10/25/2022 / By Belle Carter
The European Union (EU) is still “struggling” to find the culprit behind an eight-fold increase in children’s excess deaths in Europe.
The EU was forced to conduct a probe after the independent news outlet Daily Expose published an intensive analysis about the matter. It zeroed in on the European Medicines Agency (EMA) granting emergency use authorization (EUA) in May 2021 to the Pfizer Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine for use in children aged 12 to 15 years old.
Citing official mortality figures for the continent, the Expose said on Aug. 29, 2022 that there was a shocking 691 percent increase in deaths among children up to week 33 of the year – since EMA’s approval.
Prior to the EUA, deaths among children in 2021 were below the expected rate. But following the EUA, excess deaths among children had risen by a shocking 1,599 percent by the end of the year compared to the 2017 to 2020 average. (Related: Excess deaths among children in Europe soar following vaccine rollout for younger age groups.)
The Expose cited data from EuroMOMO, which tracks statistics in Europe. It mentioned that overall pooled estimates of all-cause mortality showed increased excess deaths, especially among those 65 years old and older. It did not mention, however, the elevated mortality rate among children aged zero to 14 years.
EuroMOMO later acknowledged the elevated excess mortality among children in bulletins and and opened a Europe-wide investigation into the possible causes.
“Since mid-2021, the accumulated level of mortality in Europe in the age group 0-14 years seems to have increased,” EuroMOMO said in its week 36 bulletin. “The possible explanations are being investigated.”
But a month already passed since the EU investigation commenced. Data showed that thousands of children have died in this period, resulting in hundreds of further excess deaths. The statistics provider still had nothing to stay on the investigation, not even one update.
In England and Wales, excess deaths in 22 weeks since the week ending April 24 have exceeded the five-year national average at 25,952.
The United Kingdom’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), reported that numbers are rising by more than a thousand per week. According to ONS, 94 percent of all COVID deaths since April have been among the boosted and quadruple vaccinated, proving mortality rates per 100,000 are highest among the vaccinated population in all age groups and further hinting that the vaccines could be the major factor in why so many people are dying.
England and Wales suffered 10,673 deaths in the week ending Sept. 16, equating to a new high of 1,009 excess deaths compared to the U.K’s five-year average. This number constituted a 10.4 percent rise on the average from 2016 to 2019, plus the numbers from 2021.
Only 309 deaths were attributed to COVID-19 that week, meaning it equates to only 30 percent of the excess deaths and just 2.8 percent of all deaths.
There is still no official statement from the British government on the reasons why a lot of people are dying outside of the 11,791 deaths that were connected to COVID-19 since April. U.K. health institutions reportedly refused to conduct an investigation into the vaccines.
This elevates analysts’ suspicion that the government benefits from the “free” vaccines and Big Pharma is trying to hide the adverse effects.
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