“Germany will start offering coronavirus jabs to children over the age of 12 from June 7, Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced.” [Source: Medicalexpress.com]
Given the extremely rapid development of COVID-19 vaccines, and the resulting absence of long-term safety data for them, the decision to start vaccinating children in Germany is troubling, to say the least. Without long-term safety data it simply isn’t possible to say that these vaccines are safe.
Significantly, therefore, a recent survey found 23 percent of adults in Germany now say they definitely or probably won’t get vaccinated against COVID-19. This finding clearly demonstrates that, as in other countries, there is widespread public concern among German people over the safety of these new vaccines.
To learn about the health risks of COVID-19 vaccines, read the in-depth article on our website by Dr. Rath and Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki.