Ioannidis: The median IFR for kids is just 0.0003%, by Steve Kirsch

Were going to inject kids with risky vaccines against a non-risky virus. From Steve Kirsch at stevekirsch.substack.com:

If your kid gets COVID, the risk is 3 in 1 million that your child will die from COVID. And that is likely an over-estimate because today all early treatment protocols are suppressed worldwide.

I still haven’t heard of a single case where anyone under 19 who was healthy got COVID and died from COVID. Have you ever heard of such a case?

I have looked at the death records in Massachusetts and couldn’t find such a case.

In other words, for kids, there’s no emergency. There’s not even a PROBLEM here for kids!

John Ioannidis just came out with a paper on October 13, 2022 saying that the median IFR is 0.0003% for kids 0 to 19.

What that means is that in the event your child does get COVID, the chance your child will die is 3 in a million.

But it’s likely much less than even that number if your child takes a few drugs and supplements to further minimize the risk like I did. My treatment profile had ZERO side effects, and I had no long haul COVID symptoms and recovered very quickly.

In fact, just a simple saline nasal rinse done twice a day after infection reduces your risk of hospitalization by a factor of 8. Here’s the conclusion of the paper cited in that article:

SARS-CoV-2+ participants initiating nasal irrigation were over 8 times less likely to be hospitalized than the national rate.

So in light of virtually zero risk for kids, why would anyone get vaccinated with a vaccine which causes measurable cardiac injury in nearly 30% of the kids who get it?

Answer: Only someone who was misinformed by government/mainstream media propaganda would do this.

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One response to “Ioannidis: The median IFR for kids is just 0.0003%, by Steve Kirsch

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