Help! Need Citations for: “How can we protect children from Covid?” Paper
My GF is a student in a Nurse Practitioner Masters program and needs to write a paper to answer the question “How can we protect children and adolescents from Covid?” She has heard, and believes, Covid is a non-issue for children, but is required to do “research” of the literature to back up her paper. That means: SHE CANNOT JUST MAKE GENERALIZATIONS nor cite anecdotal information. She has been trying to find research studies to back up the position that Covid isn’t a danger for children. But she is not finding much. She just found a blog post from a pediatrician who says the vaccines are causing 63/1-million cases of myocarditis, but the blog didn’t cite a study to back up the assertion, so that is not very useful.
If I recall correctly, Chris Martenson or one of the community here recently said that the risk of death from Covid is less than the risk of death from the vaccine. Can anyone point me to the source of that assertion, where I can hopefully find something which can be referenced? Obviously the CDC isn’t making it easy to make an intelligent case against the vaccines. I’m hoping the community here might help.
Again, she can’t just say that the death rate from Covid doesn’t justify the risk of the vaccines. She needs citations to back up her argument. Anything about adverse effects from the vaccine vs adverse effects from Covid itself might be helpful. Thanks.
While I haven’t listened to this podcast by Dr. Peter McCullough, the list of questions that will be answered includes the following, which strongly suggests you might find it useful to listen to it:
– Vaccines are coming soon for children under 12. This is a big problem. How should I prove to my ex that my kid does not need a vax? Has the CDC come out with the survival rate for kids under 12? Hospitalization rate? Proof of VAERS events for kids under 18? If a kid doesn’t have an underlying condition, the risk doesn’t outweigh the benefit of a vax, right?
This is a start. You’ll find references to other articles in these also.
I just listened to the talk of Peter McCullough posted by Islandgirl. In it he refers to several recent papers. Keep paper and pencil at hand…