COVID shots linked to plummeting fertility, study says

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

A German study has linked the experimental COVID-19 shots mandated by many governments, companies, and institutions over the last two years to a plummeting fertility rate.

The results come from Germany’s Federal Institute for Population Research, which reported a “strong association between the onset of vaccination programs and the fertility decline nine months after.”

Self-described sociologist/criminologist Josh Guetzkow posted links online to the information:

He reported that the study explained the fertility drop happened only after the “so-called vaccines” were introduced.

Consumers now know that the shots themselves are suspected of causing a multitude of additional problems, including a wide range of heart ailments, especially among young men. There’s been a startling development of people who advocated for the shots expressing regret for their actions.

The study, according to Infowars, explained, “Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, several countries faced short-term fertility declines in 2020 and 2021, a development which did not materialize in Scandinavian and German-speaking countries. However, more recent birth statistics show a steep fertility decline in the aftermath…”

The documentation showed a 14% decline in Total Fertility Rate in Germany from 2021-2022. Sweden’s rate was down 10%.

The report added, “The fertility decline in the first months of 2022 in Germany and Sweden is remarkable. Common explanations of fertility change during the pandemic do not apply in its aftermath. The association between the onset of mass vaccinations and subsequent fertility decline indicates that people adjusted their behavior to get vaccinated before becoming pregnant, as societies were opening up with post-pandemic life conditions.”

The explanation continued that the implementation of shots in Germany and Sweden “coincided very well” with the change in fertility nine months later, and they remained at that reduced level through the first part of 2022.

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