Top Study Directly Links Covid Shots to Global Excess Deaths

A major new peer-reviewed study into the “unprecedented” global excess deaths figures has concluded that Covid mRNA shots are directly responsible.

The large-scale study analyzed the mortality data from 47 individual countries and was published in the world-renowned British Medical Journal (BMJ).

The scientists concluded that the Covid mRNA injections are to blame for the soaring excess deaths seen around the world since the pandemic.

Researchers from The Netherlands analyzed data from 47 Western countries and discovered there had been more than three million excess deaths since 2020.

They found that the trend continued despite the rollout of vaccines and containment measures which were meant to protect the public from COVID-19.

They said the “unprecedented” figures “raised serious concerns.”

They are now calling on governments to fully investigate the role of vaccines in the mass deaths of humans on a global scale.

Writing in the BMJ Public Health, the authors from Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, said:

“Although COVID-19 vaccines were provided to guard civilians from suffering morbidity and mortality by the COVID-19 virus, suspected adverse events have been documented as well.

“Both medical professionals and citizens have reported serious injuries and deaths following vaccination to various official databases in the Western World.”

They added: “During the pandemic, it was emphasised by politicians and the media on a daily basis that every COVID-19 death mattered and every life deserved protection through containment measures and COVID-19 vaccines.

“In the aftermath of the pandemic, the same moral should apply.”

The study found that across Europe, the U.S., and Australia there had been more than one million excess deaths in 2020, at the height of the pandemic.

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However, this figure increased after the pandemic.

The study found that, after the injections were rolled out for public use, 1.2 million excess deaths were recorded in 2021 and 800,000 in 2022.

They warned that side effects linked to the Covid vaccine had included ischaemic stroke, acute coronary syndrome and brain hemorrhage, cardiovascular diseases, coagulation, hemorrhages, gastrointestinal events, and blood clotting.

German researchers have pointed out that the onset of excess mortality in early 2021 in the country coincided with the rollout of vaccines.

The research team said this “warranted further investigation.”

However, more recent data regarding side effects has remained hidden from the public, they noted.

Countries are keeping their own individual databases of harms, which rely on self-reporting by the public and doctors, the experts warned.

The discussion section of the study is particularly damning for both the vaccines and “containment” measures.

The scientists note that deaths were highest when these were both in operation.

In addition, the scientists suggest that deaths were often listed as being caused by Covid without considering other factors such as vaccines.

“Autopsies to confirm actual death causes are seldom done,” they warn.

The study also found that the largest increase in excess deaths was caused by heart failure.

As Slay News has reported, Covid shots have been linked to cardiac-related deaths by multiple studies and leading experts.

It is a crisp summary of the current state of knowledge on post-pandemic excess deaths and is worth reading in full.

An extended excerpt follows:

This study explored the excess all-cause mortality in 47 countries of the Western World from 2020 until 2022.

The overall number of excess deaths was 3,098,456. Excess mortality was registered in 87% of countries in 2020, in 89% of countries in 2021, and in 91% of countries in 2022.

During 2020, which was marked by the COVID-19 pandemic and the onset of mitigation measures, 1,033,122 excess deaths (P-score 11.4%) were to be regretted.

A recent analysis of seroprevalence studies in this prevaccination era illustrates that the Infection Fatality Rate estimates in non-elderly populations were even lower than prior calculations suggested.

At a global level, the prevaccination Infection Fatality Rate was 0.03% for people aged <60 years and 0.07% for people aged <70 years.

For children aged 0-19 years, the Infection Fatality Rate was set at 0.0003%.

This implies that children are rarely harmed by the COVID-19 virus.

During 2021, when not only containment measures but also COVID-19 vaccines were used to tackle virus spread and infection, the highest number of excess deaths was recorded: 1,256,942 excess deaths (P-score 13.8%). Scientific consensus regarding the effectiveness of non-pharmaceutical interventions in reducing viral transmission is currently lacking.

During 2022, when most mitigation measures were negated and COVID-19 vaccines were sustained, preliminary available data counted 808,392 excess deaths (P-score 8.8%).

The percentage difference between the documented and projected number of deaths was highest in 28% of countries during 2020, in 46% of countries during 2021, and in 26% of countries during 2022.

This insight into the overall all-cause excess mortality since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic is an important first step for future health crisis policy decision-making.

The next step concerns distinguishing between the various potential contributors to excess mortality, including COVID-19 infection, indirect effects of containment measures and COVID-19 vaccination programmes.

