Summarised by Centrist
In this article, Eugyppius discusses the recent leak of four million vaccination records from New Zealand’s “pay per dose” vaccine program. The records pertain to individual patients’ vaccine doses administered at various healthcare facilities. The leaked data prompted debates on vaccine-associated mortality rates.
The arrest of the leaker, Barry Young, and the over-the-top reaction by the Government cannot, according to the author, be evidence that Young’s allegations are correct.
The analysis challenges claims of a high vaccine-associated mortality rate and suggests that New Zealand’s mortality data over the past years do not support such claims. However, Eugyppius says:
“There does appear to be some unusual clustering of deaths in the early days after the first and second jabs, particularly in people under thirty years of age.”
He cautions, however, that these are deaths in the hundreds, not thousands.
Eugyppius recommends reading William Briggs’ in-depth report for further insights and encourages readers to consider multiple perspectives on the issue.