In the course of attending his math class on Zoom, my kid passed away. We are awaiting the results of the autopsy because the physicians were unable to discover anything.
Jack Bingham (LifeSiteNews) contributed to this report. According to a VAERS entry, a healthy 16-year-old boy from California died during a Zoom math class less than a month after receiving his second shot of Pfizer's COIVD-19 injection. The boy had previously received two shots of the drug.
Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), which is operated by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), received a report on July 13 from the boy's mother, who stated that her son died 27 days after receiving his second dose of Pfizer's experimental COVID-19 vaccine in April.
In the middle of his arithmetic class on Zoom, my kid passed away." According to the mother, "the physicians did not find anything, so we are waiting for the autopsy to be performed." "He was a healthy young man with a high academic index who wished to pursue a career as a civil engineer. "He was the nicest thing that ever happened to me."
According to the mother, under the "Diagnostic Lab Data" portion of the VAERS report, "He had no previous symptoms." There were no anomalies in his behavior when I was with him an hour previously, and my assistant saw him 20 minutes before that."
According to the report, the second dose was provided to the youngster on April 3, and the boy passed away on April 27.
Also noted is that the youngster had not been diagnosed with allergies, pre-existing ailments, illnesses or disabilities and had not been prescribed any prescriptions prior to his death, and that he had not been taking any medications at the time of his death. He was reportedly in the hospital for eight days, and it's unclear whether or not he was able to participate in the Zoom class because he had been released from the hospital.
Since the vaccination was made available to young people earlier this year, there have been several reports of youngsters being severely hurt or even dying as a result of the vaccine.
A report published in June by the Children's Health Defense looked at preliminary data surrounding the vaccination of children against COVID-19, and found that "the risk of developing myocarditis/pericarditis within 7 days of receiving the second dose is 32 times greater than expected for males and 9.5 times greater for females" after receiving the second dose.
It was found that the increased risk of acquiring myocarditis and pericarditis was identical among young individuals aged 18-24 years, with a risk of developing each disease 27 times more than expected in men.
More than 2 million probable adverse responses to the COVID-19 vaccines have been reported in the general public, with the biggest proportion occurring in young adults aged 18-44, according to the World Health Organization's own database.
Doctor Patrick Whelan, a pediatric specialist who specializes in treating children with multisystem inflammatory syndrome, says the spike protein found in vaccines is of particular concern for young people because it is a potentially lethal toxin that causes "microvascular injury to the brain, heart, liver, and kidneys in a way that does not appear to have been evaluated in safety trials of these potential drugs."
Despite widespread and in some cases mandated usage, all of the currently available COVID-19 so-called vaccinations have yet to complete clinical testing, with the earliest completion date scheduled for May 2023, according to the World Health Organization.
Dr. Paul Elias Alexander, an Oxford-educated epidemiologist and former COVID pandemic advisor to WHO-PAHO in Washington, D.C., discovered that children pose almost no statistical risk when it comes to the transmission of the virus, and even less risk when it comes to contracting the virus and becoming seriously ill as a result.
After reviewing the evidence and applying his substantial understanding of epidemiology, Alexander concluded that "under no circumstances should we expose children to the risks associated with [COVID] injections."
The VAERS database, according to attorney Thomas Renz, is "under-reported by a conservative factor of at least 5" based on an analysis of the currently available data, combined with sworn testimony from government whistleblowers.
LifeSiteNews spoke with Renz, who is confident enough in his claim that he intends to prove it in a court of law. Renz claims that, given the underreporting, the jabs are easily linked to a "conservative estimate" of 45,000 deaths in the United States alone.
Noted Texas cardiologist, Dr. Peter McCullough, responded to California Gov. Gavin Newsom's decision to mandate the vaccine for all kids by saying, "[The data] does not imply forced vaccination for youngsters." Contrary to popular belief, it requires an extraordinary, unyielding, and unshakable opposition to getting the children vaccinated. No matter what the circumstances are, it is simply not safe. Period.
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