EU Begins Europe-Wide Investigation into 700% to 1600% Increase in Excess Deaths Among Children Since EMA Approval of COVID Vaccine from Health Impact News
EU forced to begin Europe-wide Investigation into 700% to 1600% increase in Excess Deaths among Children since EMA approved COVID Vaccine for Kids thanks to Exclusive Investigation carried out by The Exposé
by The Exposé
An exclusive investigation carried out by the team here at The Exposé has forced the European Union’s official statistics department to begin a Europe-wide investigation into why there has been a significant increase in excess deaths among children aged 0 to 14 since the European Medicines Agency approved the Covid-19 injection for children.
On the 29th of August 2022, we exclusively revealed that official mortality figures for Europe showed a shocking 691% increase in excess deaths among children up to week 33 of 2022 since the European Medicines Agency extended the emergency use authorisation of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for use in children aged 12 to 15 in May 2021.
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Before this decision by the European Medicines Agency, deaths among children in 2021 were below the expected rate. But following the emergency use authorisation, we discovered that excess deaths among children had risen by a deeply troubling 1,599% by the end of the year compared to the 2017 to 2020 average.
Now, three weeks after our investigation, EuroMOMO, which provides the statistics, has been forced to officially acknowledge the elevated excess mortality among children and has opened a Europe-wide investigation into the possible causes.
We conducted our investigation using the data published by EuroMOMO in their week 33, 2022 bulletin.
Here’s a snapshot of the bulletin published by EuroMOMO at the time –
EuroMOMO failed to mention the elevated mortality among children aged 0 to 14.
However, three weeks on from our investigation they have been forced to do so as can be seen in a snapshot of EuroMOMO’s week 36 bulletin –