RSV RIP?

Let’s start at the top. What exactly is RSV?

Well, according to the UK Health Security Agency, Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is an enveloped RNA virus, in the same family as the human parainfluenza viruses and mumps and measles viruses. RSV is one of the common viruses that cause coughs and colds in winter. Like other seasonal coughs, colds and flu, RSV is usually most prevalent in the UK between October and March each year.

RSV can also cause more severe infections such as bronchiolitis, an inflammation of the small airways in the lung, and pneumonia, an infection of the lungs. It is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia in children younger than 1 year of age.

Here in the UK, RSV is making headlines.

“Parents are being warned about a dangerous virus after new data revealed a surge in the number of children hospitalised with the disease in the last week. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) has already led to the deaths of thousands of children under five worldwide, medics have said. Not only have cases risen sharply, but hospitalisations have also soared, the UK Health Security Agency said. The virus usually causes cold-like symptoms and in a normal year leads to 20,000 hospitalisations of under-ones in the UK.”

Across in the States, Babies and pre school-aged children are coming down with the flu, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), parainfluenza viruses, adenoviruses, rhinoviruses and enteroviruses in ways never before imagined, Behrens and other infectious diseases experts said.

“We see kids where, when we do the nasal swab, not only do they test positive for influenza, but they may have RSV or enterovirus or adenovirus at the same time,” said Dr. Mark Kline.

So, we are seeing a global surge in RSV infections amongst the very young. Why might this be?

In the clinical trials for the mRNA vaccines, children who received the vaccine experienced higher rates of RSV than those receiving the placebo. And in Pfizer’s pediatric Covid-19 vaccine trial, RSV was listed as one of the serious adverse events among children receiving this vaccine. This is the crucial point. They KNOW that the Covid vaccines can cause RSV.

Despite the importance of surveilling RSV post-authorization, no one in authority seems to be drawing a connection between the increase in RSV and the Covid-19 vaccines being ruthlessly administered to children. 

And if you thought that was bad, the CDC just issued an “Official Health Advisory” about the increase of RSV and respiratory virus cases and, in it, the CDC recommends all individuals 6 months and up receive an influenza vaccine and a Covid-19 vaccine!  So, in order to deal with issue of RSV in children, a noted side effect of Covid 19 vaccination, the CDC wants to ensure that the children get more of the vaccine that can cause it.

It’s almost as if they WANT to damage our children. Now why might that be?

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