Pandemic of the Vaccinated - A look at All-Cause Mortality in Vaccinated vs Unvaccinated
And European farmers revolt!
Your support is very much appreciated. Please consider taking out a paid subscription to support independent journalism.
The latest edition of the Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) ‘Deaths by vaccination status’ was published yesterday. I have written articles on these data previously but this latest dataset looks at deaths, in England, up to 31 May 2022.
Before I begin, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) produce a weekly Flu and COVID-19 report, in which they provide detailed and useful vaccine uptake statistics. Here is the latest version.
This will be handy to compare percentages of unvaccinated and vaccinated people compared with mortality percentages. The age range is broken down into smaller age groups on the UKHSA table above so I have put the numbers into Excel in order to produce the same age ranges as the ONS do.
First of all I will look at numbers of all-cause deaths and age-standardised mortality rates in the various age groups and by vaccination status in May 2022 (the latest data available). Looking at all-cause deaths is the ‘gold-standard’ because mis-categorisation issues are avoided. We don’t need to discuss whether someone has died from or with Covid, or not involving Covid, they have either died or they have not.
The rest of this article is available as an early read for paid subscribers only. My articles take a lot of time to research and write so your support is very much appreciated and will ensure that I can continue to produce the same quality and quantity of articles going forwards.
So, firstly looking at 18-39 year olds. Using the vaccination table above, 29% of people in this age group still remain unvaccinated. 5% only had 1 shot, 23% had 2 shots and 42% had 3 shots. I’ve rounded the numbers down in case you are wondering why it doesn’t quite add up to 100%.
In May there were 186 all-cause deaths in this age group (Give or take a few because <3 deaths are not detailed for confidentiality reasons). Of these 186 deaths, 26 were in the unvaccinated, representing 14% of the total. Remember, 29% of this age group are unvaccinated but represent only 14% of deaths.
58% of deaths are in the boosted (only 42% of the population), 22% of deaths are in the 2 dosed (23% of the population) and 7% of deaths are the people who stuck on one shot (5% of the population).
As you can see in the graph above, the percentage of one and two shot deaths roughly match the population size. The unvaccinated represent a much smaller share of the deaths than they should and the boosted represent a much larger share.
In terms of age-standardised mortality rates, the unvaccinated rate is 15.3 / 100,000, first dosed 42.6 / 100,000, two dosed 18.1 / 100,000 and boosted 21.4 /100,000.
People who only took one shot have a much higher mortality rate. This is to be expected because people who were too ill to have further shots would have been more likely to die. However, the boosted mortality rate is 40% higher than the rate for the unvaccinated. Why is that?
I’ll look at one more age group (40-49) so as not to bore you.
In the 40-49 year olds, 21% remained unvaccinated. 3% had one shot, 16% two shots and 61% were boosted.
This time there were 396 deaths in May. Under 9% of those deaths were in the unvaccinated. 3% in the one shot group, 18% in the two shot group and 70% in the boosted.
Again, the unvaccinated are massively under-represented and the boosted over-represented.
In terms of age-standardised mortality, the rate for the unvaccinated was 64.1 per 100,000, whilst for the boosted it was 83.7 (Over 30% higher). The one dosed group’s rate was 171.5 and two dosed 106.4.
I won’t fill up the page with charts but in the over 50s, the unvaccinated, once again represent far fewer deaths than the population size would suggest. This time, however, it is the two dosed population that represent a much higher percentage of deaths.
I will continue to look at this tomorrow.
Following on from my article yesterday about Dutch farmers protesting Green Agendas, today it seems farmers from other European countries are joining in. Farmers of Europe unite!
And it’s not just farmers, taxi drivers in Italy have had enough too.
Unfortunately, it’s not just protests going on, unrest is spreading around the world. Lockdown policies have hit us all hard but are having a devastating impact on poorer countries.
But at least the Georgia Guidestones have gone. Or is this a bad omen!?
The Naked Emperor’s Newsletter is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.