Review of ONS Data Is Not Good News for the Vaccinated

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Covic-19 vaccine production process to protect human life, only ONS data suggests the opposite.

Without fanfare, the ONS finally released the latest Deaths by vaccination status, England between April 2021 and December 2022. This is a first glimpse, and while more clean-up needs to be done, no matter how you look at it, it’s not good for the vaccinated.

Joel Smalley put charts together for a better visual understanding.

Chart based on ONS data

The blue line shows the proportion of vaccinated people in England. The black line shows the proportion of deaths that received at least one vaccine.

If the black line is above the blue line, more vaccinated people are dying relative to the population.

According to Dead Man Talking, efficacy was never over 50% and went into negative territory for all age groups in 2022. That means more vaccinated people are dying in 2022 than in 2021. Interestingly the lower the age, the higher the VE [vaccine efficacy] – so the especially vulnerable, e.g., 80+, were never protected by the vaccine in the first place!

Go to Metatron’s substack to look at Smalley’s charts and mathematical calculations. He calculated VE – vaccine efficacy – against all-cause mortality.

Metatron concludes from the charts based on ONS data that efficacy was never over 50%. It went into negative territory for all age groups in 2022. That means more vaccinated people are dying in 2022 than in 2021. Interestingly the lower the age, the higher the VE. So, the especially vulnerable, e.g., 80+, were never protected by the vaccine in the first place!

  • The vaccine has never significantly protected the vulnerable 70+ from death.
  • It appears that the vaccine will lead to more deaths in 2022+.

THE DEFINING CLIPS

MP Julie Marson’s response to Smalley’s data review was to express her gratitude for vaccines.

“The COVID-19 vaccines have saved hundreds of thousands of lives, and I am grateful for the work of scientists all over the world who developed these.”

She would not address any of the ONS findings or Smalley’s data.


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