This should be headline news on every single newsletter, radio and television station as well as on all social media, but all I’m hearing is…crickets.
By Meryl Dorey
There was very little information here. Important questions remain unanswered. For example:
- How long after receiving the jab did this death occur?
- Was this the child’s first or second jab?
- Did he have any known risk factors?
- If it was his second jab, did he react to the first?
I can’t even imagine what this child’s family must be going through now! No doubt there are many who would doubt that the jab had anything to do with his death but someone thought this was likely enough that it got reported to the Database of Adverse Event Notifications (DAEN). Go and check it out – you can search it for yourself and it is instructive to search on one day (see below) to see just how many reports there are – usually hundreds!
This passive reporting system is thought to have an underreporting factor (URF) of at least 31 times. So in the table below which represents all COVID jab reactions reported on the 11th of March this year, there were 146 reactions including 1 death (the one noted above).
If we go for the very conservative URF of 31, that means that there could have been as many as 4,526 reactions that one day!
How much longer is this going to continue? Especially when it comes to children and young adults (up to the age of 30) for whom the risk of a COVID infection is virtually non-existent without some pretty severe underlying illnesses but who are dying and being seriously injured in numbers never seen before.
If you know of a parent who is considering getting this jab for their child or a young adult who is thinking of taking it, please share this with them. I will have much more information on the risks in these age groups as time goes on.