In the spring of 2022, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) issued a global alert about a new form of severe hepatitis that was killing children. Just days later, a study was published concluding that Covid-19 vaccination has the ability to cause severe autoimmune hepatitis. Now, UK authorities, with the help of the mainstream media, are striking fear into parents over the safety of their children due to an alleged spate of sudden deaths among kids due to the bacterial infection known as Strep A.
Official government reports show that COVID vaccination causes damage to the immune system reminiscent of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Official European mortality data also shows that excess deaths among children have increased by 552% since the European Medicines Agency approved the Covid-19 vaccine for children. Secret data published by the Centers for Disease Control reveals that at least 118k children and young adults have died suddenly in the USA since the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out. UK government data shows that Covid-19 vaccinated children are up to 137x more likely to die than unvaccinated children.
Despite this evidence, authorities have not yet admitted that Covid-19 vaccination is the likely cause of children suddenly dying of Strep A infection. The UK Health Security Agency has confirmed that scarlet fever is usually a mild illness and that there is no evidence that a new strain is circulating. The most likely argument from authorities is that the sudden rise in children dying is due to lockdowns reducing immunity among children to simple infections.
However, this argument falls short as schools reopened in March 2021, so an increase in serious diseases among children should have been seen in the winter of 2021 if lockdowns reduced immunity. This did not happen, leading to the suggestion that the common denominator could be the Covid-19 injection. The Covid-19 injection was first offered to children aged 12-15 in September 2021 and then offered to children aged 5-11 in February 2022. The UK Medicine Regulator has now “authorised” the Pfizer vaccine for use in infants and children aged 6 months to 4 years.
Despite evidence that children do not suffer serious disease due to Covid-19 and the injections do not prevent infection or transmission, they are being offered to younger and younger age groups. This has raised concerns among some members of the public who are calling for a halt to the use of the Covid-19 vaccine in children until the safety of the vaccine can be fully established. It remains to be seen how authorities will respond to these concerns.