Differentiating between the various causes is challenging. National mortality registries not only vary in quality and thoroughness but may also not accurately document the cause of death.

The usage of different models to investigate cause-specific excess mortality within certain countries or subregions during variable phases of the pandemic complicates elaborate cross-country comparative analysis.

Not all countries provide mortality reports categorised per age group. Also testing policies for COVID-19 infection differ between countries.

Interpretation of a positive COVID-19 test can be intricate.

Consensus is lacking in the medical community regarding when a deceased infected with COVID-19 should be registered as a COVID-19 death.

Indirect effects of containment measures have likely altered the scale and nature of disease burden for numerous causes of death since the pandemic.

However, deaths caused by restricted healthcare utilisation and socioeconomic turmoil are difficult to prove.

A study assessing excess mortality in the USA observed a substantial increase in excess mortality attributed to non-Covid causes during the first two years of the pandemic.

The highest number of excess deaths was caused by heart disease, 6% above baseline during both years.

Diabetes mortality was 17% over baseline during the first year and 13% above it during the second year.

Alzheimer’s disease mortality was 19% higher in year 1 and 15% higher in year 2.

In terms of percentage, large increases were recorded for alcohol-related fatalities (28% over baseline during the first year and 33% during the second year) and drug-related fatalities (33% above baseline in year 1 and 54% in year 2).

Previous research confirmed profound under-reporting of adverse events, including deaths, after immunisation.

Consensus is also lacking in the medical community regarding concerns that mRNA vaccines might cause more harm than initially forecasted.

French studies suggest that COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are gene therapy products requiring long-term stringent adverse events monitoring.

Although the desired immunisation through vaccination occurs in immune cells, some studies report a broad biodistribution and persistence of mRNA in many organs for weeks.

Batch-dependent heterogeneity in the toxicity of mRNA vaccines was found in Denmark.

Simultaneous onset of excess mortality and COVID-19 vaccination in Germany provides a safety signal warranting further investigation.

Despite these concerns, clinical trial data required to further investigate these associations are not shared with the public.

Autopsies to confirm actual death causes are seldom done.

Governments may be unable to release their death data with detailed stratification by cause, although this information could help indicate whether COVID-19 infection, indirect effects of containment measures, COVID-19 vaccines or other overlooked factors play an underpinning role.

This absence of detailed cause-of-death data for certain Western nations derives from the time-consuming procedure involved, which entails assembling death certificates, coding diagnoses and adjudicating the underlying origin of death.

Consequently, some nations with restricted resources assigned to this procedure may encounter delays in rendering prompt and punctual cause-of-death data.

This situation existed even prior to the outbreak of the pandemic.

A critical challenge in excess mortality research is choosing an appropriate statistical method for calculating the projected baseline of expected deaths to which the observed deaths are compared.

Although the analyses and estimates in general are similar, the method can vary, for instance, per length of the investigated period, nature of available data, scale of geographic area, inclusion or exclusion of past influenza outbreaks, accounting for changes in population ageing and size and modelling trend over years or not.

Our analysis of excess mortality using the linear regression model of Karlinsky and Kobak varies thus to some extent from previous attempts to estimate excess deaths… [discussion of some studies on excess deaths] …

Although all the above-mentioned studies used more elaborate statistical approaches for estimating baseline mortality, Karlinsky and Kobak argue that their method is a trade-off between suppleness and chasteness.

It is the simplest method to captivate seasonal fluctuation and annual trends and more transparent than extensive approaches. …

In the conclusion of the study, the scientists issued a plea to governments around the world to act on the findings.

“In conclusion, excess mortality has remained high in the Western World for three consecutive years, despite the implementation of COVID-19 containment measures and COVID-19 vaccines,” the researchers write.

“This is unprecedented and raises serious concerns.

“During the pandemic, it was emphasized by politicians and the media on a daily basis that every COVID-19 death mattered and every life deserved protection through containment measures and COVID-19 vaccines.

“In the aftermath of the pandemic, the same moral should apply.

“Every death needs to be acknowledged and accounted for, irrespective of its origin.

“Transparency towards potential lethal drivers is warranted.

“Cause-specific mortality data therefore need to be made available to allow more detailed, direct, and robust analyses to determine the underlying contributors.

“Postmortem examinations need to be facilitated to allot the exact reason for death.

“Government leaders and policymakers need to thoroughly investigate underlying causes of persistent excess mortality and evaluate their health crisis policies.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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