COVID-19 Death Rates Worldwide After Vaccine Rollouts Higher than Before

COVID-19 vaccines are not preventing COVID-19 deaths. As of October 10th, 2021, COVID-19 death rates following vaccine rollouts are higher in 70% of the 178 countries for which we obtained vaccination rollout dates and number of total vaccine doses administered.  COVID-19 vaccine rollouts have not slowed the rate of serious COVID-19 disease or COVID-19 deaths caused by SARS-CoV-2 viral variants.  3 pictures the COVID Vaccinated need to See

Worldwide COVID-19 death rates have increased after COVID Vaccine Rollouts in Most Countries
As of Oct. 10, 2021, Worldwide COVID-19 death rates have increased after COVID Vaccine Rollouts.  Countries above the black line had higher COVID-19 death rates After COVID vaccine rollouts than Prior.

In the United States, COVID-19 mRNA and vector-DNA Vaccines have the highest reported post vaccine death rate of any vaccine in history in the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC)’s vaccine adverse events reporting system (VAERS).[1]  The US has seen an all-cause mortality rise of 41% in all-cause mortality in 2021 since COVID vaccine rollouts began.

41% Increase in US all-cause mortality in 2021 since COVID vaccine rollout

Deaths Reported to VAERS per million Vaccine Doses
CDC VAERS analysis submitted to FDA by Josh Guetkow PhD. D. Wiseman PhD. Paul E. Alexander PhD. H. Selegmann PhD.
Bar chart of Mortality in 2020 versus 2021 in US
Bar chart of Mortality in 2020 versus 2021 in US

COVID-19 mRNA and DNA-vector vaccines create antibodies surrounding internal organs by having the body create billions to trillions of spike proteins specific to the original SARS-CoV-2 variant. As shown in the Israeli and UK data, the current COVID-19 spike protein vaccines provide no protection against infectiousness, symptomatic illness, or being hospitalized with the current immune-escape Delta variant.  Insufficient nasal and oral mucosal immunity against the Delta variant is created by current COVID-19 vaccine injections, so the vaccinated spread the Delta virus and carry viral loads 251 times higher than the previous Alpha variants in nasal and oral cavities.[3][4]

Vaccine Rollouts worldwide are associated with increases in COVID deaths

Delta variant prevalence (seen as a green line in charts below) is recorded to occur in vaccinated and unvaccinated hospitalized COVID-19 patients roughly four (4) months after initial COVID-19 vaccine roll-out dates due to vaccine-induced selective pressure.[5] As seen in both Israel and the UK data, vaccination rollouts coincide with larger weekly rates of reported COVID-19 deaths per million than occurred during the 2020 COVID-9 pandemic period. During the beginning of vaccine rollouts there are all-cause mortality rises in deaths of the elderly. Israeli’s more numerous booster doses produced another COVID-19 death rate increase after July 21.

UK Covid Deaths vs Vaccine Doses 2020-21
UK Covid-19 Deaths vs Vaccine Doses 2020-21
Israel COVID-19 Deaths and COVID vaccine doses
Israel COVID-19 Deaths and COVID vaccine doses
Southern US All-cause Deaths and COVID vaccine Doses
Southern US All-cause 65+ yr old Deaths and COVID vaccine Doses

A large increase in all-cause mortality occurred in persons 65 years and older in Southern United States at the beginning of COVID-19 vaccine rollouts. In the United States, all-cause mortality for 24 to 64 year-olds is higher in 2021 than in 2020, concomitant with COVID-19 mRNA and vector-DNA vaccine rollouts.

25 to 64 yr old US All-cause Deaths and COVID vaccine Doses
25 to 64 yr old US All-cause Deaths and COVID vaccine Doses

In two of the most vaccinated countries in the world, the UK and Israel there were high all-cause mortality of males aged 65 to 74 years old associated with COVID-19 vaccine rollout and booster shot rollout.

