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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency authorization for Pfizer “booster” injections in young children ages 12-15.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted emergency authorization for Pfizer “booster” injections in young children ages 12-15.

Mainstream media reports allege that the newly discovered Omicron coronavirus variant has been “spreading rapidly among younger people in the U.S.”

Ironically, the data suggesting such allegations comes from NBC News itself, and the outlet even admits that pediatric patients are being hospitalized with what they describe as “suspected Covid.”

“The omicron variant is spreading rapidly among younger people in the U.S. According to NBC News data, the country set a record Sunday for total pediatric patients hospitalized with confirmed and suspected Covid, pointing to the need for young teens to be vaccinated,” reported NBC News.

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It is possible that experts are, unintentionally, conflating new “suspected Covid” cases with other mild infections, such as the common cold.

National File previously reported that researchers based in Cambridge, Massachusetts found that the new strain appears to share genetic code with the virus responsible for causing the common cold – potentially explaining why the Omicron variant seems to spread easily with extremely mild symptoms.

Even if NBC’s Omicron “data” proves to be verifiable, it still remains unclear as to why such data would suggest that young teens need to be injected with the controversial covid vaccines, given that they are unable to prevent individuals from catching or spreading the virus.

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Further, data from western governments all over the world suggest that the Omicron variant overwhelmingly infects vaccinated people.

In Denmark, nearly 90% of Omicron cases were found in “fully vaccinated” or “boosted” individuals, according to a report from the Danish Ministry of Health’s Statens Serum Institut (SSI).

According to data from the German government, 96% of new Omicron coronavirus patients were apparently “fully vaccinated,” while unvaccinated people accounted for only 4% of the infections.

The FDA emergency authorization of the Pfizer “booster” injections for children ages 12-15 in the U.S. comes on the heels of news that Biden regime Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced that he was infected by COVID-19 despite donning a mask, face shield, and being injected with the vaccines three times.

It appears that a mask, face shield, and three injections of the COVID-19 vaccines were not sufficient to prevent Biden regime Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin from being infected with the coronavirus.

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“I tested positive this morning for COVID-19. I requested the test today after exhibiting symptoms while at home on leave,” Austin said in a statement late Sunday. “My symptoms are mild, and I am following my physician’s directions.”

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