Does UK-based Interim Analysis of CDC’s VAERS Reveals 5% of Deaths Likely Associated with COVID-19 Vaccine?

Does UK-based Interim Analysis of CDC’s VAERS Reveals 5% of Deaths Likely Associated with COVID-19 Vaccine?

Recently, a group of researchers working out of both the UK (Queen Mary University, University of Birmingham, Network Rail, Health Informatics and Knowledge Engineering Research Group) and New Zealand (Massey University) conducted a study, in the form of a preliminary analysis, of adverse events associated with the COVID-19 vaccine. Titled “Analysis of COVID-19 vaccine death reports from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting Systems (VAERS),” the authors conclude with a sample of the early death data reported in VAERS—this equates to 250 out of the 1,644 deaths recorded up to April 2021. The interim analysis authors asked what many consider a supreme question here given growing concern, at least among some societal cohorts about the COVID-19 vaccine program: are the COVID-19 vaccines, currently under emergency use authorization (EUA) in America a cause or contributor to any deaths? The researchers counter the common disclaimer that contribution to the VAERS database comes solely from the lay public, hence the data is wildly unreliable. Not the case here, suggests the study authors, vowing that “at least 67%” originate from health service employees.” The study authors further posit ...

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