On the 28th of May 2021, the European Medicines Agency extended the emergency use authorisation of the Pfizer Covid-19 mRNA injection to children aged 12 to 15. Six months later they extended the emergency use authorisation to 5 to 11-year-olds.
Before they first did this, deaths among children were well below expected levels. But ever since they have increased substantially.
So much so, that by the 6th of November 2022, excess deaths among children across Europe had increased by a shocking 552%. With an 848% increase recorded up to the end of 2021, and a 444% increase recorded so far in 2022.
EuroMOMO is a European Mortality Monitoring Project with official authorisation to collate and publish statistics given to them by the Governments of countries across Europe.
The organisation’s latest publication includes death statistics for 27 participating countries across Europe (they do not include Ukraine) up to week 44 of 2022.
The following chart is taken directly from the EuroMOMO publication and shows the number of excess deaths (not total deaths) among children aged 0 to 14 across Europe –
As you can see from the above, 2022 has been a record-breaking year for excess deaths among children, beating the previous five years by a mile, and recording deaths way above expected levels.
But what’s most curious about the above chart is when this substantial increase in excess deaths among children started.
According to EuroMOMO, the increase in excess deaths started to occur around week 2022 of 2021.