The ‘JCVI has previously suggested COVID-19 immunization of all adults aged 18 years and over in the UK, as well as vaccination of some specified populations under the age of 18′, according to the same study.
The report later states that ‘young persons aged 16 to 17 years of age who are at higher risk of serious COVID-19, as currently stated out in the Green Book, should continue to be offered COVID-19 vaccine’.
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Official NHS statistics from the ‘Covid-19 weekly announced vaccinations 01 July 2021 – amended’, which can be obtained here and accessed on the NHS website here, shows that 147,123 people were vaccinated between December 8, 2020, and June 27, 2021.
We can confirm that all previous NHS documents do not include an under 18 age group, so we can assume that the week of June 20th – 27th was the first week that thousands of under 18s began receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, despite the JCVI’s advice that all healthy 16 and 17 year-olds should be offered Covid-19 vaccination not being published until August.
So we looked at official Office for National Statistics (ONS) statistics on fatalities registered weekly to check if there has been an increase in deaths in those aged 15 to 19 since the Covid-19 vaccine was rolled out to this age range, and we found the following.
This shows that between June 19th and September 17th, 2021, the number of deaths among teens aged 15 and up was 47 percent higher than the number of deaths in this age group during the same period in 2020, and that the increase in deaths began at the same time that teens began receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.
Our examination of ONS data highlighted additional concerns concerning Covid-19 fatalities among people aged 15 to 19.
Since teens began receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, at least one Covid-19-related mortality has been recorded in seven of the thirteen weeks between June 19th and September 17th, according to the same 2021 ONS dataset. There were a total of 8 deaths throughout this time period.