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IT’S OFFICIAL – Official data shows 8 times as many people have died due to the Covid Vaccines in 6 months than people who have died of Covid-19 in 18 months

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IT’S OFFICIAL – Official data shows 8 times as many people have died due to the Covid Vaccines in 6 months than people who have died of Covid-19 in 18 months

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We can officially confirm that the number of people to have died due to the Covid vaccines has surpassed the number of people who have died of Covid-19and we believe the data was released by accident. 

According to official NHS data which can be viewed here, from March 2020 up to the 25th August 2021; a period of 18 months, 90,147 Covid deaths within 28 days of a positive test have been recorded in England hospitals. 

Of these 86.315 all died of other serious pre-existing conditions including dementia, chronic kidney disease, chronic pulmonary disease, chronic neurological disease, and heart disease, but were added to the Covid statistics due to having received a positive test within 28 days of their death.

Based on Public Health Scotland data seen in the following chart it would seem the top pre-existing condition of those who’ve died with a positive test result for Covid-19 has been dementia, followed by heart disease and chronic respiratory disease. 

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When you consider that testing is essentially compulsory in hospitals, despite it not being written in law, and they use the PCR test which cannot detect infection and can find anything it wants to find if conducted at a high cycle rate, producing false positives; it’s not hard to see why tens of thousands of people who have died of other causes have been added to the Covid death statistics.

Thankfully the NHS data informs us that just 3,832 people have died OF Covid-19 within 28 days of a positive test result in England hospitals between March 2020 and August 25th 2021. 

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