Vaccine ‘Misinformation’ Is One of the Biggest Public Health Threats Says CDC Director

According to newly released data, very few American children are getting vaccinated.

CDC data shows that only 1.3 percent of eligible under five year olds have received one or two doses of the Covid vaccine.

New statistics released by the Kaiser Family Foundation on Friday, found that 28% of Americans opposed kindergarten vaccination requirements this summer, up from 16% in 2019.

The Gateway Pundit reports: the percentage of parents who said that they were opposed to mandatory vaccinations for schools rose to an even higher level. The percentage of parents who believe vaccination decisions should be left up to parents rose to 35% from 23% in 2019.

“That’s a pretty substantial change in three years,” said Lunna Lopes, a senior survey analyst for KFF’s Public Opinion and Survey Research team.

“It was the controversies and the climate of Covid vaccines and the vaccine mandates that had an impact,” Lopes said.

According to NBC News, tens of thousands of children in the United States have not yet been fully vaccinated against diseases like measles, chickenpox, and polio.

“Doctors’ appointments missed during the first years of Covid contributed to a dip in childhood vaccination rates, but it’s the onslaught of vaccine disinformation that continues to put young kids at risk for preventable death and disease, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, told NBC News.”

“As I think about the challenges that we have to public health, vaccine misinformation is among the biggest threats,” she said.

Due to the disinformation spewed by the CDC, they have ZERO credibility.

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