Friday, June 21, 2024


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Pharmacies Give Wrong Doses of Pfizer COVID Biologic to Children

young girl getting vaccinated

Several pharmacies, including Ted Pharmacy in Aldie, Virginia,1 recently gave young children an adult dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech experimental COVID BNT162b2 biologic rather than the reduced dose specially formulated for children give to 11 years old after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expanded the recommendation for use of the Pfizer/BioNTech shot to include children in that age group.2

This segment of the pediatric population are supposed to be given the reduced dose contained in vials with an orange cap that differs from the vials with a purple cap designated for adolescents and adults. Vaccine providers administer the reduced dosage COVID vaccine to children with a smaller syringe.3

Virginia Pharmacies Give Children Wrong Dosage of Pfizer COVID Biologic

Ted Pharmacy recently admitted to administering the wrong doses of BNT162b2 to 112 children aged five to 11 years old. The pharmacy gave the children doses of the biologic formulated for adolescents 12 years of age and older.4

Loudoun County Health Department said that it was a parent who noticed that the color of the vile was purple and not orange. The health department was notified, after which public health officials removed the remaining vaccines from the pharmacy and asked them to notify the parents of the affected children.5

David Goodfriend, MD, director of the Loudoun County Health Department, said:

Because they did not have the children’s formulation they used the adult formulation but only gave a third of the amount to the children. Our understanding from Ted Pharmacy is they were trying to do a workaround, which is not authorized.6

Dr. Goodfriend said that there can be issues with the workaround of the vaccine. He explained:

If it doesn’t all go in, or if goes into the body but doesn’t go into the muscle, or you didn’t draw it up exactly to the 0.1 milliliter line, there’s a chance you might get too little vaccine. There’s also a chance it could have given too much.7

Dr. Goodfriend wrote a letter to the parents of the affected children that included guidance from the CDC on how to proceed with the next dose. The guidance stated that children who were given the wrong dose could proceed with a second dose of the correct amount in three weeks, or restart the two-shot series after three weeks.8

In addition, three children in Ashburn, Virginia received the wrong dose of BNT162b2 at a CVS pharmacy that mixed the biologic with extra diluent. CVS issued a public statement saying:

We notified the parents of each patient and, per CDC guidelines, recommended their child be revaccinated. We are reporting this event to HHS’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) and are taking steps to help prevent this from occurring again.9

Children Given Wrong Doses in Other Parts of the Country

 In Garland, Texas, a six-year-old boy and a seven-year-old boy were mistakenly given adult doses of BNT162b2 at a pop-up clinic run by Garland’s health department. The parents of the boys were notified of the error. Julian Gonzalez, the parent of the six-year-old said:

We found out after the fact that the vials for the children’s vaccine should have been different, the needles should have been different… It should have been labeled specifically for kids so… where did that decision come from? Who was it that told them they could go ahead and offer it?10

Gonzalez added that he was frustrated and frightened for his child.11

A five-year-old boy in Midvale, Utah was given an adult booster shot instead of a child’s dose of BNT162b2 at East Midvale Elementary School. The mother of the child said that the health care professionals who administered the wrong dose were nonchalant about the error and said her son is “just more protected than other kids his age.”12

Nicholas Rupp, communications and public relations manager with the Salt Lake County Health Department, said:

While we do not expect any adverse effects to the patient because of this (and will be following up with the patient and their health care provider to be sure), we take any mistake seriously and are investigating the circumstances in this situation.13

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10 Responses

  1. They know what they were doing. These are supposed to be highly educated people! Now these children are lab rats that they can follow to see how the poison works!!

  2. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Parents are taking their precious healthy children to get an experimental injection and then are upset when their child gets the “wrong” poison in their arm??

  3. Reading this article is worse than any horror movie I’ve ever watched….in addition to being REAL! How on this planet can so many people actually go against REAL tried and true “science” to be part of an experiment? Consenting adults ignorance or stupidity is one thing…but to subject innocent children to this ideology is absolutely ludicrous. I am truly shocked that all of this GREED and CORRUPTION is happening to a seemingly bunch of sleeping “sheeple”! Ughhhh!

  4. These poor children and parents……..thinking these “professionals” knew what they were doing. Full investigation needs to be done………and these children compensated if any bad side effects. How much “follow up” that will be done is certainly questionable. Now, maybe they didn’t get the right dose?……..bring them in for another shot. Breaks my heart.

  5. The state has the power to revoke a license to practice medicine to protect the public.
    Professional incompetence, professional misconduct, and gross negligence form valid grounds for revocation of license.

  6. This occurred on purpose. There is no way such a thing could happen by accident. Experimentation on children has been going on for generations and this is just one more to add to the atrocities that the USA and other governments are guilty of.

  7. Incompetence is another reason why pharmacist loose their license.
    In the pharmacy field accuracy is key.
    Filling the wrong dosages or the wrong prescription altogether can lead to deadly consequences.
    Pharmacistsis must also be aware of know allergies and counsel with patients as needed.
    Failing to act as needed, working in a careless manner may be grounds for license suspension.

  8. With all of the commercial pharmacies and various pop up clinics giving vaccinations, I am always wondering if the workers are even correctly trained in how to give an intramuscular injection, much less which is the correct juice to use.

    I am far more cautious about who does the oil changes on my cars than most people seem to be about who injects this unknown clock into their body.

  9. And people wonder how we could question doctors, health officials, big pharma? Because they are wrong all the time and make “mistakes” constantly! My family will not be part of this experiment on the world population.

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