Countries around the world are seeing an explosion of sudden deaths among children and babies who have been vaccinated for Covid.
Sudden deaths among children across Europe were negative compared to the previous average throughout 2020 and 2021 until the European Medicines Agency (EMA) extended the Emergency Use Authorisation (EUA) of the COVID-19 vaccine to Children.
Curiously, from this point onwards, sudden deaths among children across Europe began to rise significantly up to the end of 2021.
They have continued to skyrocket to alarming levels throughout 2022 and 2023.
So much so, that thousands more children have lost their lives than expected ever since they were offered the Covid-19 injection.
In 2020, the first year of the alleged pandemic, excess deaths among children across Europe aged 0-14 were -511 according to EuroMOMO, the official database on deaths used by the EU.
This means 511 fewer children died than expected.
This trend continued in 2021 up to week 21 with -330 excess deaths.
This means 330 fewer children died than expected
But that trend was halted as soon as the European Medicines Agency extended emergency use authorization of the COVID-19 vaccine to children.
The EMA did this on 28th May 2021,