Generally Healthy Kids Are Not Dying or Being Hospitalized Due to COVID-19
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Some people may argue that a vaccine is needed because even one child dying from COVID is too many.
While it is tragic that some children have died from COVID and that, indeed, even one death is too many, a 0.0003% fatality rate does not constitute an emergency necessitating vaccines that can potentially have fatal or debilitating adverse effects. If the argument, then, is that these effects are extremely rare, the same argument can be made that deaths from COVID among generally healthy children are also extremely rare.
On average, healthy U.S. children ages 0 to 14 are five times more likely to die in a car accident than from COVID-19. (Source)So why aren’t we declaring an emergency for children riding in automobiles?
Dr. Scott Jensen said: “I just don’t understand why we are so hell-bent on vaccinating kids under the age of 20 or 30 that have a statistically 0% chance of dying of COVID-19 disease. When we know that there are clearly evidences that this vaccine is problematic in ways we’ve never seen before, wherein the vaccine wasn’t pulled from the market.” (Source at 23:36)
So where is the COVID emergency for children? And if, indeed, there is no real emergency, why are we giving them an “emergency use” vaccine?
The preceding is an excerpt from the article Reasonable Questions Regarding COVID-19.