In Germany, Some Groups Suspect COVID-19 Vaccination Deaths are Undercounted but Not the Majority

In Germany Some Groups Suspect COVID-19 Vaccination Deaths are Undercounted but Not the Majority

Peter Schirmacher with the University of Heidelberg in Germany reports that his group has studied 40 people who have died within two weeks of vaccination; he concluded that around 30% to 40% of the total did truly die from the vaccine. This particular researcher believes that the overall deaths following vaccination are underreported. Yet the mainstream here in Germany disagrees—such as the Standing Vaccination Commission and the prestigious Paul Ehrlich Institute. As is the case in most developed worlds, actually proving the vaccines cause deaths is very difficult. 

The Autopsy Project

Professor Schirmacher heads an autopsy project in the southwest set up so that physicians and researchers can better understand the disease. This particular COVID-19 autopsy project is supported by funding of about 1.8 million Euros per year. The findings, derived from an investigation into over 200 autopsies, have led to better treatment and ventilation of COVID-19 sufferers, reports Schirmacher. He has been a member of the National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina since 2012.

Science Minister Theresia Bauer (Greens) also went on the record, declaring, “The knowledge gained here helps ...

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