A former reporter for the New York Times, Alex Berenson, analyzed the official data from the UK government comparing the death rate of those who had been vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine with those who remained unvaccinated. He made a startling discovery. Those who had been vaccinated are dying at more than twice the rate of those who remained unvaccinated.
Below is a chart that illustrates the difference in the death rates. The chart reflects a comparison of deaths per 100,000 vaccinated persons against the deaths per 100,000 of unvaccinated persons. The graph shows that vaccinated persons are dying at more than twice the rate of unvaccinated persons. Berenson observed that “overall deaths in Britain are running well above normal.” That means that the higher number of deaths among vaccinated persons is an aberration that can only be explained by the variable: vaccination. That, in turn, means that there must be a causal link between vaccination and a higher death rate. Berenson drew the only logical conclusion from that data: “I don’t know how to explain this other than vaccine-caused mortality.”
I looked at the data in the Excel spreadsheet (table #2) prepared by the UK Government and did a little calculating of my own. My calculations confirm the findings of Alex Benson.
Interestingly, the data further shows that across the board the unvaccinated die at a lower rate than the population as a whole. It seems that the unvaccinated are healthier than the general population.
I found the exact opposite when I looked at the death rate of the vaccinated population. Those who are vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine die at a greater rate than the population as a whole. This suggests that the vaccinated population is less healthy than the general population.
This data confirms the research done regarding childhood vaccination. Children who receive childhood vaccinations are significantly less healthy than their unvaccinated counterparts.
I took the averages of the deaths per week during the reporting period from January 8, 2021, to September 24, 2021. I found that the average per week mortality rate was 14.6 per 100,000 persons for unvaccinated persons. Multiplying that figure by 52 weeks we arrive at a yearly mortality rate of 0.76%. That is lower than the average mortality rate of 0.94% for England as a whole.
But when I looked at the average per week mortality rate for those who received two COVID 19 vaccination shots I found that 26.58 persons out of 100,000 persons who received two doses died per week on average. That is an average yearly mortality rate of 1.4%. That mortality rate far exceeds the average mortality rate for England of 0.94%.
I found that on average per week 18.09 persons per 100,00 persons who received one dose of the vaccine died within 21 days of the first dose of the COVID vaccine. That matches the average yearly mortality rate of 0.94% for England.
But what was most remarkable was the mortality rate measured for those who died 21 more days after the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. I found that on average 30.04 per 100,000 persons died per week who received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine when their deaths happened 21 days or more after the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. That translates to an average yearly mortality rate of 1.6% for those who make it 21 days or more after the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. That is far above the average mortality rate in England of 0.94%.
In conclusion, the official data from the UK Government shows that those vaccinated with two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have a mortality rate of 1.4% which is almost twice the mortality rate (0.76%) of those who are unvaccinated. The average death rate for the entire English population, which includes vaccinated and unvaccinated, is 0.94%. Thus, the unvaccinated seems to die at a lower rate than the general population. Whereas, the vaccinated persons die at a greater rate than the general population.
When one realizes that the persons who die after the first shot are not around to get a second shot, one can reasonably conclude that the data for the post-second shot mortality rate understates the deadliness of the COVID-19 vaccines. That is a problem because the standard for reporting vaccine deaths is to report only those deaths 14 days or more after receiving the second shot as deaths of vaccinated persons. A person who only receives one COVID-19 shot or who dies within 14 days of the second shot is considered to be unvaccinated. Those persons are fall in the unvaccinated column even though the persons received one or even two vaccination shots. The UK data in this report is unusual in that it separately reports those who died after the first shot.
Below is the Excel spreadsheet with the raw data from which the above chart was derived.