Since the EMA authorized the COVID vaccine for children, there has been an alarming rise in deaths throughout Europe, with estimates ranging from 700 to 1600 percent.
When the European Agency granted an emergency use authorization for the Pfizer Covid-19 shot for use in kids ages 12 to 15 in May 2021, the official mortality numbers for Europe had shown a disturbing 691% uptick in surplus deaths among kids up to week 33 of 2022.
Child mortality in 2021 was below forecast before this decision was made mostly by European Medicines Agency. However, when the emergency use authorization was issued, we found out that, compared to the average of 2017 and 2020, the number of excess fatalities among youngsters had increased by a very concerning 1,599% by the end of the year.
Three weeks after our inquiry, EuroMOMO, the statistics provider, has finally acknowledged the increased excess mortality among youngsters and launched a Europe-wide probe into the likely reasons.
We looked at this using searches from EuroMOMO’s 33rd week 2022 report.
Take a look at a sample of the news release sent by EuroMOMO:
Death rates among children less than 14 years old were not mentioned by EuroMOMO.
However, as you can see from a screenshot of the EuroMOMO weeks 36 report – 3 weeks after we began our inquiry, they were compelled to do so.
We decided to check the publicly released statistics again to determine the number of subsequent children who had perished between weeks 33 and 36 after realizing that we had finally forced EuroMOMO to examine why so many youngsters were dying throughout Europe. Yet, our inquiry in week 33 revealed that EuroMOMO had changed the baseline, which meant that all statistics on extra fatalities from 2017 through 2022 had been changed.
Taken as a whole, the data made accessible by EuroMOMO until Week 36 in 2022 reveals 545 additional fatalities among children less than 14 years old.
WayBackMachine, an Online Archive of almost all online pages, has generously provided us with the means to demonstrate this. Click here to see a cached version of the website from earlier this year, which contains data from Week 33.
Since EuroMOMO made the highly suspicious decision to change the reference point at the same time that a European-wide inquiry into the extraordinary increase in excess deaths in children since the decision by the European Medicine Authority to approve the Covid-19 jabs for children was opened, The Exposé will be conducting an urgent investigation into the increase in excess deaths premised on the changed baseline.
For the time being, however, you may read the whole of our original report below, which prompted the EU to launch a pan-European probe into the causes of so many infant and child deaths.