Publix grocery stores are reportedly not going to push or even offer Covid-19 vaccines for toddlers or babies.
The federal government's decision to clear the vaccines for emergency use in children has been met with criticism from many scientists who say the young--who stand almost zero chance of serious illness from Covid but may suffer vaccine side effects--do not need the shots. Further, CDC acknowledges the shots do not prevent infection or transmission as originally claimed.
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However, federal health officials claim the vaccines have proven to be safe, effective, and life-saving even for babies.
The Tampa Bay Times reported that Publix officials announced they would not be offering Covid-19 vaccines to children "at this time."
According to Medpage: "Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo has recommended against vaccinating healthy children, despite U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines that recommend the vaccines for everyone 6 months and older."
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