Infant mortality among European children in 2022 increased to 552%

Infant mortality among European children in 2022 increased to 552%

On 28 May 2021, the European Medicines Agency extended the authorization for emergency use of Pfizer Covid-19 mRNA injection for children aged 12 to 15 years. Six months later, they expanded the emergency use permit to 5- to 11-year-olds. Since then, the number of deaths among children aged 0 to 14 has increased at an alarming rate.
So much so that by November 6, 2022, infant mortality across Europe has increased by an astonishing 552%. With an 848% increase by the end of 2021 and a 444% increase so far in 2022.
2022 was a record year for excess infant mortality, surpassing the previous five years. According to EuroMOMO, the increase in deaths started around the 22nd week of 2021.
And this coincides perfectly with the European Medicines Agency extending the emergency use authorization of Pfizer’s Covid-19 injection for children aged 12 to 15 years.
In 2022, children aged 5 years across Europe received the Covid-19 injection and children aged 12 years received up to three doses of the Covid-19 injection.

The four-year average infant mortality rate between week 1 and week 44 of 2017-2020 was 170.75. But in the first 44 weeks of 2022, there were 929 more child deaths than expected and 758.25 more deaths than the four-year average 2017-2020. That’s why child mortality rose by 552% in 27 countries in Europe, since the European Medicines Agency first extended the emergency use authorization for Pfizer’s Covid-19 injection for children.

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For scientists, doctors, politicians and medical personnel in high positions, it remains a mystery why child mortality has increased.
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