A recent comprehensive analysis of 17 countries reveals a surprising connection between COVID-19 vaccine distribution and spikes in all-cause mortality.
Notably, over half of the countries studied displayed no noticeable rise in all-cause mortality until after the global pandemic declaration by the World Health Organization in March 2020. This data, encompassing 10.3% of the world’s population, underscores an unprecedented surge in all-cause mortality linked to vaccine rollouts.
The study’s statistical assessment of mortality data showed an elevated risk of fatality per injection, particularly with age, resulting in an estimated 17 million (± 500,000) COVID-19 vaccination-related deaths globally as of September 2, 2023. This staggering figure, surpassing previous reports by a factor of a thousand, raises serious questions about the efficacy and safety of the vaccines.
The research, authored by Denis Rancourt, Ph.D., Marine Baudin, Ph.D., Joseph Hickey, Ph.D., and Jérémie Mercier, Ph.D., highlights the need for thorough risk-benefit analyses before prioritizing elderly populations for COVID-19 vaccinations.
These findings challenge prevailing narratives, suggesting a compelling correlation between vaccine rollouts and mortality rates. The study’s rigorous approach, examining all-cause mortality data, provides a critical perspective on the pandemic’s impact on global health.