England: Vaccinated vs Unvaccinated Deaths Are Disturbing
On 6 July 2020, UK’s Office for National Statistics released their latest death count in England for the period 1 January 2021 to 31 May 2022. It should be noted that the population of England was approximately 56.5 million in March 2021.
As expected, the definitions are waffle. For example, since “involving COVID-19” is when it is “mentioned anywhere on the death certificate”, the cause of death is conveniently never clear.
As such, let’s look at both (‘COVID” and “Non-COVID”) for “unvaccinated” and “ever vaccinated” (which includes anyone who has received at least one dose).
Taking the figures as is and even without doing any statistical analysis, one can see the problem. If COVID is really that deadly, then one would expect more deaths for “COVID unvaccinated”. And if the so-called vaccine works, then “COVID Ever vaccinated” should not have more deaths than “COVID unvaccinated”.
As for Non-COVID deaths, one expects the “ever vaccinated” to dominate since it is reported that most of the population is considered vaccinated (approximately 90%). But even just looking at the graph or skimming the data, one can see the deaths exceed that proportion in some months (more like >95%).
Interestingly, the number of weeks after vaccination at which death occurs is also recorded. For example, the two graphs below show the death count for age groups 10–39 and 80–89. The figures are not cumulative.
Since the “12+” is for all deaths after 12 weeks and beyond, one expects those figures to be the highest. However, the increase in deaths in the initial weeks is higher than in later weeks, which should not occur if the vaccine is safe and all other causes are “business as usual”. Below are all deaths age 10+ presented cumulatively.
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