Jab Rate and Yellow Card Reporting

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MikeAustin
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Jab Rate and Yellow Card Reporting

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These are the latest government figures from the jab programme:
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The total jab rate has remained fairly constant since the last week of January (see the red line), possibly limited by capacity. The first dose jab rate (see the black line) represents numbers of people taking up the jab. This has rolled off, probably due to capacity and/or people's choice.
The number of people jabbed (first jabs) aged up to 49 is currently 8,110,983 at the latest weekly figures for week ending 25 April published on 28 April.

Here are the latest results from the government's Yellow Card Reporting. These results occur within a few days of the jab:
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The death rate is currently 1 death per 42,204 jabs. This has not changed much. The death rate per person will be up to 25% more - the difference between total doses and first doses.

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The adverse reactions are currently 8,334 per jab. This is currently a bit less than previously - but there are now a greater proportion of second jabs. It will also be up to 25% more per person. The range of adverse reactions can be mild to very severe.

Regarding these figures, the government says “It is estimated that only 10% of serious reactions are reported.” This was from 2019 and later estimates have not been published as far as I know.

From ONS weekly deaths, the covid death rate in 2020 for ages 40-49, was 1 in 46,242. This is the lowest age group of those currently being jabbed.

So these are all government figures, nothing added.

But here is an observation. The death rate per jab has been fairly constant, even as the ages of those jabbed has decreased. A death rate of 1 in 42,204 per jab (possibly up to 1 in 32,000 per person) would thus appear to apply equally to 40-49 year olds.
When compared with the covid death rate of 1 in 46,242, the jab would appear to be a greater risk for 40-49 year olds - possibly 50% more. Furthermore, we know that the attribution of deaths to covid is suspect as it depends so frequently on PCR test results up to 28 days earlier. On the other hand, adverse results for the jabs are within a few days, 5-6 days I think.
One might argue that the covid deaths are affected by prevalence and not an IFR. But we are comparing with definitely occurring jab, not the possibility/prevalence of a jab. So I think it is a fair comparison considering the circumstances.

My conclusion is that anyone under 50 is definitely putting themselves at greater risk by going for these jabs. And these are the immediate effects of the jabs. We do no know the long term effects.

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Re: Jab Rate and Yellow Card Reporting

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The current VAERS number is around 3500. So the mortality rate is staying pretty much the same.

But the under-reporting rate should always be borne in mind. Its not just VAERS that has well documented problems. They all seem to.

https://link.springer.com/article/10.21 ... 9050-00003

If the under-reporting rate is in the 80% to 90% range that does not bode well for the final death toll from these experimental vaccines.

Looking at the EU system EudraVigalence the main query portal seems to only give a breakout of serious, not fatal adverse reactions. But the numbers are not great. Especially as only the Netherlands seems to be keeping and kind of good records of adverse reactions at the moment.

http://www.adrreports.eu/en/search_subst.html#

[then browse letter "C", then each individual vaccine]

What can can deduce from VAERS is that the SARs vaccines are at least 70x more dangerous than any other general use vaccine and that they have killed more people in the US than all other vaccines combined in the last 30 years. As recorded by VAERS.

So not looking good.

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