Sweden and Denmark banned the Moderna vaccine for young people

Sweden and Denmark have put an end to the use of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine for young adults after a rash of cases involving heart inflammation caused by the vaccine emerged.

In an announcement on Wednesday, Sweden’s Public Health Agency confirmed that they will no longer be recommending adults under 30 receive the vaccine.

This announcement was accompanied by a decision by Denmark to stop administering the vaccine to those under the age of 18. This decision by not one but two countries will vindicate those who have abstained from the vaccines over health concerns.

Despite the assurances of seemingly every scientist and doctor, the vaccine is not risk-free, and for young adults, the risks may not be worth it.

Cases of myocarditis and pericarditis, both heart conditions, are being reported in increasing numbers. The individuals who are at most risk appear to be young adult males.

Agencies worldwide have begun to begrudgingly acknowledge that there are side effects to the coronavirus vaccine. However, the authorities have issued no apology that assured people worldwide that the vaccine was totally safe.

What is worse is while some countries are ending vaccination recommendations, others are pushing full steam ahead with mandates. Individuals who are concerned for their health are being ostracized and pushed out of society.

These moves by health authorities in Sweden and Denmark are further proof that we must end all forced vaccination efforts in the free world.

Any country that considers itself a free nation must protect the right of its citizens to make an informed medical decision.