Health November 11, 2021 | 8:12 am

Dominican Gov. gets 1.3M Pfizer child doses

Santo Domingo.- The Minister of Public Health, Dr. Daniel Rivera, announced this Wednesday that the government has already made the pertinent negotiations to receive in March 2022 a shipment of Pfizer vaccines, specific to vaccinate children between the ages of 5 and 11 year old.

In a meeting with the press, where he was accompanied by Eladio Pérez, Vice Minister of Collective Health; Nicole Batlle, director of the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) and Ronald Skewes, director general of Epidemiology, the minister explained that the logistics and vaccination start date for this age range are still being developed.

“We are doing all the site studies. Perhaps they thought that the next day we were going to vaccinate, but remember that it is a special population. Perhaps it is being studied that it is better (to vaccinate) in the late afternoon or on weekends. We are looking at the logistics because we have to hire special personnel, share the support documentation and make a massive announcement of the campaign.”

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Johnny Doe
November 11, 2021 12:30 pm

The vaccine is 17 times more likely to harm a child in that age bracket than to protect them. Anyone with any medical common sense would know this, but the government is following marching orders from Washington and abroad, like good little puppets.

felix the cat
November 11, 2021 12:47 pm
Reply to  Johnny Doe

Oh shup up with that non-sense.

John D. Conor
November 11, 2021 1:19 pm
Reply to  felix the cat

The only one who have to shut his mouth here is you, he’s spitting out facts that even your fake covid cult science has backed up.