New figures from the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) show that children are suffering after having a Covid-19 vaccine, with many severely ill, disabled, and in some cases, dead.
From January 1st 1991 to November 30th 2020, a month before the first Covid-19 vaccine was given emergency use authorisation in the US, there were only a total of 6,068 deaths recorded (mostly infant babies) due to all available vaccines. (…)
But as of September 10th 2021, over 3.1 million injuries have been recorded in VAERS due to the Covid-19 vaccines, alongside 80,337 emergency room visits, 60,565 hospitalisations, 19,210 permanent disabilities, 15,012 life-threatening events, and 14,925 deaths.
The latest VAERS data published 10th September 2021 also shows how children, who are at virtually zero risk of suffering serious illness due to Covid-19, are suffering due to the Covid-19 vaccines. There have been 21 deaths, 77 permanent disabilities, 2,019 emergency room visits, 942 hospitalisations, and 165 life-threatening events in children under the age of 17 because of the Covid-19 vaccines.
But another search of VAERS for reports made against all other available vaccines from 1st December 2020 to 20th September 2021 shows that there have been just 1 death, 10 permanent disabilities, 51 emergency room visits, 26 hospitalisations, and 9 life-threatening events among children between the ages of 12 and 15.
This means the Covid-19 vaccines have caused 21 times more deaths, nearly 8 times more disabilities, 40 times more emergency room visits, 36 times more hospitalisations, and 18 times more life-threatening events among children under the age of 17 than all other available vaccines combined.(…)
Read the full article on The Expose: https://theexpose.uk/2021/09/20/covid-19-vaccines-have-killed-more-children-than-all-other-vaccines-combined/
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