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USVI offering Moderna & Pfizer shots for children as young as 6 mths

The Government of the US Virgin Islands (USVI) has authorised the use of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for use on children as young as six months old. Photo:

FREDERIKSTED, St Croix, USVI- The Government of the US Virgin Islands (USVI) has authorised the use of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for use on children as young as six months old.

Territorial Epidemiologist Dr Esther Ellis made the announcement on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, during the Bryan administration's weekly press briefing. She described it as “exciting news," and said the Pfizer vaccine will be offered as a “three-dose primary series” for children between six months and four years old, while the Moderna vaccine has been authorized for children from six months up to five years old and will be administered as a two-dose primary series.

“As of today, anyone six months or older can now get vaccinated,” Dr Ellis said.

FDA approved

The territory’s move follows the decision by the US Food and Drug Administration last Friday to amend the emergency use authorisation for these vaccines to include children as young as six months.

The agency said that “the known and potential benefits of the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccines outweigh the known and potential risks in the pediatric populations authorized for use for each vaccine”.

The vaccines for children are available on Fridays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Community Vaccination Center at the Charles Harwood Memorial Complex on St Croix, and on St Thomas at the Maternal and Child Health Clinic on Tuesdays and Fridays, during the same hours.

Parents and guardians must bring along I.D. for themselves and the birth certificate of the child they want vaccinated. 

Children five to 17 years old are already receiving the two-dose primary series of Pfizer or Moderna.

Covid-19 Data & Testing Schedule

Of the 184 active Covid-19 cases territory-wide, 134 were recorded on St. Croix, 49 on St Thomas and 1 on St John. Four people were hospitalised as of Tuesday (three on St Croix and one on St Thomas).

The schedule for Covid-19 testing on St Thomas has changed slightly and beginning today drive-thru testing at the Schneider Regional Medical Center will no longer be available on Wednesdays. Testing will continue to take place on the other weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

In addition, beginning Tuesday, June 21, the public must visit the community health clinic adjacent to the Schneider Regional Medical Center via the first-floor main lobby entrance.

Dr Ellis said the new schedule is being adopted so that the limited number of  Department of Health personnel available may continue to provide routine once-a-week testing and vaccine services on the island of St John.

7 Responses to “USVI offering Moderna & Pfizer shots for children as young as 6 mths”

  • Teacher (22/06/2022, 17:32) Like (0) Dislike (6) Reply
    They are alwsys ahead of tge bvi
  • Madussa (22/06/2022, 21:32) Like (57) Dislike (0) Reply
    Oh HELL No! This unknown crap they will put in your babies will either deform or kill them. You parents have to wake up and STOP sacrificing your children as their guinea pigs. 6-month-old babies already have a weak immune system, so you are not even giving them a chance to grow their own immune system before you are shooting this poison into them. You prepare yourselves to raising or burying deformed children for the rest of your lives. When will this STOP? They said 5 years old was too young before, now it's give them the poison as soon as they are born. They are really making sure they will reduce the population faster since people are not dying quick enough for them. NEW WORLD ORDER!!!
  • Glen (23/06/2022, 18:28) Like (37) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is totally INSANE! Now they want to kill our children? What in the hell kind of GENOCIDE are you parents going to allow? If your child dies or has severe congenital disabilities after you let them do this, you deserve no sympathy. Remember, they have you sign a waiver that you will not sue them, in case you don't read the entire form. Planned GENOCIDE!
  • Woiiii (23/06/2022, 22:32) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is Ludacris. Puppets on strings like the movie
  • Disgusted (24/06/2022, 04:50) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Denmark’s Director of the National Board of Health, Søren Brostrøm : ‘’IT WAS A MISTAKE TO VACCINATE CHILDREN’’

    From mid-July last year, 12-15-year-old children in Denmark were injected with COVID experimental vaccines. In November, the 5-11-year-olds were also recommended to be lined up and injected.

    But now the director of the National Board of Health, Søren Brostrøm, has admitted it WAS A MISTAKE TO VACCINATE CHILDREN.

    ‘’Mistake’’ - What BS.

    The injection of children with experimental agents was not a ‘’mistake’’ - it was an abandonment of centuries of learning ”the precautionary principle’’ and a crime against humanity - pushed by a insane cult and the criminal COVID cartel.

    The health and fertility issues these children will face breaks my heart. ????
  • Expression (25/06/2022, 21:42) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Can someone tell me why all Down Syndrome babies look alike? It got to be something they give parents or inject in the fetus. Stop these Eugenics Theorists from messing with the children.

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