(NaturalHealth365) According to its website, EuroMOMO is a “European mortality monitoring activity, aiming to detect and measure excess deaths related to seasonal influenza, pandemics and other public health threats.” The company produces weekly updates on the number of deaths recorded in 20+ European countries of Europe within EuroMOMO’s collaborative network.
Incredibly, a careful look at EuroMOMO’s latest data reveals that there has been a significant increase in excess deaths among children aged 0-14 since the COVID-19 shots were authorized for these younger individuals. But is this obvious correlation being adequately investigated?
Despite pandemic winding down, Europe sees more deaths in 2022 than in previous two years
In an updated post dated “Week 39, 2022”, the European mortality monitoring activity notes that there has been “elevated excess mortality” observed among participating countries. EuroMOMO also writes that since mid-2021, “some unusual excess mortality signals have been observed in the age group of 0-14 years. EuroMOMO is looking into the possible explanation for these signals, in consultation with participating countries in the network.”
According to Expose News, EuroMOMO has now recorded nearly 10,000 MORE excess deaths in 2022 than it recorded in 2020 at the height of the pandemic. It has also officially recorded 11,661 more excess deaths in 2022 than it recorded in 2021, despite the fact there was an alleged huge Covid-19 wave of deaths at the beginning of 2021.
Anyone with even a basic level of critical thinking can certainly suggest at least one essential correlation that requires further investigation:
The rollout of the mRNA COVID shots. The first of these gene-based drugs was authorized for use in 5 to 11-year-old kids in Europe by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in late November 2021.
Importantly, EuroMOMO points out this caution in their week 39 release, when they state: “EuroMOMO does not collect any data beyond mortality data to answer questions about causality in observed mortality signals. Therefore, EuroMOMO’s outputs should not, in any way, be cited as ‘evidence’ for any underlying causes of unusual mortality patterns.”
These data do not prove causation, but correlation between excess deaths and COVID jabs cannot be ignored
Data on death rates in Europe are similarly concerning, according to recent data by other researchers, including the company Eurostat.
In a mid-September article on their website, Eurostat notes that excess mortality in the European Union hit +16% in July 2022, up from +7% in June and May. Reporting this as “an unusually high value,” Eurostat notes that the excess mortality rate in July 2020 was +3% in July 2020 and +6% in July 2021. Eurostat suggests unprecedented heat waves this past summer as a possible contributing factor.
But according to UK in a Changing Europe (“the authoritative source for independent research on UK-EU relations”), the UK’s Office for National Statistics reported 11,600 more deaths than average in July and August 2022, and “only a small fraction” of those deaths occurred during the infamous heatwave.
So, what else could be at play, if not primarily the heatwave? UK in a Changing Europe offers several hypotheses for the excess deaths in the United Kingdom, including:
Increased cardiovascular risk following COVID infection
Current delays for urgent treatment in the National Health Service (NHS)
Missed or delayed diagnoses earlier in the pandemic
In an extremely roundabout way of acknowledging the possible link between excess deaths and COVID shots, UK in a Changing Europe also says that there needs to be more investigation into international data before being able to discount “implausible suggestions such as harm arising from vaccination.”
We are not claiming that any of this data proves COVID shots are to blame for these untimely deaths, of course. But it’s very concerning to see mainstream agencies be so quick to ignore or downplay the possible role that these new mass-produced drugs could have … gaslighting, much?
We also would be remiss to overlook the physical and psychological impacts of other pandemic-related catastrophes like forced masks, lockdowns, and economic hardship. We can only hope with due diligence, the true nature of these mortality trends will be revealed and rectified.
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