(Natural News) A member of America’s Frontline Doctors has warned pregnant women that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine rollout has coincided with the nearly 2,000 percent increase in fetal deaths.
Dr. Peterson Pierre presented data regarding the rate of fetal death per vaccine administered in the U.S., and it showed a spike in cases since the COVID-19 vaccines were made available. He also noted that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recorded 550 million administered COVID shots, with 3,725 fetal deaths.
This means that there had been one fetal death for every 147,651 shots. In contrast, there had been four billion administered shots for other vaccines in the years 2006 through 2019, with 1,368 fetal deaths, or one fetal death for every 3 million shots.
“So if you do the math, you realize that since the COVID shots have been available, there’s been a 1,925 percent increase in fetal deaths,” he said. He also urged expecting mothers to take note of the numbers for the sake of the children.
Unfortunately, the data seems irrelevant “because the recommendation to get [COVID] shots has not changed,” Pierre noted. “You need to look out for your own kids. You are their protector. You have a lot to think about. That decision rests with you, not with anyone else.”
Around 23 of 32 expecting mothers receiving Pfizer COVID vaccines resulted in “spontaneous abortions” or miscarriages, according to the Pfizer and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) response to the Freedom of Information Act as reported last year.
Also seen is a more than 50 times increase in ectopic pregnancy, which also results in fetal death.
Most pregnant women don’t notice symptoms of ectopic pregnancy early, because while it does present the usual signs and symptoms of pregnancy, it cannot continue as normal, with the fertilized egg growing in an improper place.
In Canada, the Lions Gate Hospital said they would usually see one stillborn death a month, but in November last year there had been 13 stillborn deaths in a 24-hour period. The CDC also reported that the COVID shots have effects on “fertility problems,” acknowledging that the results from ongoing long-term studies are not yet available.
Experts warn expectant mothers against getting mRNA COVID vaccines
Medical experts have long warned expectant mothers against getting the mRNA shots, including vaccine expert Pamela Acker and former Pfizer executive Michael Yeadon, who said that women of childbearing age, especially those who are pregnant or nursing, should reject the COVID-19 vaccines entirely.
“You never ever give inadequately tested medicines, medicinal products, to a pregnant woman,” Yeadon said.
Despite the evidence pointing to the dangers of mRNA shots to unborn children, the CDC still recommends that people ages 18-49 with certain medical conditions, including pregnancy, receive mRNA COVID-19 shots, including a booster dose, based on their individual risks and benefits.
The government’s own database through March 18, showed unprecedented increases in recorded deaths and injuries following COVID-19 vaccines for the past 15 months since they were rolled out for emergency use.
Statistics showed massive increases in reported adverse effects from strokes (68,000 percent), heart diseases (44,000 percent) and deaths (6,800 percent).
In fact, the majority of cases found in the over 31 years of history with the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) are from December 2020, when the FDA granted the emergency use of COVID-19 vaccines.
Data from different surveillance systems did not indicate obvious safety signals with regards to pregnancies or neonatal outcomes associated with the vaccinations. However, experts do suggest further studies with regard to fetal deaths associated with the vaccines, especially for women who have been vaccinated early in their pregnancy.
Visit Immunization.news to learn more about the adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccines.
Watch the video below about researchers calling for a stop on inoculation of pregnant women.
This video is from the Tammy Cuthbert Garcia channel on Brighteon.com.
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