The clue to how dangerous this sounds is in the wording. ‘Covid vaccine to be “tested” in a world-first trial.’
If that doesn’t sound terrifying to you, then there really is no hope for you – or your children.
Sky News reporters: Children as young as six will be given the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine as part of a new clinical trial to test its efficacy in youngsters. Researchers will use 300 volunteers to assess whether the coronavirus vaccine will produce a strong immune response in children aged between six and 17.
Words such as ‘test’ and ‘trial’ shouldn’t be anywhere near children.
The trial will begin this month at Oxford University and its partner sites in London, Southampton and Bristol.
The Oxford jab is one of three to have been approved for use in adults in the UK, along with those from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna.
If there is any doubt whatsoever about how this Covid business is working, you need not look beyond the wording. As the great comedian/philosopher George Carlin once said: “Language always gives you away.”