Kids Are 54 Times More Likely To Die After A Covid Vaccine, Per A British Government Report

The coronavirus vaccine has been around for just long enough that studies can begin to tell us what the effects are. A new study released by Britain's Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that children who received the coronavirus vaccine have a much higher likelihood of dying.

By Gina Florio2 min read
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The idea of vaccinating children against a virus that posed very little threat to them statistically was questioned by many of us from the very beginning. Now there is research surfacing that proves not only how little the shot actually protects kids from the virus, but also what a deadly threat it could pose to a child's life.

Kids Who Take the Vaccine Have a Much Higher Death Rate

The ONS released data that came from January 1 to October 31 of 2021. From this data, we can see the mortality rate per 100,000 person-years, and the data is divided into 5-year age groups. Overall, the study found that children who took the coronavirus vaccines were 54 times more likely to die than children who didn't. You read that right. 54 times more likely to die.

Children who took the coronavirus vaccines were 54 times more likely to die than children who didn't.

Although the ONS only presented the data from individuals 18 years old and up, kids as young as 5 years old have been administered the shot, so there is data to review for children of various ages.

For kids who fall into the 10-14 age group, the mortality rate of the unvaccinated per 100,000 person-years was 4.6, yet it was 45.1 for the vaccinated. Children in the 15-19 group saw hugely different mortality rates as well: 10.1 deaths per 100,000 person-years for the unvaccinated and 18.3 deaths for those who received one shot.

The More Shots Children Receive, the Higher the Mortality Rate

Not only are we seeing a stark difference between unvaccinated and vaccinated children, but the research also shows that each jab collects more risk for the adolescent. For teenagers aged 15-19, their risk of death nearly doubles if they take one shot and more than triples after a second shot.

For 10-14 year olds, the first jab increases their mortality rate by 10 and the second makes them 51.8 times more likely to die than if they weren't vaccinated at all.

We know by now that the coronavirus vaccine doesn't stop the contraction and transmission of the virus – even though we were told incessantly by "experts" and politicians for months that it would – so to hear this troubling data makes us ask the everlasting questions yet again: what is the point of the vaccine? And what is the point of mandating a vaccine that not only fails to stop transmission, but also poses a deadly threat to both adults and children? We doubt we'll hear a logical answer anytime soon.