(Natural News) There is a massive difference in death rates among children vaccinated against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and their unvaccinated counterparts in England.
Britain’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) released in December their age-standardized data on mortality rates of individuals in five-year age sets, indicating that those who received their COVID-19 vaccines have suffered a death rate 54 times greater compared to unvaccinated ones.
The ONS tabulated their “monthly age-standardized mortality rates by age-group and vaccination status for deaths involving COVID-19, per 100,000 person-years,” but presented only the data for individuals ages 18 and over. The vaccinations, on the other hand, are available to children as young as 12, who were allowed to receive the shot against their parents’ wishes. In some cases, children as young as five have been given a reduced dosage of the vaccines.
However, a separate table that outlines “deaths and person-years by vaccination status” includes five-year age groups from 10 years old and older. From the data, a calculation of the mortality rate per 100,000 person-years can be made. (Related: The Ben Armstrong Show: Vaccines more dangerous than COVID – Brighteon.com.)
The data showed a massive increase in deaths among single-vaccinated and double-vaccinated children compared to their unvaccinated counterparts. For children aged 15 to 19, the risk of death increases by almost double if they take the first shot, and over three times if they take the second.
For 10 to 14-year-olds, the risk of dying increases almost by a factor of ten following the first dose, while the second dose brings around 51.8 times greater risk of death compared to the unvaccinated.
Overall, this means that children between 10 and 19, who have had at least one shot of the COVID vaccine, had a 3.7 times greater chance of dying during the months of January through October last year.
Moreover, the weekly deaths among children ages 10 to 14 have risen by 44 percent in 2021 compared to the five-year average between 2015 and 2019.
Risks clearly outweigh benefits of COVID vaccine among children
An independent adviser to the U.K. government on immunization programs determined last year that the available evidence indicates that the individual health benefits from COVID-19 vaccination are small in children aged 12 to 15 years. They also noted that any benefit granted by the shots is only “marginally greater” than other potential known harms. They also acknowledged that there is “considerable uncertainty regarding the magnitude of the potential harms.”
Due to the uncertainty of the risks involved with the COVID shots, the JCVI considered the benefits too small to support advice on a universal program for vaccination of otherwise healthy 12- to 15-year-old children. (Related: Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: mRNA COVID vaccines increase hospitalization and death rates – Brighteon.TV.)
COVID trials also never produced evidence that the vaccines can stop the infection and transmission or reduce hospitalization. Their measurement of success is in preventing severe symptoms of the virus, with strong evidence that the “vaccinated” can just as likely transmit the virus to others.
Former Pfizer executive Michal Yeadon warned in early 2021 that children are 50 times more likely to get killed by the vaccine than by the virus itself. In a conversation with former White House advisor Steve Bannon, Yeadon described how the unprecedented high rate of adverse reactions to the vaccine could shut down the body.
Yeadon said that young people are not susceptible to COVID-19, and “it’s a crazy thing to vaccinate them with something that is actually 50 times more likely to kill them than the virus itself.”
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