DEADLY SHOT: Thousands die within weeks after COVID booster, UK government data confirms

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thousands-die-within-weeks-after-covid-booster(NaturalHealth365)  When official government data reveals a massive increase in deaths within a short amount of time following COVID booster doses – yet global governments continue to insist that everyone over the age of six months gets these shots, likely on an annual basis – it’s hard not to wonder if something sinister is going on.

Sinister, greedy, or just plain negligent?  Either way, a recent analysis of data from the United Kingdom sheds a worrisome light on the incidence of death post-jab for our neighbors across the Atlantic.

Over a span of just 3 months, 63,000 people in the UK died within weeks after getting their COVID booster, official UK data suggests

The website Exposé News has yet again sifted through a massive amount of data regarding COVID shots.  This time, the data comes from the United Kingdom’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), which, according to the UK government, is “responsible for collecting and publishing statistics related to the economy, population and society at national, regional and local levels.”

As Exposé News notes, recent data collected by the ONS – which was published on September 8, 2022, under the title “Characteristics associated with the risk of death involving coronavirus (COVID-19) among people receiving a booster vaccination, England: January to March 2022” – reveals that during the first three months of this year, 62,801 people died within an average of 7 weeks (48 days) after getting a COVID booster shot.  Of these deaths, 4,781 were allegedly attributed to COVID-19.

Even if those 4,781 boosted folks all truly died of a so-called COVID-19 virus – and not due to complications associated with the shot – isn’t that still a damning piece of evidence to share?  After all, here in America, we have the head of the White House COVID task force, Dr. Ashish Jha, brazenly claiming that “if you are up to date with your vaccines and if you get treated if you have a breakthrough infection, your risk of dying from COVID is now close to zero.”  But according to this recent data from the UK, that is obviously not true.

There is also the question of how and why the rest of the nearly 63,000 people died so soon after getting yet another COVID dose.  Can anyone truly say all these deaths are merely coincidental?  The temporal nature of these unfortunate deaths simply cannot be ignored … especially when these figures are compared to vax-free individuals.

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UK data shows vax-free folks have a significantly lower mortality rate than their vaxxed peers

Other recent datasets published by the ONS reveal additional concerning trends regarding the COVID booster bonanza.

Between January 1, 2021, and May 31, 2022, 1 in every 73 (or 13.7 per 1,000) Covid-19 vaxxed people in England had sadly died, compared to just 1 in every 172 (or 5.8 per 1,000) vax-free people.  See the following chart:

During this same time, vaxxed individuals in the UK accounted for 9 in 10 deaths that were recorded as COVID-related, and of these, an astounding 91% of them were among the triple- and quadruple-vaxxed!

Plus, mortality rates per 100,000 people are lowest among the unvaxxed population in England, and that’s true for every single age group – and, says Exposé News, “the gap between the unvaccinated and vaccinated populations in terms of mortality rates is widening by the month.”

Confounding factors like age and health status should, of course, be considered while exploring all this data, especially given the possibility that the majority of people getting booster shots right now are likely older adults.  However, the differences in death rates are still considerable and certainly seem to warrant closer and more proactive attention.

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