The Office for National Statistics (ONS) in the UK has quietly decided to cease publishing data on deaths by vaccination status, raising concerns about transparency and accountability.
Over the past two and a half years, the data released by the ONS has suggested a concerning trend: COVID-19 vaccinations may have negative effects on lifespan, with over 90% of COVID-19-related deaths occurring among the vaccinated population.
The initial dataset, released in late 2021, covered deaths by vaccination status from January 1st to July 31st, 2021. However, subsequent reports have contained progressively less data, prompting suspicions of concealment by the UK government. For instance, a report in December 2021 inadvertently revealed that COVID-19-vaccinated children faced up to 52 times higher mortality rates than their unvaccinated counterparts.
A significant revelation from the ONS data was that the mortality rates among the vaccinated population started to surpass those of the unvaccinated around May 2021. This trend continued across different age groups, with quadruple-vaccinated 18 to 39-year-olds being up to 318% more likely to die than their unvaccinated counterparts between January and May 2023.
In the case of teenagers and young adults, the mortality rates for the four-dose vaccinated group were consistently higher than those for the unvaccinated, averaging 256% more likely to die during the observed period. Similarly, for adults aged 40-49, the one-dose and four-dose vaccinated individuals were consistently more likely to die compared to the unvaccinated, with average mortality rates of 100% and 71% higher, respectively.
Crucially, these figures are based on mortality rates per 100,000 person-years, challenging the argument that higher vaccination rates could explain the disparities.
The ‘Deaths by Vaccination Reports’ also revealed a startling fact: over the past two years, 9 in every 10 COVID-19 deaths were among the vaccinated. The UK Health Security Agency initially provided this information in weekly reports but abruptly stopped including it from April 1, 2022. Despite claims that this was due to changes in testing policies, it appears to be an attempt to downplay the negative effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines, as highlighted by The Expose in October 2021.
The latest and purportedly final report from the ONS, covering deaths by vaccination status between April 1, 2021, and May 31, 2023, reinforces the concerning trend. Shockingly, 95% of COVID-19 deaths in England during this period were among the vaccinated, with 94% of those occurring among the quadruple vaccinated.
These findings, coupled with a decline in COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness, paint a bleak picture. The decision to stop publishing datasets appears less about utility and more about concealing the alarming impact of COVID-19 vaccinations. The figures underscore the need for public awareness and support for independent journalism to expose misinformation and uphold accountability.