April 29, 2022

The US Food and Drug Administration announced that full approval will be granted to Remdesivir, a COVID-19 drug to treat babies and children aged 28 days and older. Reports show that Remdesivir causes severe side effects that includean dysfunction, septic shock and kidney and liver damage. While other COVID-19 treatments have received emergency use authorization for children younger than 12, Remdesivir, marketed under the name Veklury by Gilead Sciences, is the first to receive full FDA approval.

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  1. I am begging the parents of these little ones do not give them those needles don’t and if you’re hell bent on doing it just wait a little bit longer okay see how things are playing out cuz right now everything’s coming to the front and you don’t want that to be a decision that you wish you never made
    Babies have a great deal of anti-immunities when they’re born cuz they get it from Mom now that all being said of course you can wait a little while before you decide to give him that needle and quite frankly I would really if I were you if my kids were babies again I would wait there’s no big rush to get it done I would wait a couple months see how things play out because right now we don’t even know what’s going on okay or I mean we do have an idea but this is as I said just please just hold off for a little bit and if you still feel that you want your child to have this needle and I you know do what you got to do but take care of the little ones in the meantime they are our future!!!!