In a groundbreaking study conducted by the official government authorities, it has been conclusively established that there were no fatalities among young, unvaccinated individuals due to COVID-19. The Israel Ministry of Health (MOH) disclosed this significant finding, emphasizing that the only unfortunate deaths within the 18-49 age group were individuals grappling with severe underlying health conditions. This revelation came in response to attorney Ori Xabi’s formal request for information from the government pertaining to the average age of COVID-19-related deaths. The MOH obliged to share the requested data, acknowledged that no individuals between the ages of 18 and 49, without preexisting morbidities, had succumbed to the virus.
Questioning the Necessity: Zero as an Undeniable Fact
Yoav Yehezkelli, an eminent specialist in internal medicine and medical management, has stressed the incontrovertible nature of this figure. Drawing from his extensive expertise and experience as a former lecturer in the Department of Emergency and Disaster Management at Tel Aviv University, Yehezkelli raises pertinent questions regarding the implementation of extreme measures such as school closures, vaccinations for children, lockdowns, and mandates for masks and vaccines. “Zero is an unequivocal number that leaves no room for interpretation,” asserts Yehezkelli, in an interview with The Epoch Times. He further adds, “Why were such stringent measures necessary when the evidence points to zero deaths among young, healthy individuals?”
Unveiling the Disparity: Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated
The MOH’s response also reveals crucial information about the average age of vaccinated COVID-19 patients who unfortunately lost their lives. The data discloses that the average age of vaccinated patients who succumbed to the virus was 80.2 years, while the average age for unvaccinated individuals was 77.4 years. However, it is important to note that the available data concerning underlying diseases is limited, relying on information provided by patients or their relatives, based on epidemiological investigations.
Doubts Arise: Discrepancies and Eroded Trust
The MOH’s response raises doubts as it contradicts its previous claims of possessing comprehensive data on deceased patients, including information on underlying diseases. The justification provided by the MOH for measures such as vaccinating pregnant women and young people, by asserting their vulnerability to the virus, now appears to be questionable in light of the current data. Yehezkelli argues that this misleading portrayal of the dangers of COVID-19 has significantly undermined public trust.
Cardiac Arrest Cases and COVID-19: Unveiling a Possible Connection
Concerning cardiac arrest data, the MOH solely provided information for the years 2018 to 2020, citing the unavailability of data for 2021 and 2022. However, a study examining emergency medical services calls in Israel has highlighted a disconcerting 25 percent increase in cardiac arrest cases among individuals aged 16 to 39 between January and May 2021. Intriguingly, this rise coincided with the rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations. Despite the MOH’s denial of any connection between the study’s findings and the administration of COVID-19 vaccines, it is an area that warrants further investigation.
The Pursuit of Transparency: A Promising Administrative Appeal
An ongoing administrative appeal spearheaded by attorney Ori Xabi and his colleagues has compelled the MOH to commit to publishing comprehensive mortality data segmented by vaccination status and age before the end of this month. This appeal comes in the wake of a previous unanswered Freedom of Information request, which was followed by incomplete data provided by the MOH.
Mortality Rates Among Children: Examining the Numbers
Turning our attention to the impact of COVID-19 on children, it is essential to acknowledge the statistics. Since the onset of the pandemic, there have been 1,822 reported cases of children who were listed as having COVID-19 when they passed away, representing a mortality rate of 0.002%. However, it is crucial to note that 95% of these children had serious underlying health conditions. When considering healthy children without preexisting morbidities, the mortality rate drops significantly to 0.0001%.
In conclusion, this groundbreaking government study has shed light on the absence of COVID-19-related deaths among young, unvaccinated individuals. The revelations challenge the necessity of implementing extreme measures and raise concerns about the erosion of public trust due to misleading information. The ongoing pursuit of transparency through administrative appeals promises to provide more comprehensive data for analysis. As the world strives to navigate the complexities of the pandemic, it is imperative to base decisions on accurate and reliable information to ensure the best outcomes for society as a whole.