US child deaths on the rise, partly blamed on ‘immune overreaction’

The CDC is reporting disturbing new statistics: deaths among US children rose in 2022.

That’s despite a record amount of money being spent on health care. The CDC doesn’t offer any thoughts as to why the increase.

Age-specific death rates from 2021 to 2022 increased for all groups aged 14 and under, according to the CDC.

For infants, the death rate increased 3.1% from 2021 to 2022.

In 2021, 543.6 infants died for every 100,000 live births. That rose to 560.4 deaths per 100,000 in 2022.

Put another way: In 2021, there were 19,920 deaths in babies under age one. In 2022, there were 20,553 deaths in babies under age one. That’s an increase of 633 deaths.

According to the CDC, there were “significant” increases in infant deaths due to “maternal complications and bacterial sepsis of newborns.”

“Bacterial sepsis” is defined as an immune system overreaction to an infection somewhere in the body, according to medical experts.

With fewer Covid-related deaths reported in 2022 than in 2020 and 2021, some experts expected death rates to improve across the board. Categories of adult deaths improved in 2022. But child death rates may not have improved because there is a near zero statistical chance of children dying of Covid in the first place, according to experts.

The CDC doesn’t discuss what could have happened in the 2021-2022 time period that might have resulted in more children dying, more newborns having immune system overreactions, and increased maternal complications.

In April of 2021, the CDC recommended Covid-19 shots for pregnant women, although there was no long term safety evidence.

In October of 2021, the FDA authorized emergency use of Covid vaccines to “prevent Covid” in children aged 5-11. Unfortunately, the vaccines turned out to be ineffective at preventing Covid, and carry risk of significant side effects.

On June 18, 2022, the CDC approved Covid vaccinations for babies and children aged 6 months and over.

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2 thoughts on “US child deaths on the rise, partly blamed on ‘immune overreaction’”

  1. I’ll bet on three things: 1) The immune overreaction is to the COVID vax, and 2) We will never find that out-from either the “health experts” or the scientific journals. 3) Also the Government will never admit to it.

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