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New Evidence on Vaccine-Induced Fatality Shows Risk of Death Is High – Dr. Mercola

A ground-breaking review of U.S. and U.K. data shows that all age groups under age 50 are at greater risk of dying after the COVID-19 shots than an unvaccinated person is at risk of a COVID-19 death.

Not only that, the younger ages “incur significant risk,” the study finds. Specifically, the results by age cohort are that within the same or subsequent month of receiving a COVID “vaccine” inoculation:

• For those under age 18, vaccination increases their COVID death rate, and those under 18 are 51 times more likely to die from the inoculation than to die from COVID if not vaccinated.

• Those aged 18 to 29 are 16 times more likely to die from COVID vaccination than to prevent one COVID death and are eight times more likely to die from vaccination than to die from COVID if not vaccinated.

• Those aged 30 to 39 are 15 times more likely to die from COVID inoculation than to prevent one COVID death, and seven times more likely to die from the inoculation than to die from COVID if not vaccinated.

• Those aged 40 to 49 are nine times more likely to die from the COVID inoculation than likely to prevent one COVID death in this age group, and five times more likely to die from the inoculation than to die from COVID if not vaccinated.

• Those aged 50 to 59 are twice (two times) more likely to die from the COVID inoculation than to prevent one COVID death and are slightly more likely to die from the inoculation than to die from COVID if not vaccinated.

• Those aged 60 to 79 are virtually equally likely to die from the COVID inoculation as to prevent one COVID death or die from COVID if not vaccinated.

• Those aged 80+ are 0.13% less likely to die from the COVID inoculation than to die from COVID if not vaccinated.

SOURCE: Steve Kirsch-Stephanie Seneff February 13, 2022