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South Carolina infant takes part in clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccinations for the youngest children



As a mother, Brannon Traxler wanted to protect her infant daughter against COVID-19.

As the public health director for the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Dr. Brannon Traxler was confident the vaccines were safe.

“I very much trust the process that these vaccine...

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  1. “…continue for several years” is right.
    If these were true vaccinations they would not already have plans for this child to receive an untold number of “booster” injections FOR LIFE.
    In for a penny , in for a pound .

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