Your kids better comply or else their dying wishes won’t be granted.
As research regarding the effects of the COVID-19 vaccine among minors continues to develop, Make-a-Wish Foundation CEO Richard Davis announced that the nonprofit organization will be granting wishes only to children and families that have been vaccinated.
Founded in 1980, the Make-a-Wish Foundation has helped fulfill the wishes of children between ages 2 and 18 who are dealing with a critical illness. With the new caveat in play, children that have yet to be vaccinated will no longer meet the criteria.
“Now we’ve consulted with doctors and medical professionals throughout the National Medical Advisory Council,” said Davis in his announcement via Zoom. “We’ve been monitoring public health organizations like the CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics.”