The Connection Between COVID Boosters and Excess Deaths
The pandemic may be slowing down, but in its wake excess deaths are going up — and their connection to the COVID-19 booster shots is undeniable.
In England and Wales alone, deaths are 12.3% above the five-year average, and about two-thirds of them — 804 out of 1,232 — are not COVID infection-related. And, graphs show the distinct connection to the shots and boosters.
Triple Heart Problems Linked to This COVID Shot
While public health agencies continue to downplay the seriousness of adverse events after the receipt of the experimental mRNA jabs for COVID, a new study shows that one drug maker’s shot may cause as much as triple the rates of pericarditis and myocarditis.
Researchers said the rates of Moderna’s shot were 35.6 and 22.9 per million doses, respectively, for Moderna compared to 12.6 and 9.4 per million for Pfizer. Men and younger recipients were found to be affected the most.
Still, the scientists insisted that the side effects are “extremely rare” and “self-limiting.” Despite what the officials say, MSN reports that many medical professionals are questioning the shots’ safety and have “pulled back on recommending the mRNA vaccines for young men in particular due to the less favorable risk-reward balance compared to other demographic groups.”
Is the COVID Booster Worth It? Israeli Study Casts Doubt on Its Effectiveness
By the end of January 2022, 6.1 million Israelis had received two doses of the COVID shots; of that number, two-thirds, or about 4.4 million had received three doses. Yet, despite the high vaccination rates, the country experienced what they call an “unprecedented” number of COVID infections.
This triggered another vaccination campaign to put a fourth shot into citizens’ arms. What scientists have learned now is that “overall the presumed vaccination-related immunity to SARS-CoV-2 has only a negligible long term (>70-days)” effect on transmissibility of the virus.
So, is the risk of all the reported adverse events worth such a short period of presumed protection? According to the researchers:
“The demonstrated short-lived immunity and rapid waning on one hand, combined with the limited impact on population on the other, may focus the need for boosters for high-risk groups only, with immediate impact on vaccination campaigns and public health measures upon disease resurgence.”