As of Oct 13, 2021, according to Statista.com, there were 499 deaths in the age group 0-17, and 3,739 deaths in the age group 18-29, out of a total of 700,900 deaths related to the coronavirus:
So basically of those 700,900 deaths, only 1 in 1404 school age children (allegedly) died from covid, and 1 in 187 in the 18-29 group, which is the typical university / college age group.
They are expecting now millions of individuals to inject themselves with experimental, untested, potentially gene-altering medication with unknown long-term risks, based on the fact that 499 + 3739 = 4,238 people in this age group have allegedly died from coronavirus related causes.
The population by age in the U.S. is as follows:
This means that the population in the U.S. for persons under 29 years old is roughly 107 million.
So to put this in perspective, according to our politicians, we should inject 107 million doses of vaccines (actually 214 million doses since they want two shots per person) to the age group where only 4,238 deaths occurred, which is 1 in 25248.
Does this sound like a justified, reasonable plan? A vaccine mandate that targets the age group that is the least affected by Covid?
Wouldn’t it make more sense to mandate vaccines for the 85+ age group, where over 193,000 deaths occurred (= 27.5% of all deaths)?
As we are seeing in various countries where vaccination rates are very high, such as Israel and Singapore, the vaccine isn’t even really working well. In addition, we have seen vaccines cause serious damage all over the world, especially in younger people.
I’m not sure what they are trying to achieve with this vaccine campaign, it doesn’t address the people who would benefit most from the vaccine, if there is any measure benefit in taking it at all, and injecting poisons in about 110 million children and young adults just because 4,000 died doesn’t make any sense from any perspective, neither medical, nor economical, especially since the vaccine causes serious reactions in a rather high percentage of people.
Is it about protecting our children?
How about this: “In 2021, it is estimated that 15,590 children and adolescents ages 0 to 19 will be diagnosed with cancer” (See cancer.gov). Since our children’s health is so important, wouldn’t it make more sense to do something about cancer and use the money for cancer instead? After all, covid only affected 4,000 children, and apparently cancer affects 4x as many.