Loose women star Dennis Welch criticized the distribution of the Code 19 vaccine to children in a heated debate on the afternoon panel show.
The panel was discussing the news that children between the ages of 12 and 15 would be given a single dose of the Pfizer vaccine, and parents have asked for their consent in the coming weeks.
Dennis said that while she has been vaccinated and is a supporter of the vaccine, the Holly Oaks actress argued that it is not the role of children to save adults by getting a vaccine report. Mirror.
She said she knows seven people who have coed, and they are all double vaccinated.
Fellow Loose Women’s Panelist Janet Street Porter argued back: “They’re not saving our lives, but they’re making it a little easier to teach them without wearing masks, without putting them in bubbles.”
But Dennis applauded: “But he didn’t care about Janet last year.”
“Yes, but we are where we are now,” Janet said.
“And I think other countries have vaccinated 12-year-olds – France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Poland, the United States, Canada, Israel and so on, so it’s too late for us to get into it.
And she was cut off when she added: “But let’s not deny the right to young teenagers …”
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Co-star Jane Moore read that people who are vaccinated twice are three times less likely to test positive and the vaccine reduces the risk of passing the virus by 40 to 60 percent.
Dennis also said: “People think I’m not, but I’m very supportive of the vaccine. I’m very proud of the launch of the vaccine.
However, what worries me about this situation is that yesterday it was announced that for the mental health of children, they will allow vaccination of children between the ages of 12 and 15.
“It really raised my blood pressure because we’ve had endless 18 months of psychological warfare by the government and the media, especially in this country and around the world, but according to people in this country who have spent time abroad. . “
Dennis added: “No effort has been made in the 18 months to compensate for the children. As soon as the children are born, they hear a parent say to Coved, ‘Are you going to die, Amy?’ ‘
And he said he was surprised that children could not be given painkillers at school but would be allowed to get vaccinated.