Science Direct Reveals Age-Stratified Infection Fatality Rate of COVID-19

Science Direct Reveals Age-Stratified Infection Fatality Rate of COVID-19

Science Direct is addressing the age-stratified infection fatality rate of COVID-19 in the non-elderly population. Check out the official report and the numbers below.

Numbers that show the infection fatality rate of covid 19 in non-elderly population 

Check out the following relevant tweet:

Someone commented the following: “They were told they died from covid it is more likely died with COVID they falsified the numbers & included people who died in car cashes but had tested positive within 30 days, same with cancer & others, it was all false to scare people.”

Another follower made sure to highlight the following: “And that’s for a population with high rates of obesity and all manner of chronic disease from unhealthy lifestyle and environmental toxins. 60 yrs ago those infection fatality rates would have been half of that.”

CDC releases VAERS data

It seems that the CDC has just released its VAERS safety analyses for covid vaccines. Check out the latest reports below.

Here’s the tweet that sheds light on the matter:

The article that this tweet mentions reveals that “CDC’s VAERS safety signal analysis based on reports from Dec. 14, 2020 – July 29, 2022 for mRNA COVID-19 vaccines shows clear safety signals for death and a range of highly concerning thrombo-embolic, cardiac, neurological, hemorrhagic, hematological, immune-system and menstrual adverse events (AEs) among U.S. adults.”

The same notes continue and reveal the following:

“There were 770 different types of adverse events that showed safety signals in ages 18+, of which over 500 (or 2/3) had a larger safety signal than myocarditis/pericarditis.”

The notes also talk about the number of serious adverse events: 

“The CDC analysis shows that the number of serious adverse events reported in less than two years for mRNA COVID-19 vaccines is 5.5 times larger than all serious reports for vaccines given to adults in the US since 2009 (~73,000 vs. ~13,000)”

We strongly suggest that you check out the original article in order to see all the numbers and effects by yourselves. 

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

Post Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.