New research found that there were an average of 169.65 more fatalities among children under the age of 14 per week around Week 22 of 2017 than Week 37 of 2021. An alarming 1,224 more child fatalities occurred between Week 22 of 2021 and Week 37 of 2022.
Therefore, since May 2021, when the EMA approved the use of COVID-19 vaccination for children aged 12 to 15, the excess mortality rate among children aged 1 to 14 in Europe has increased by 630 percent.
The Expose looked into the rise in excess fatalities this year and discovered that, as of week 33, 542 extra deaths had been documented among European children aged 1 to 14.
Booster shots have also been given to kids 12 and above. After the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccination for children aged 5 and older, the risk of unnecessary fatalities naturally increased.
From the beginning of each year in 2018 through week 33 of each year in 2021, the average number of additional deaths among young people is 63.4. So far in 2022, there has been an increase of 755% compared to the average of 2018–2021 in the number of child fatalities due to causes other than natural causes.