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UK government report reveals that British children, 10 to 14 years old, up to 52 times more likely to die after getting a COVID shot

Posted by M. C. on February 4, 2022

Steve Kirsch

New data from the ONS in the UK shows a 52X increase in all-cause mortality if you got two jabs compared to the unvaccinated. Might explain why informed kids aren’t rushing to get jabbed.

Steve Kirsch21 hr ago

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The key part are the stats on all-cause mortality which I’ve always said is the elephant in the room:

10–14-year-olds, on the other hand, run the risk of dying almost by a factor of ten following the first dose while the second dose brings a 51.8 times greater risk of death than if they had remained un-jabbed.

I’ve applied to speak at the upcoming FDA and CDC meetings and would like to use this in my oral testimony.

If you can find an error in the analysis or can explain why the all cause mortality is dose dependent, let me know in the comments below.

Comment from Robert

@Steve Kirsch: To answer your questions, I downloaded the spreadsheet database from ONS and ran the numbers myself (simple enough). I replicated the results reported by LifeSiteNews, so their calculations are correct (assuming the ONS data are correct–see Dr. Fenton’s group on that). You can view the calculations and download the spreadsheet from my Microsoft OneDrive public folder here:!AndbPKOlZp6xgrl7eePhR9DESmu1Dw?e=nIs5LL. Look at the Table 9 tab.

However, I have a few concerns:

(1) As others have mentioned, some of the numbers are based on very small subsets. For example, the extreme case of double-jabbed 10-14 y/o’s having 52x risk is founded on the following data: 1678 person-years (PY) with 4 non-COVID deaths, resulting in a rate of 238.4 non-COVID deaths per 100,000 PY. Compare that to the unvaccinated 10-14 y/o’s, where 1,094,711 PY and 94 non-COVID deaths resulted in a rate of 4.6. The ratio is where the 52x comes from. But I submit that the statistical uncertainty around 238.4 is much higher than around 4.6, due to the huge difference in PYs.

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