A team of Johns Hopkins researchers recently reported that after studying a large sample size of children, they found zero COVID deaths among healthy kids.
Dr. Marty Makary, a medical expert and professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, analyzed approximately 48,000 children under 18 diagnosed with Covid from April to August 2020.
Makary and his team “found a mortality rate of zero among children without a pre-existing medical condition such as leukemia.”
Makary says the CDC continues to use “flimsy evidence” to push the COVID vaccine upon children.
The Washington D.C. City Council recently passed an act authorizing schools to administer vaccines to children as young as 11-years-old without their parent’s consent. The act even authorizes the schools to “seek reimbursement, without parental consent, directly from the insurer.”
Mary Holland, President and General Counsel of Children’s Health Defense, explained the lawsuit on Washington Watch:
“This is dangerous for children because parents won’t know what vaccines their children get,” she explained. If a child experiences an adverse reaction, “all of a sudden, their child could be deathly ill, and [the parents] won’t know why.” There is also a risk of vaccinating a child twice.
The news also comes at a time when several universities and schools have announced vaccine requirements to return to school.
The University of California recently announced that the school will not only require the vaccine to return to class, but it will also require every booster created in the future.
Doctor Robert Malone – the man who invented the mRNA technology used in some coronavirus vaccines – recently spoke about the calculation based on scientific data when it comes to children being vaccinated with the MRNA vaccines.
“Based on Pfizer hospitalizations, the Pfizer vaccine is 3.5 times more likely to cause a 12 to 17-year-olds to be hospitalized than the CDC predicts it will prevent hospitalization from the disease itself. For 12 to 17-year-old females, the Pfizer vaccine is 4.5 times more likely to cause hospitalization than the CDC predicts to prevent it, by similar calculations,” Dr Malone wrote.
“12 to 17-year-old males are only 16% more likely to die from COVID than the vaccine. Females aged 12 to 17 years old are 72% more likely to die from their vaccine than COVID itself.”
Coronavirus vaccines may be widely available by the fall for most U.S. children as young as 6 months, drugmakers say. Some schools may move to mandate the vaccines for children to be able to return to classes without masks.
According to doctors, the Delta variant’s symptoms are much milder. Dr. David Priest, an infectious disease specialist with Novant Health, said while the loss of taste and smell was the most telltale sign of the coronavirus throughout the pandemic, many getting sick with delta present with more mild symptoms, like a runny nose or sore throat.
The symptoms closely resemble the common cold or hay fever.