Worldwide Data Show COVID-19 Vaccines are Associated with Increased Risk of COVID-19 Deaths

We collected COVID-19 deaths per million data from Our World in Data[1] and collected COVID-19 vaccine rollout dates and number of doses per 100 people from Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world? The Visual and Data Journalism Team BBC News[2] and analyzed it using R programming language.  We generated scatterplots comparing the COVID-19 death rates prior to and post COVID-19 vaccine  roll-out dates in each  country. Each country in the scatterplot is randomly assigned a color and the size of the text increases with the number of vaccine doses per hundred individuals. The regression line of the data set  in addition to the line with slope 1 that passes through   the origin (y=x) to make it easy to see that countries plotted above this 45 degree line have a higher COVID-19 death rates after COVID-19 vaccine rollouts; and countries plotted below this 45 degree line have lower COVID-19 death rates post COVID-19 vaccine rollouts .

The plot above shows COVID-19 death rates per million persons both before and after COVID-19 vaccine roll-out dates for 17 different COVID-19 vaccines in 178 countries, as of October 10, 2021.  It includes 10 months of data pre-rollouts and at most 9.5 months post-rollouts, depending on the begin date of country COVID-19 vaccine rollout. COVID-19 deaths per million were obtained from Our World in Data.[3] COVID-19 vaccine rollout dates and number of doses per 100 people were collected from Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?[4] and plotted using the R programming language.  Each country in the plot is represented by a dot, randomly assigned a color. The size of its country name increases with its number of vaccine doses per hundred persons. The regression line shows the overall relationship of COVID-19 Death rates pre and post vaccination rollouts for these countries. The line with slope one (1) passing through the origin (y=x) is shown to make it easy-to-see countries plotted above this 45-degree line have higher COVID-19 death rates after vaccination roll-outs; and countries plotted below the 45-degree line have lower COVID-19 death rates after vaccine roll-outs.1    Overall, it can be visually seen that COVID-19 vaccines do not lower COVID-19 death rates, and, in fact, are associated with increased COVID-19 death rates in 70% of the 178 countries plotted. 

Many countries having relatively small pre- and post-vaccination rollout COVID-19 death rates cannot be seen in this plot of 178 countries, so the next plot shows just the lower corner of the plot for countries having less than 50 COVID-19 deaths both before and after COVID-19 vaccination rollout.

Some countries having lower COVID-19 death rates post vaccine rollout as of October 10, 2021, have already moved up to the 45 degree line and have an equally large COVID-19 death rate today as before their vaccine rollout.  For example, on October 10th, the date of the data pictured above, Australia had a lower COVID-19 death rate of 21.4 per million post-COVID-19 vaccination rollout than its initial rate of 35.25 before. However, by October 28th, Australia’s post vaccine rollout reported COVID-19 death rate rose a rate of 30.26 COVID-19 deaths per million since its vaccine rollout began on February 21, 2021, almost equal to before it began COVID vaccinations with mRNA and vector DNA vaccines. Because Australia did not begin its vaccination rollout until end of the 3rd week in February, the comparison is for a shorter time period post-vaccine-roll-out. Thus, Australia’s post-vaccine rollout COVID-19 deaths per million per month is actually higher now than its pre-vaccination period and has moved almost to the line.

There are many possible mathematical explanations or theories that could be tested statistically, for why some countries have been able to keep their COVID-19 death rates lower than the world’s average world’s rate of 635.6 per million as of October 28th.  Perhaps countries having lower COVID-19 death rates post-vaccine rollout have vaccinated fewer persons; or are using more traditional, less dangerous vaccines; or are making early, effective treatments available such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin that are being used in countries reporting very low COVID-19 death rates such as China, Nicaragua, and the Congo.

CONCLUSION:  COVID-19 vaccinations are not associated with decreases in COVID-19 death rates and, thus, do not reduce serious hospitalized COVID-19 case rates.  Overall, numerical data show COVID-19 vaccine rollout are associated with increased COVID-19 illnesses and deaths.

By  Kathy Dopp2 MS Mathematics

Scatterplots created in R and contributed by Dr. Jessica Rose, Institute of Pure and Applied Knowledge, Public Health Policy Initiative (PHPI)

Israel and UK all-cause Mortality 2021 in 65 to 74 year old Males
Israel and UK all-cause Mortality 2021 in 65 to 74 year old Males