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Fla. Top Doc Shrugs Off CDC’s Vote to Shield Vaxx Producers

'Thanks to @GovRonDeSantis, COVID mandates are NOT allowed in FL, NOT pushed into schools, & I continue to recommend against them for healthy kids... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moves to make the COVID jab a normal part of the pediatric immunization schedule, Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo has said that Florida will not follow any federal guidance.

Ladapo made his announcement in a recent Tweet, citing his partnership with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as the primary reason children could be saved the potential danger of the vax, The Washington Post reported.

“Regardless of what @CDCgov votes tomorrow on whether COVID-19 vax are added to routine child immunizations – nothing changes in FL,” he wrote.

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“Thanks to @GovRonDeSantis, COVID mandates are NOT allowed in FL, NOT pushed into schools, & I continue to recommend against them for healthy kids.”

Ladapo was responding the the CDC’s recent announcement that it will hold a show vote to decide whether or not it will enforce the COVID jab as a part of children’s immunization schedules on an annual basis.

According to the CDC schedule, the jab must be voted upon by a committee to determine that it is fit for annual usage:

“For a vaccine to be covered, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention must recommend the category of vaccine for routine administration to children or pregnant women, and it must be subject to an excise tax by federal law.”

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The news likely has Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and his Big Pharma comrades licking their chops at the prospects of federally recommended annual booster shots with their innovative mRNA jab.

The 2021 “Business CEO of the Year”–who labelled jab skeptics criminals–previously noted that he would take advantage of Pfizer’s good public image to increase profits.

“Pfizer did a lot of good [for] humanity and we are very, very proud of it,” Bourla said. “Not only were we able to save so many lives … but we are enjoying high levels of corporate reputation right now. People like us.”

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