The headline story in The Age today was, “Jab blitz to target city’s north, west”. And this is what it said right there on that front page.
Victorians [not women, but Victorians] who are more than 24 weeks pregnant will now be able to get priority access at state-run vaccine hubs.
Not only are they allowing it, they are recommending these vaxxations. There is, of course, also this to consider: Former Pfizer VP urges pregnant, childbearing age women not to get COVID vaccine; CDC disagrees. The date on this article is August 12, and this is what it says:
A former Pfizer executive recently advised that women of childbearing age and those who are already pregnant should consider opting out of taking the COVID-19 vaccine, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said this week that the vaccines are safe and don’t show an increased risk of miscarriage….
Last Wednesday, Michael Yeadon, who served as vice president and chief scientist for allergy and respiratory at Pfizer until 2011, raised some concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines use on pregnant and childbearing age women during Life Site News’ “Stop the Shot” conference, where he was one of the speakers.
“We never, ever give experimental medicines to pregnant women,” said Yeadon, Ph.D., in a presentation.
The pregnant people must all be well below the age where covid danger reaches its peak level. We might know a decade from now which was the actual answer. Meantime, it seems prudent, to say the least, not to give experimental medicines to pregnant women.
PLUS NOW THIS: ‘After a lot of prayer and deliberation,’ veteran ESPN reporter Allison Williams quits over company’s vaccine mandate.
“Williams revealed that the reason she is hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine is because she is attempting to have a second child.”
She obviously hasn’t seen the latest CDC Report, but may have seen many other things instead.