A new scientific report challenges the idea that COVID-19 vaccines have prevented deaths after researchers assessed all-cause mortality in 17 countries and found that COVID-19 vaccines didn't have any beneficial effect on reducing mortality. Instead, researchers found that unprecedented peaks in high all-cause mortality in each country—especially among the elderly population when COVID-19 vaccines were deployed—coincided with the rollout of third and fourth booster doses.
Researchers found that the overall risk of death induced by COVID-19 vaccines is significantly higher than previously reported in data from clinical trials, adverse event monitoring, and cause-of-death statistics obtained from death certificates.
All-cause mortality is the death rate from all causes of death for a population in a specific time period. This is the most reliable data for detecting and epidemiologically characterizing events driving death and for measuring the population-level impact of any surge or collapse in deaths from any cause.
"All-cause mortality is a good feature to use in statistical medical analyses since there is no ambiguity in whether someone has died or not," Stephanie Seneff, a senior research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), told The Epoch Times in an email. "It is highly disturbing that these authors have found a consistent trend among 17 countries showing a significant increase in all-cause mortality coinciding with extensive COVID vaccine rollout. Their estimate of 1 death for every 800 injections globally is alarming."
Key FindingsThe researchers conducted an analysis of all-cause mortality using data from the World Mortality Dataset for 17 equatorial and Southern Hemisphere countries: Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Malaysia, New Zealand, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Suriname, Thailand, and Uruguay. Equatorial countries have no summer and winter seasons, so there are no seasonal variations in their all-cause mortality patterns.
These countries make up 9.1 percent of the global population and 10.3 percent of worldwide COVID-19 injections—with a vaccination rate of 1.91 injections per person of all ages—and include nearly every COVID-19 vaccine product and manufacturer across four continents.
- In all countries included in the analysis, all-cause mortality increased when COVID-19 vaccines were deployed.
- Nine of the 17 countries had no detectable excess deaths following the World Health Organization’s March 11, 2020, declaration of the pandemic until the beginning of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign.
- Unprecedented peaks in all-cause mortality were observed in January and February of 2022, coinciding with or following the rollout of booster shots in 15 of the 17 countries studied.
- Excess all-cause mortality during the vaccination period beginning in January 2021 was 1.74 million deaths—or 1 death per 800 injections—in the 17 countries studied.
- The vDFR increased exponentially with age, reaching almost 5 percent among those 90 years and older who received a fourth vaccine dose.
Peaks in All-Cause Mortality Coincide with Booster DosesUsing mortality and vaccination data from Chile and Peru by age and dose number, researchers observed clear peaks in all-cause mortality in July 2021 through August 2021, January 2022 through February 2022, and July 2022 through August 2022 among elderly age groups. The increase in all-cause mortality observed in January and February of 2022 in both countries coincided with the rapid rollout of Chile’s fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose and Peru’s third dose.
It's unlikely that the rise in all-cause mortality (ACM) coinciding with the rollout and sustained administration of COVID-19 vaccines in all 17 countries could be the result of any cause other than the vaccines, researchers said.
In Chile and Peru, the vDFR increased exponentially with age and was most significant for the most recent booster doses, resulting in 1 death per 20 injections of vaccine dose for those older than age 90. This pattern was similar to data that the same researchers collected in Australia.
“Synchronicity between the many peaks in ACM (in 17 countries, on 4 continents, in all elderly age groups, at different times) and associated rapid booster rollouts allows this firm conclusion regarding causality and accurate quantification of COVID-19-vaccine toxicity,” the researchers wrote.
Researchers Found No Evidence COVID-19 Vaccines Improved MortalityThe researchers said that their findings are conclusive and the associations observed are numerous and systematic. They couldn't find a single counter-example showing that COVID-19 vaccines improved all-cause mortality.
“If vaccines prevented transmission, infection, or serious illness, then there should be decreases in mortality following vaccine rollouts, not increases, as in every observed elderly age group subjected to rapid booster rollouts. And, mortality would not increase solely when vaccines are rolled out, where no excess mortality occurs before vaccine rollouts, as we have documented here, in nine countries across three continents,” the researchers wrote.