Impact of catch-up vaccination on aluminum exposure

A critically important study about the growing safety concerns regarding aluminum exposure has been published.

In the Impact of catch-up vaccination on aluminum exposure due to new laws and post social distancing  in theJournal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology,  Lyons-Weiler et al. conclude that:

“While reduction or elimination of aluminum exposure from all sources is always a good idea, our results indicate that careful consideration of expected aluminum exposures during regular and Catch-Up vaccination is found to be especially important for infants and children below 2 years of age. We urge caution in the mass re-starting of vaccination under CDC’s Catch-Up schedule for children under 12 months and offer alternative strategies to minimize per-day/week/month exposure to aluminum hydroxide following the COVID-19 period of isolation.”