They are vaccinating people in nursing homes and other elderly, although the trials didn’t include any elderly. Is this a good idea? From Dr. Mark Sircus at lewrockwell.com:
Doctors are worried about the “public perception” when the elderly die right after getting the vaccination. What would YOU think if your mother died the day after she received the COVID shot?
Dr. Kelly Moore, “associate director of the Immunization Action Coalition, said, “Since they [the COVID vaccines] haven’t been studied in people in those [elderly] populations, we don’t know how well the vaccine will work for them. We know that most vaccines don’t work nearly as well in a frail elderly person as they would in someone who is fit and vigorous, even if they happen to be the same age.”
Covid-19 vaccines have not been tested in the frail elderly, many of whom are residents of long-term care facilities. Therefore, there is NO evidence that the vaccine is safe or effective for the elderly. Jon Rappoport says, “If this doesn’t give the frail and elderly and their families pause for thought, nothing will.