COVID shots tied to 17 MILLION ‘vaccine deaths’


from WND:

Study reveals treatments actually INCREASED ‘all-cause’ fatalities

A new study shockingly has linked the mRNA shots, the DNA treatments used as vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic that came out of a Chinese lab working on bat viruses, to millions of sudden deaths.

The study by Correlation Research in the Public Interest is titled, “COVID-19 vaccine-associated mortality in the Southern Hemisphere,” and looked at 17 equatorial and Southern-Hemisphere countries including Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Malaysia, New Zealand, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Suriname, Thailand and Uruguay.


They include 9.1% of the world’s population and reported 10.3% of the world’s COVID shots.

“In the 17 countries, there is no evidence in all-cause mortality (ACM) by time data of any beneficial effect of COVID-19 vaccines,” the stunning results found. “There is no association in time between COVID-19 vaccination and any proportionate reduction in ACM. The opposite occurs.”

The COVID shots, mostly mRNA-based shots that actually are not vaccines, but are DNA therapies, were fabricated in a rush to respond to COVID, and governments, corporations and organizations demanded people around the world take them.

report at Slay News called the results a “bombshell.”

The report described the study as confirming “one death per 800 injections across all ages and countries. In other words, of the 13.25 billion injections delivered up until September 2, 2023, 17 million died from vaccine-related deaths.

Other key findings include that in the countries included in the analysis, all-cause mortality increased when COVID-19 vaccines were deployed and nine of the 17 “had no detectable excess deaths following the World Health Organization’s March 11, 2020, declaration of the pandemic until the beginning of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign.”

Also surges in deaths coincided with “or following” the rollout of boosters in 15 of 17 countries studied.

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