President Joe Biden pressed the nation’s schools to hold at least one “pop-up vaccination clinic” for children aged 12 and older prior to the start of the academic year.
The pressure to get children vaccinated comes as the Biden administration’s plandemic strategy has been criticized for its confusion in its guidance requiring vaccinated Americans to wear masks at the same time it touts the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines.