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Study links COVID vaccines to increased mortality across multiple countries

Summarised by Centrist 

New research findings challenge the notion that COVID vaccines have been beneficial in reducing deaths and, in fact, may be linked to increased all-cause mortality in at least 17 countries. 

While yet to be peer-reviewed, the report using data from the World Mortality Dataset found that the deployment of COVID vaccines coincided with significant peaks in all-cause mortality. 

This was particularly evident among the elderly, during the rollout of third and fourth booster doses.

The report’s findings indicate that the overall risk of death from COVID vaccines is much higher than previously reported in clinical trials and official adverse event monitoring systems. 

Researchers noted that nine out of the 17 countries studied had no detectable excess deaths until the vaccination campaigns began. 

Peaks in mortality were observed to align with booster shot rollouts in countries such as Chile and Peru, with a rate of one death per 800 injections overall. 

Editor’s note: While this report has not yet been peer-reviewed, we felt it important to bring attention to it nonetheless, as questions about whether to take another COVID vaccine are very topical and significant. 

We are not asserting that the report is correct; rather, we believe it is crucial to be aware that there are credible scientists who argue that the COVID vaccine was not a great success, but instead a huge tragedy. 

It is also notable that New Zealand continues to have very one-sided reporting on this issue.

Read more over at The Epoch Times

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