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The covid vaccine injury and death toll on children – nearly 5,000 serious reports and at least 18 deaths

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FROM the eve of the announcement so many of us dreaded, that young people aged 12-15 would be offered the covid vaccine, TCW raised the alarm and championed the rights and health of our children in a sustained, heartfelt campaign. 

As we know, this ‘offer’ continued in swift order down to six-month-old babies, despite the University College London finding that absolute risk of death from Covid-19 in children is two in a million.

The TCW sentiment was summarised by Kathy in August 2021: ‘Make no mistake, this decision is egregious, immoral and indefensible. All decent citizens must stand up to this vaccine assault on the nation’s children.’

At the other end of the spectrum, Sally Beck’s recent articulation of the distressing experiences involving our precious elderly living in care homes who were abandoned to die reminded me of the quote attributed to Hubert Humphrey who served as US Vice President in the 1960s. He said: ‘The ultimate moral test of any government is the way it treats three groups of its citizens. First, those in the dawn of life — our children. Second, those in the shadows of life — our needy, our sick, our handicapped. Third, those in the twilight of life — our elderly.’

Those of us who were sharing informed consent information and advocating loudly about the absence of safety evidence and the already observed vaccine risks for children during 2020/2021 found ourselves drowned out by the health authorities’ implacable line and promotion of the vaccine for children, unable to reach those human beings around us who just couldn’t get to hear us – the parents, teachers, healthcare professionals, regulators and potentially Gillick competent young people. It is challenging to know how to bridge the spectrum of emotions that result.

That battle is not over. Adding to many others’ determination to keep visible the effects experienced by these children and young people, I have conducted a special retrospective investigation of covid vaccine adverse events report for 0-19-year-olds which combines historical and currently available extracted data from the Medical Health products and Regulatory Authority (MHRA) Yellow Card interactive reporting format, with as much representative accuracy as is possible. The full details can be found below.

Reviewing the data I found that by the end of 2021, serious* and fatal Yellow Card reports filed to the MHRA directly by healthcare professionals (not by patients or carers or drug companies) for 0-19-year-olds that involved the Pfizer-monovalent vaccine, added up to a total of 1,555 adverse reaction in reports filed for 533 children/young people.

This raised alarm bells at the time for many, including the HART group who highlighted the signals that Covid-19 vaccines may have caused death in children and young adults. My examination of the data for the period since then, from 2022 to the current time in 2024, has revealed a further 505 reactions that have been reported as serious* or fatal by healthcare professionals alone for 173 children and young people involving the Pfizer-monovalent. 

If we consider the overall adverse event reports of 0-19-year-olds involving Pfizer-monovalent vaccines for all years, reported by patient, carers as well as  healthcare professionals, both directly to the MHRA and to the pharmaceutical company, we find that there have been 18,267 reaction types reported in 1991 non-serious, 4,703 serious* and 12 fatality-related reports so far. 

Yet still today, any young person aged 12 and older can pay for a private covid vaccine to be administered to them at Boots.

I also found that over the peak period of school age covid vaccine administration between 2021-2022, there were 11 serious reports that resulted in fatality for the Pfizer-monovalent vaccine – eight young females and three young males. The adverse reactions involved in these deaths included cardiac arrest, stroke, cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, bronchospasm and obstruction, lung cancer, paralysis and cerebral haemorrhage.

In 2023, MHRA offered a short statement on adverse event prevalence among under 18-year-olds. It stated that this was ‘similar to that identified in the general population and to date no additional safety topics specific to this age group have been identified’.  

To those of us familiar with the adult adverse event report data, this was a chilling and incredibly concerning assertion.

In the drug company information leaflet, the overall ‘safety’ profile of Pfizer (Comirnaty) lists the following side effects in adolescents as ‘acceptable’ to experience, taken from study data: injection site pain (> 90%), fatigue and headache (> 70%), myalgia and chills (> 40%), arthralgia and pyrexia (> 20%), and in children 5 to 11 years: injection site pain (> 80%), fatigue (> 50%), headache (> 30%), injection site redness and swelling (≥ 20%), myalgia, chills, and diarrhoea (> 10%).

Their concurrent statement in Section 5.1 of the drug information leaflet states that ‘the licensing authority has deferred the obligation to submit the results of studies with Comirnaty in the paediatric population in prevention of Covid-19’.

Firstly, how and why could that possibly be in the realms of what is appropriate for the MHRA to accept in the authorisation review? And secondly, how are the above ‘acceptable’ adverse events proportional or appropriate to inflict on our precious children or young people with unknown and unstudied consequences? The TCW article in April 2022 titled ‘The scandalous absence of child vaccine damage information’ appears increasingly to be a fact rather than opinion. 

