URGENT: mRNA shots raise the risk of Covid infection in children under 12

Alex Berenson re-sent this post, originally for paid subs, out to everyone as he felt its too important not to have as many as possible know about it right away. Lets hope it stops a few people from injecting their children.

Six weeks after becoming “fully vaccinated,” kids under 12 are 40 percent MORE likely to be infected Covid than those who never received mRNA shots, a huge New York state database shows.

The mRNA jabs provide some protection for the first two weeks of “full vaccination.” But it declines rapidly, turns negative by the fifth week, and more sharply negative in the sixth.

“Negative” vaccine efficacy means that vaccinated people are more likely to become infected. It is not clear how high the increased risk may become for young children, since the database only covered six weeks and the trend worsened each week.

The blue bar in the chart below shows the relative odds of unvaccinated and vaccinated children to get Covid. The dashed red line equals a risk ratio of 1 – a 50/50 risk.

See how the blue bar falls each week and drops below the red line after 35 days? At point, unvaccinated children have lower risk. (The orange bar is kids 12-17. They still have some protection six weeks out, although it too is declining.)

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Please see the whole post at AB’s Substack here.

(You know, the mRNA shots are such a catastrophe, that its gonna take something huge like a war to tamp down people’s rightful rage when they find out how our own governments blackmailed, coerced, forced, and otherwise ruined all our lives to one degree or another, not to mention our constitutional rights to make us take these shots. Not to mention divided families and created enmity like never before seen in countries like Canada.)

 

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