There are 6,000% more deaths reported following vaccination in the United States in 2021 compared to 2020, according to data released by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) last week, that reported the current number of deaths following COVID-19 vaccines standing at 2,509, including an increase of 459 deaths compared to CDC data received through the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) through March 19.
While VAERS reported only 36 deaths during the first quarter of 2020 through March 31, with nearly 50% of those who died infants under 3 years of age, last week’s CDC release, based on VAERS data published on March 26, 2021, recorded 2,050 deaths following COVID-19 vaccination. As of March 19, there were 2,050 deaths after COVID injections, with some of them dying after COVID injections in December 2020, when the FDA granted approval for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
This year’s data, 2021, relevant until March 19, 2021, showed 1,754 deaths following all vaccines, not just COVID-19 injections, with 80% of these reported deaths among the elderly over age 65.
1,754 plus the 459 deaths give us a total number of deaths through March 2021, which is 2,213, representing a 6,000% increase over the same period last year. The 6,000% increase was for 3.5 months of 2021, over the entire 2020.
Despite the increase in deaths reported following COVID-19 injections, the CDC and FDA maintain their denial that these deaths are related to the shots.
A study published by Harvard University shows that less than 1% of all vaccine injuries and deaths are reported to VAERS: “Many children, and sometimes their parents, suffer major injuries and death from the administration of vaccines. Although only a small percentage of the entire population experiences an adverse reaction to vaccination, this number of vaccine injury sufferers is not small… As science progresses, physicians and researchers will continue to establish connections between vaccines and certain adverse reactions.”
In Israel, there were about 3,400 total deaths attributed to COVID-19 in 2020, with the average age 80 and median age 85. In the five to seven weeks following the vaccine rollout another 2,000+ deaths were attributed to COVID-19. Thus, about 2/5 of all 5,000 COVID-19-attributed deaths occurred after the vaccine rollout – between the end of December to about the middle of February. In January 2021 alone, more than 1,400 people died “from COVID-19”, or a third of all 2020 deaths. Since the beginning of the vaccines, another 3,000 corona deaths were added in 3 months, with a sharp increase in general mortality in adults and young people.
Israel ranks number 1 in the world in excess mortality. However, as of the time of this writing and for unclear reasons, Israel’s Health Ministry has ceased reporting excess mortality statistics. This is not the first time the Health Ministry has allowed vital statistical components on its website to lapse.
Vaccinated people are no longer tested for COVID-19 in Israeli hospitals, and associated causes of death are reportedly being listed as pneumonia and heart attacks.