Infertility Pandemic: Number Of Births In Germany For January-April 2022 Period Plummets 12%
P Gosselin of No Tricks Zone
Germany has seen a “dramatic drop” in birthrate during the first 4 months of 2022, according to transitionnews.de, leading to rising suspicions over COVID vaccine safety.
“Compared to the previous year, the number of births has fallen by 12 percent – that’s about 25,000 fewer births in the first four months of 2022,” reports Sternfried Müller of transitionnews.de.
Chart source: transitionnews.de
The above chart shows the number of births for the January-April period each year since 2018. During the Corona years of 2020 and 2021, Germany saw a rise in the number of births, climbing to 250,000 births. But in 2022, the number of births mysteriously plummeted a whopping 12%!
Something unusual must have triggered the phenomenon. Going back 9 months prior to the January-April 2022 period takes us to the April to July 2021 period, which coincides with COVID vaccination of younger adults in earnest. Remarkably, Germany’s media have been silent on the latest published statistics, issued by the German Federal Statistical Office (Destatis).
The next transitionnews.de chart shows the monthly number of births and just how dismally 2022 lags so far compared to the previous years:
Chart source: transitionnews.de
A number of reasons have been proposed to explain the dramatic decline, among them fewer marriages. But that remains highly doubtful.
There are increasing suspicions that it is vaccine linked, as some studies already suggest: see here and here.
For the time being German authorities obstinately continue to remain in denial mode when it comes the the adverse effects of the COVID vaccines. Currently the Ministry of Health is gearing up to roll out another mass wave of vaccinations and restrictions in the run-up to the fall flu season.
See entire article at transitionnews.de (Browsers will translate)
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