A glimpse into the world of those brave souls such as Barbara Loe Fisher who have been championing vaccine risk awareness for decades will demonstrate a vast array of evidence that indicates the foolishness of considering only short-term symptoms rather than the longer-term sequel as evidence of safety. Is this the reason Andrew Bridgen MP is noticing that UK politicians are abandoning the ‘safe and effective’ narrative? 

Finally, the last available child and young people (under-18s) brand dose count with related adverse events to be published was on December 1 2022 (although several hundred severely immunosuppressedchildren have been administered covid vaccine boosters since). It showed:

 • Pfizer – 4,200,000 children (1st doses) + 2,900,000 (2nd doses) + 400,000 (mono)/52,500 (bivalent) boosters resulting in 4,205 Yellow Cards

 • AstraZeneca – 11,400 children (1st doses) + 8,500 (2nd doses) + ‘extremely limited boosters’ resulting in 267 Yellow Cards (an adverse event reporting rate of 1 in 43)

 • Moderna – 2,100 children (1st doses) + 2,000 (2nd doses) + 32,400 (mono) /1,000 (bivalent) boosters resulting in 39 Yellow Cards

 • Brand Unspecified – 37 Yellow Cards

This adds up to a total Yellow Card adverse event count for under-18s (up to November 23 2022) of 4,548.

In the year and eight months since then, and including the 18-19-year-old vaccinated population, the number of adverse event reports has reached nearly 10,000.

This raises the question of how many of our young people and children, many of whom had decisions made on their behalf, are still suffering adverse impacts from the covid vaccine they received, perhaps with life-limiting consequences – the recipient and their families getting to grips with what ‘living in the shadows’ means in our society? Worrying too is the level of acknowledged (by the MHRA) underreporting, meaning that among our children and young people the number of adverse events is most likely to be at least ten times the published figures. 

When considering the reported figures below, just remember that each number is a child or young person. Children or young people who were never at risk from covid, and who, as Boris Johnson made clear on Sky News, could not protect anyone around them by having this experimental treatment. 

This is our next generation, those who we may look to for care in our twilight years, now under assault from all directions. How must we respond?

MHRA Yellow Card reporting summary up to May 20 2024

Children & young people special report – 0-19 year olds

Interactive format data

Yellow Card Adverse Events Reported – Below combined totals from 0-9yr and 10-19yrs categories. Many totals are ‘retracted (^) due to less than 5 reports in line with MHRA duty of confidentiality to patients and reporters’. In this summary, totals are calculated as ‘one’ if <5, so should be read as ‘At least ***’

Total Yellow Card adverse event reports – 6,706 (Pfizer-mono) + 56 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 1,867 (AZ) + 43,225 (Moderna-mono) + 14 (Moderna-bivalent) + 56 (Unknown brand) = 9,483 children & young people impacted 

0-9yr old reports classified as non-serious by MHRA

154 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 30 (AZ) + 12 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 7 (Unknown) = 205

0-9yr old reports classified as SERIOUS* by MHRA

240 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 42 (AZ) + 11 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 296

10-19yr old reports classified as non-serious by MHRA

1,837 (Pfizer-mono) + 11 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 370 (AZ) + 253 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 10 (Unknown) = 2,482

10-19yr old reports classified as SERIOUS* by MHRA

4,463 (Pfizer-mono) + 42 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 1,423 (AZ) + 507 (Moderna-mono) + 10 (Moderna-bivalent) + 37 (Unknown) = 6,482

Total Fatal Reports – At least 12 (Pfizer-mono) + At least 1 (Pfizer-bivalent) + At least 2 (AZ) + At least 1 (Moderna-mono) + At least 1 (Moderna-bivalent) + At least 1 (Unknown) = At least 18 children & young people died 

0-9yr old reports classified as Fatal by MHRA

<5 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + <5 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) = at least 4

10-19yr old reports classified as Fatal by MHRA

11 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = at least 14

From the overall adult/child reports we know that 448 of fatality related reports are of ‘Unknown Age’ = 16.7 per cent, so how many more might be in the 0-19yr age group?

