Children and young people have never been in danger from Corona (neither ever before nor at the present time).The risk groups have been vaccinated. Those who want to protect themselves can get vaccinated.
The lives of children and young people have been drastically restricted in order to protect the older population. The children and young people in this country have done their required and demanded of share of solidarity.
Now the older people are required to show their share of solidarity for the young people. Children and adolescents must finally be given a carefree development.
The risk of young people getting seriously ill with Corona is extremely low, which is precisely why any higher risk from a vaccination must be excluded. Unfortunately there is no guarantee given in that case. The vaccination is a completely novel physical procedure which is only in the study phase and whose consequences no one can really judge.
Children are our future. They have to be protected.
* Children and adolescents are generally not affected by Corona.
* The vaccination does not prevent infections.
* The vaccination does not prevent the virus from being passed on.
*The vaccination is only intended to prevent a severe course of illness.
*Children and adolescents do not generally have a severe course of the disease if they should fall ill.
But: Children are particularly at risk from vaccine damage!
On 21 April 2021, a statement was published by the German Society for Paediatric Infectiology (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Pädiatrische Infektiologie [DGPI]) and the German Society for Hospital Hygiene (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Krankenhaushygiene [DGKH]). It says:
„From the beginning of the pandemic it has been observed that only about 1200 children and adolescents out of the approximately 14 million young people in Germany had to be treated in hospital with a SARS-CoV-2-infection. That should be reason enough to relieve parents of the excessive worries that a severe course of the disease will develop in their children.
In the 2018/2019 season, according to the RKI, a total of 7461 children under 14 years of age were reported as hospitalised with influenza, and 9 children died.
According to the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, the number of children killed in road accidents in 2019 amounted to 55, and according to the DLRG, the number of drowned children was around 25. These figures should not and must not in any way be set off against each other, but may help to put them into perspective.“
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