FDA Admits Mistake: Babies and Children Given Double Dose of Moderna COVID Vaccine

The Defender reports: The FDA did not elaborate on how it visited the information on dosing mistakes. However, according to the advisory, the firm had “not recognized any safety threats associated with administration of the higher dosage in those 6 months through 11 years of age” and “no serious unfavorable occasions were recognized related to a dosing mistake for the vaccine.”

In an advisory released on November 1, the United States Food and Drug Administration stated it “has become aware that some doctor may not recognize that the single dosage vial of Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine (2023-2024 Formula) for use in individuals 6 months through 11 years of age contains more than 0.25 mL of the vaccine.”

” I worry about over-producing the spike protein and getting adverse effects,” Mumper said.

Mumper stated a child who receives more than the suggested quantity “will have more exposure to artificial modified RNA, lipid nanoparticles and possibly DNA plasmid contamination.”

Even with the proper dose, Mumper said, there is no guarantee that the baby or child will make the “ideal” quantity of spike protein to cause just the right amount of immune reaction.

Physician say that such an error could have very serious consequences.

They went on to say that some healthcare providers “may be withdrawing the entire contents of the vial to administer to a person.” Adults receive a dose of 0.50 mL.

Dr. Elizabeth Mumper, a pediatrician and president and CEO of The Rimland Center for Integrative Medicine, told The Defender she had concerns about the mistaken doses.

Children and babies may have mistakenly gotten double the licensed dose of Moderna’s so-called COVID-19 ‘vaccine’.

Dr. Renata Moon, also a pediatrician, told The Defender:

Vaccinators are instructed to draw no greater than one dosage from single-use vials and not to integrate the leftovers from one vial with those from another to develop a larger dose.

Mumper stated she called the Moderna helpline, as the package insert and FDA documents do not show the amount of vaccine in the vials. She stated Moderna told her, “There is overfill to assure sufficient volume, however there is no amount noted.”

The advisory advised doctor, moms and dads, and caregivers with questions to email the firm’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research at ocod@fda.hhs.gov.

The Moderna product is packaged in 4 main formats: a 0.25-milliliter pediatric single-dose vial, a 0.50-milliliter adult dose vial, a 0.50-milliliter prefilled syringe and a 2.5-milliliter vial containing five adult dosages (main or booster).

” The only appropriate dosage of this mRNA shot for kids is no dose. Kids shouldn’t be injected with it at all. We have an avalanche of extremely worrying information relating to the dangers of this item.

” Experienced, frontline physicians are being censored, silenced, and threatened for speaking up. Our nation’s kids should have much better.”

” Hopefully, nurses are conscientious about following the instructions to just offer 0.25 mL,” Mumper stated. “Administration mistakes vary depending on the setting or experience of the nurse or medical assistant.”

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