Researchers looking at the latest vaccine mortality surveillance report from Office for National Statistics (ONS) out of the UK have concluded that the “data provide no reliable evidence that the vaccine reduces all-cause mortality.”
The researchers report that at first glance the ONS data suggest that, in each of the older age groups, all-cause mortality is lower in the vaccinated than the unvaccinated. Despite this apparent evidence to support vaccine effectiveness – at least for the older age groups – on closer inspection of this data, this conclusion is cast into doubt because of a range of fundamental inconsistencies and anomalies in the data.
The anomalies are laid out in the paper as the researchers discuss, with evidence, a range of fundamental inconsistencies and flaws in the ONS data.
Despite the canned counterarguments that both socio-demographic and behavioral differences between vaccinated and unvaccinated, continually proposed as possible explanations for the data anomalies, the researchers found no evidence to support any of those explanations.
They go on to call the ONS data and resulting conclusions “unreliable and misleading”
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