Total Reactions – 18,267 (Pfizer-mono) + 153 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 7,583 (AZ) + 2,457 (Moderna-mono) + 40 (Moderna-bivalent) + 123 (Unknown) = 28,623

Reaction types 

• More than one reaction may be included in one report – partial listing

• According to MHRA these reactions may represent less than 10 per cent of actual experienced reactions due to under-reporting rates

Blood & Lymphatic Disorders – 510 (Pfizer-mono) + 8 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 43 (AZ) + 24 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 586

Cardiac Arrhythmias – 205 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 37 (AZ) + 18 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 263

Myocardial & Pericardial Disorders – 165 (Pfizer-mono) + at least 2 (AZ) + 30 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 198

Tinnitus & Vertigo – 57 (Pfizer-mono) + 15 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) = 73

Ear Pain & Hearing Losses – 47 (Pfizer-mono) + 18 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) = 66

Eye Pain & Swelling – 100 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 33 (AZ) + 8 (Moderna-mono) = 142

Vision Disorders – 126 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 27 (AZ) + 15 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 170

Diarrhoea – 198 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 69 (AZ) + 20 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 290

Gastrointestinal & Abdominal Pain – 260 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 121 (AZ) + 34 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) = 417

Nausea & Vomiting – 1,205 (Pfizer-mono) + 12 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 596 (AZ) + 192 (Moderna-mono) + 5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 6 (Unknown) = 2,016

Febrile Disorders – 773 (Pfizer-mono) + 9 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 754 (AZ) + 162 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 5 (Unknown) = 1,704

Fatigue & Malaise – 1,046 (Pfizer-mono) + 9 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 483 (AZ) + 135 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 1,675

Pain & Discomfort incl Chest Pain – 1,006 (Pfizer-mono) + 11 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 294 (AZ) + 142 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 5 (Unknown) = 1,459

Immune System Disorders – 113 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 21 (AZ) + 13 (Moderna-mono) = 148

Infections & Infestations incl Chest, Herpes & Coronavirus – 462 (Pfizer-mono) + 8 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 107 (AZ) + 33 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 612

Injury, Poisoning & Procedural Complications – 284 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 155 (AZ) + 43 (Moderna-mono) + 5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 489

Musculoskeletal & Connective Tissue Disorders – 1,449 (Pfizer-mono) + 8 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 837 (AZ) + 186 (Moderna-mono) + <<5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 7 (Unknown) = 2,488

Nervous System Disorders – 3,434 (Pfizer-mono) + 30 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 1,636 (AZ) + 512 (Moderna-mono) + 12 (Moderna-bivalent) + 17 (Unknown) = 5,641

• Of which Cranial Nerve Disorders – 85 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 7 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 95

• Of which Headaches & Migraines – 1,302 (Pfizer-mono) + 13 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 890 (AZ) + 204 (Moderna-mono) + 5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 5 (Unknown) = 2,419

• Of which Paralysis & Paresis – 122 (Pfizer-mono) + 147 (AZ) + 23 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 294

• Of which Co-ordination & Balance Disturbances – 14 (Pfizer-mono) + 8 (AZ) = 22

• Of which Disturbances of Consciousness incl Fainting – 630 (Pfizer-mono) + 7 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 113 (AZ) + 87 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 838

• Of which Dizziness – 559 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 225 (AZ) + 115 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna Bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 902

• Of which Paraesthesias & Dysaesthesias – 188 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 91 (AZ) + 20 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna Bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 302

• Of which Seizures – 187 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 46 (AZ) + 11 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 246

Pregnancy Conditions – 7 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (AZ) = 8

Psychiatric Disorders incl Anxiety, Delirium, Depression, Psychotic & Sleep Disorders – 378 (Pfizer-mono) + 178 (AZ) + 50 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 607

Renal & Urinary Disorders – 43 (Pfizer-mono) + 11 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 56

Reproductive/Breast Disorders – 826 (Pfizer-mono) + 89 (AZ) + 71 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 12 (Unknown) = 999

• Of which Menstrual Cycle & Uterine Bleeding – 717 (Pfizer-mono) + 70 (AZ) + 59 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 12 (Unknown) = 859

• Of which Breast Disorders – 27 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) = 29

Respiratory Disorders – 1,038 (Pfizer-mono) + 12 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 200 (AZ) + 98 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 10 (Unknown) = 1,359

Skin Disorders – 1,465 (Pfizer-mono) + 7 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 389 (AZ) + 208 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 23 (Unknown) = 2,093

Vascular Disorders – 319 (Pfizer-mono) + 94 (AZ) + 36 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 451

* MHRA definition of ‘serious’ – patient died, life threatening, hospitalisation, congenital abnormality, persistent or significant disability or capacity, deemed medically significant by MHRA medical dictionary or reporter

For full reports see here

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Jenny Brown is an independent healthcare professional with extensive nursing and natural health experience.

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