UNDER FIVES MAY HAVE TO WAIT
Experts question CDC's approval of COVID vaccines for under-5s because Pfizer study used just THREE children to prove it works and Moderna admits it is only 37% effective: 'We should just assume we don’t have efficacy data'
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday authorized Moderna Inc's and Pfizer's shot for children aged six months to five years old
On Saturday, a CDC panel voted unanimously to recommend vaccines for children as young as six months
That vote was later signed off by CDC Director Rochelle Walensky meaning a national rollout could begin next week
An infectious diseases expert, Dr. Sarah Long, said: 'We should just assume that we don't have efficacy data' regarding vaccine success in under fives
A Pfizer study used just three children while Moderna's study showed efficacy of just 37 percent in kids aged two through five
Pfizer-BioNTech's vaccine is approved for children aged six months to 4 years
President Joe Biden's administration plans to roll out the vaccines to the under-5 age groups after the Juneteenth holiday weekend for the aliterates. Seent it coming….