Study finds causal link between COVID vaccines and deaths, confirms 1 death for every 800 shots
September 28, 202319
In a new study, COVID-19 vaccines are estimated to cause an average of one death worldwide for every 800 shots across all age groups.
This is evident from a statistical analysis of mortality rates from a range of countries in the Southern Hemisphere and equatorial countries. The analysis was conducted by Correlation Research in the Public Interest, based in Canada, led by chief scientist Dr. Denis Rancourt of the University of Ottawa . The researchers estimate that around 17 million people died after the vaccine rollout, and with 13.5 billion shots administered during the study period, this averages out to 1 death per 800 doses, writes Cassie B.
If you take this a step further and look at the 677 million doses administered in America, this would mean that almost 850,000 Americans have died from the shot. However, the researchers admit that the US average could be lower as the study’s focus on the Southern Hemisphere meant it involved more people who received the Astra Zeneca injections which were later found to be toxic and withdrawn .
However, the figure of 1 in 800 is only an average; the risk of fatal toxicity per injection increased dramatically with age. Therefore, the researchers recommended that governments “immediately end the unfounded public health policy of prioritizing older residents for COVID-19 vaccine injections until valid risk-benefit assessments are conducted.”
Among the 17 countries surveyed on four continents were Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, Brazil, Colombia and Argentina. Together, the countries surveyed represent just over 9 percent of the world’s population and more than 10 percent of global vaccinations.
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The paper shows reports, analyzes and graphs showing a temporal link between the vaccines and spikes in all-cause mortality in each country. It is important to note that more than half of the countries studied had no observable increase in all-cause mortality following the World Health Organization’s global pandemic declaration in March 2020; it wasn’t until the vaccines and boosters were rolled out that things took a turn for the worse.
The researchers said that after their previous research showed a link between all-cause mortality spikes and mass vaccination in the US, Canada, Israel, Australia and India, they decided to look at other countries for which similar data was available to determine whether they had the same experienced some kind of synchronicity.
Excess mortality is a term for the number of recorded deaths from all causes during a crisis that exceeds the number of deaths in a particular place at that time of year under normal conditions.
To control for factors such as seasonality, to account for the fact that deaths from problems such as respiratory diseases generally peak in the winter months, they limited their research to countries without seasonal fluctuations, such as countries near the equator, and countries whose vaccines were rolled out in the summer.
Excess mortality only increased after the rollout of vaccines
Interestingly, the paper reports that nine of the 17 countries studied had no observable excess mortality in the year between the time the pandemic was announced and that country’s first vaccine rollout. In other words, the Philippines, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Uruguay, Paraguay and Thailand only experienced excess mortality after the vaccines were rolled out.
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The authors believe the evidence they have collected points to a causal link between the shots and the high mortality rates, citing adverse event monitoring, studies of vaccine-induced pathologies, vaccine injury compensation program payouts and autopsy studies.
They also rejected some common “alternative explanations” put forward by those who cannot accept the link between vaccines and mortality , such as that the changes are due to heat waves, conflict, earthquakes and the emergence of Covid variants .
They stated: “If vaccines prevented transmission, infection or severe disease, then there should be a decrease in mortality following vaccine rollout, and not an increase, as in every observed older age group subjected to a rapid rollout of boosters. ”
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