Hepatitis B Vaccine at Birth

Notes on Hepatitis B given within 24 hours of birth

•Hepatitis B is sexually transmitted and can also be contracted from sharing needles for illegal drug use.

•In the US hepatitis B infection in pregnant mothers is very low (0.09% of deliveries). (1)

•Yet the CDC recommends that the hepatitis B vaccine be given to all newborns within 24 hours of birth.

•Hepatitis B antibody levels in fully vaccinated (3 doses) fall below protective levels in 76% by age 18. (2)

•Hepatitis B vaccine contains 250 mcg of aluminum, a neurotoxin, which accumulates in the brain. (3)

•The amount exceeds the FDA aluminum limit of 5 mcg/kg/day (4) for the average newborn by more than 10 fold.

•Even worse than the COVID-19 vaccines, hepatitis B vaccines had limited safety testing (4-5 days). (5)

•Since newborns of pregnant mothers who test positive for hepatitis B can be treated, there is no legitimate medical reason for the state to mandate hepatitis B vaccination for school entry.

•The hepatitis B vaccine mandate is serving only to fill the coffers of vaccine makers while providing no benefit and only the possibility of harm to newborns.

The post Hepatitis B Vaccine at Birth appeared first on Vaccine Liberation Army.

Read MoreVaccine Liberation Army

 50 total views,  1 views today

Leave a Reply