Since there is no such thing as a medical intervention that is 100% safe and effective for all people, a risk/benefit analysis is required in order to decide whether to undergo any medical intervention. Human health is highly personal, and health outcomes are determined by a myriad of factors such as genetic predisposition, age, diet, environmental toxins, pre-existing health conditions, other medications, etc. Our objective is to weigh the available data for risk of serious health outcome due to COVID-19 infection vs risk/benefit of COVID-19 vaccine intervention.
In doing so, a myriad of contextual information will be provided to gain a broad understanding of the truly expansive COVID-19 landscape. While this analysis is specifically geared toward children, the information provided is relevant to anyone making medical decisions related to COVID-19. What follows is not medical advice. Every situation is unique and medical professionals should be consulted when making health decisions.
2.1. Key Data Points
200 total deaths involving COVID-19 for age group 5-14 as of November 27, 2021 (compared to 334 for pneumonia over the same time period) - CDC
For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.9 additional conditions or causes per death - CDC
There have been 19,532 deaths, 99,943 hospitalizations, 102,602 urgent care visits, 9,746 heart attacks, 34,481 severe allergic reactions, 31,652 people permanently disabled, 15,424 cases of myocarditis/pericarditis reported following COVID-19 vaccination as of November 26, 2021 - CDC, VAERS
Naturally acquired immunity is superior to existing vaccines, and like all naturally acquired immunity it lasts a lifetime - Brownstone Institute
The key data points paint a pretty clear picture. Children, especially healthy children, are at zero risk of death from COVID-19. Given the significant spike in adverse reactions reported to CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), the COVID-19 vaccines appear to be the most dangerous vaccines ever produced by a wide margin.