Grocery Won’t Give COVID Vaccine to Children Under 5 – IOTW Report

Grocery Won’t Give COVID Vaccine to Children Under 5

Tampa Bay Times: Since COVID-19 vaccines first became available, Publix has played a major role in tackling the public health emergency in Florida by offering vaccines to adults and, later, children as young as 5.

But the Lakeland grocery company says it will not offer the vaccine approved for children ages 4 and under “at this time.”

Spokesperson Hannah Herring said Tuesday that Publix will not release a statement explaining its decision. The company’s website indicates that it is still accepting COVID-19 vaccine appointments for children ages 5 and up.

The company still offers other child vaccinations, including the flu shot for babies as young as 6 months. more

12 Comments on Grocery Won’t Give COVID Vaccine to Children Under 5

  1. “…Publix will not release a statement explaining its decision.”

    …at least it finally dawned on SOMEONE that you don’t HAVE to explain why you don’t want to, I don’t know, CRIPPLE AND MURDER TODDLERS FOR NO REASON.

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  2. For over 50 years FLA was lefty run. “The pendulum” has swung
    the other way. Good!

    Speaking of Fla – Seems Jeb’s BFF is on his way to the “Grey Bar Hotel”! If only they had defeated Ron this would never have happened. “clpa!”!

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  3. an ol exJarhead – These are federal charges, which means, if convicted, can be pardoned by Brandon.

  4. Excellent. Smart decision. Promoting the Covid death jab cuts into their customer base. Publix is finally coming to my city. Can’t wait to shop there. A little expensive sometimes but I want to support a business that’s not lunatic woke.

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