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Mga Bata (The Children)! Britain's Children are Faring Poorly. There is No Data Available to Assess Outcomes for Children in the Philippines.
Data from Britain's Office for National Statistics show a stark increase in deaths among children both single- and double-jabbed compared to their un-jabbed counterparts.
Data coming out of UK, covering the period from January 1 to October 31, 2021 shows increased death outcomes for single and double covid-19 jabbed children compared to unjabbed children. Article here. Link to the data source here.
Single jabbed 10 - 14 year old children died 9.8 x more frequently than unjabbed children (45.1 vs 4.6 deaths / 100,000 person years).
Single jabbed 15- 19 year old adolescents died 1.8 x more frequently than unjabbed youth in the same age group (18.3 vs. 10.1 deaths / 100,000 person years).
The data was far more devastating for children and youth who had received two doses, particularly for the younger age group:-
Double jabbed 10 - 14 year old children died 52 x more frequently than unjabbed children (238.4 vs 4.6 deaths / 100,000 person years).
Double jabbed 15- 19 year old adolescents died 3.3 x more frequently than unjabbed youth in the same age group (32.9 vs. 10.1 deaths / 100,000 person years).
In the Philippines covid-19 vaccination of adolescents started on 15 October 2021, and vaccination of children started on 7 February 2022. We have no population based health or death outcome data available for assessment at this time.
The Philippines has considerable time lags in the release of population mortality data: the 2020 death data by age-group was not released until January of 2022 by the Philippines Statistics Authority (PSA). Given the ongoing population trial of the covid-19 vaccines, the early release of by age-group death data, on a monthly basis, to allow assessment of any changes in mortality patterns is urged.
Further, consideration to change death certification content to include of covid-19 vaccination status in all death certificates should also be prioritized to permit the collection of complete and relevant population information.