(AbsoluteNews.com) – Beginning August 20, San Francisco mandated that people 12 years and older show proof of vaccination to enter a select set of indoor establishments. Now that the FDA authorized the emergency use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for kids 5 to 11, the California city intends to extend that requirement to children. Although officials will give parents time to vaccinate their little ones, the grace period will likely only last about eight weeks, and many think the pending policy is outrageous.
In #SanFrancisco children between the ages of 5 and 11 have to prove who they are to get a #vaccine so they can enter a building, but #illegalaliens can now permanently #vote when many can’t prove like an American or a lawfully present person who they are. Makes sense.
— David Webb (@davidwebbshow) November 4, 2021
Frustrated parents are already unsure whether they will give their children the vaccine, and this mandate would make it difficult or impossible to go out as a family if they were to opt out. They say the risk versus benefit analysis doesn’t show that all kids within that age group even need the vaccine, and experts agree. Dr. Houman Hemmati said there may be no medical need for such a low-risk population that total less than 0.1% of all COVID deaths in the United States.
In addition, a recent US census on the subject showed 69% of parents have concerns about the coronavirus inoculation, while 24% question whether kids need it at all. Although the mandate wouldn’t require children to show identification along with a vaccine card for entry into a venue in San Francisco, the requirement is akin to forced vaccination, taking away freedom of choice for some of the youngest among us.
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