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Lapstrake 48 points ago +48 / -0

So... 0.0036% is pretty small. However, all parents need to keep in mind the risk to their children of dying from Covid-19 if they catch it is 0.00004%. That's with four zeros. Or a 1/2,500,000 chance.

So what is 0.0036/0.00004 ? Well that would be how much you are increasing the risk of death to your child. That would be 90.

Increasing the risk of your child's death by 90 times.

Parents please don't listen to them. Do not get your kids vaccinated. They are lying to you.

Backed up by science:

See the bottom of page 5 for the table of actual risk of death for the various age groups. HIC = high income country. The '> 0' column means diabetes, obese, or some other health problem.

https://www.cgdev.org/sites/default/files/predicted-covid-19-fatality-rates-based-age-sex-comorbidities-and-health-system-capacity.pdf

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GetsTheNogginJoggin 9 points ago +9 / -0

You also have to remember that Harvard Medical School published a study estimating that only 1% of adverse events are ever reported to VAERS.

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Quasar 2 points ago +3 / -1

i worked for a VAERS and the number is probably close to the truth. There are a lot of people who are simply too lazy to report in, sometimes there are delays when it comes to the patients connecting with staff, and when we process the AE, that is not done with 100% accuracy. Sometimes the data are not interpreted as being serious or less serious. There is much human error involved. We are much better served by doing a clinical study with a large control group that is closely monitored over many years. I consider all the millions who have taken the jab so readily to be the largest control group to an experimental drug in the history of mankind.