Canadian journalist Donna Laframboise. Former National Post & Toronto Star columnist, past vice president of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. New posts: Mondays & Wednesdays.
CDC says there’s no data about COVID vaccines & nursing infants. But its own database records the death of a 5-month-old. From blood clots. 72 hours after his mother received her second shot of Pfizer.
In early March, I wrote about some of the individuals who died shortly after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine (see here and here). That information came from a public database run by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Only reports submitted by mid-February were available at that time. The tragic demise of an infant in mid-March hadn’t yet occurred.
The database now includes an entry known as VAERS event 1166062-1. It reports that a breastfeeding mother received her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine at her workplace on March 17th. By the next day, her five-month-old son had developed a rash and a fever. He’d stopped eating and was described as “inconsolable.”
After blood tests ordered by Emergency Room doctors found liver inflammation, the child was hospitalized. He died on March 20th – three days after his mother received the vaccine. His death was attributed to a disorder in which blood clots form throughout the body and then damage vital organs (thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura).
If you were a pregnant or breastfeeding woman you’d want to know about this, right?
But the CDC has chosen not to tell you. A page on that organization’s website makes no mention of this tragedy. Instead, it says the effect of COVID-19 vaccines on breastfeeding mothers hasn’t yet been studied. It says “there are no data available” concerning the safety of the vaccines for breastfeeding babies. It optimistically declares:
Based on how these vaccines work in the body, COVID-19 vaccines are thought not to be a risk to lactating people or their breastfeeding babies. [bold added]
That child’s demise is data.
Whatever happened to erring on the side of caution?
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