A prestigious medical journal is examining a study that claimed Covid vaccines are associated with a dramatic increase in deaths. The study, published by Springer Nature, has been the subject of criticism in the scientific and medical communities. It has been criticized for ignoring serious questions about the study’s methodology.
One of the questions raised in the paper is whether it is possible to make a reasonable estimate of fatality rates for the novel COVID-19 vaccine. This is important because it can be difficult to quantify how much of the increase is caused by the vaccine and how much is due to other factors. In this study, a ratio of fatality to vaccination was calculated, based on data from a survey of 2,840 people in December 2021.
The survey was funded by Catherine Austin Fitts, a former assistant secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President George H.W. Bush. According to the article, Fitts was interviewed for a documentary film that will be released in 2021. Despite the video being 90 minutes long, Fitts’ statements are unsubstantiated.
Another question raised in the paper is how it was possible for the study’s authors to claim there were 280,000 deaths in the United States from Covid-19. This number is based on an online survey of 2,840 people in December 2021. But the paper notes that the actual number of deaths could be closer to 330,000, if the fatality ratio is correct.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) commissioned two public health experts to study the causes and consequences of the pandemic. They concluded that the laboratory leak that began the outbreak was the most likely cause. However, they also suggested that the virus may have come from a wild animal market in Wuhan, Communist China.
There is a large amount of uncertainty in the scientific community about the causes of the outbreak. But one thing is clear: the vaccines have helped save many lives. At least six million people have been infected with the virus, with over 300,000 deaths recorded so far. Although it is still too early to declare the end of the pandemic, the number of cases is already approaching the total number of deaths from influenza over the last half century.
The White House issued a federal mandate to require all employers with 100 or more employees to have their employees vaccinated for Covid-19. Ten states have sued the White House in a bid to stop the mandate.
Earlier this month, the United Kingdom’s Vaccine Safety Authority approved a new antiviral pill by Merck, an American firm. The pill is aimed at reducing the symptoms of the COVID-19 virus. While the pill is effective in reducing the severity of COVID-19, it is also linked to a significant number of adverse reactions, including heart attacks and blood clots.
Some countries are tightening travel restrictions for those who are not vaccinated. Those who want to travel to Germany must take a negative COVID-19 test before they can board a plane. Similarly, Austria has instituted a national lockdown for anyone over the age of 12 who is not vaccinated.
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Author: Dennis Michael Lynch
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