The following article by Steve MacDonald has been republished with permission from GraniteGrok.
An update from Sept. 17, 2021, shows COVID-19 vaccine-related deaths reported to the VAERS system at 15,386. Additionally, we find over 66,000 hospitalizations and 20,789 who have been permanently disabled.
These are, of course, undercounted. We know from our previous reports that the VAERS reporting process takes up to 30 minutes per incident. Doctors were not reporting them all before health systems started firing nurses and staff, so even fewer of these are likely being completed and submitted as required by the FDA and CDC.
The undercounting can only get worse, not that these numbers are not shocking enough.
Here’s the latest update, dated 9-17-21.
On the flip side, we have the COVID Summary data provided to us here in New Hampshire data updated 9/27/2021. The threat of COVID continues to be a fraction of a percent for most while the rhetoric and policy continue to heat up with many demanding political intrusions that accomplish nothing.
Here is our reality check updated with the 9/27 data provided by the State.
And the two sections, enlarged.
As a reminder, hospitalizations and deaths are a percentage of positive cases.
And the demographics by population.
As a reminder, cases, hospitalizations, and deaths in this view are a percentage of the statewide population for each age group.
If no one is doing this in your state or city (if you have data for a local area or municipality), I suggest you attempt to take that on yourself ad share it.
The facts from your government will probably contradict the policy prescriptions being proposed or mandated. Almost no one needs a vaccine for this, especially with several non-invasive treatments available for people who test positive and present symptoms.
One more point. There has been no unusual excess mortality in the US as a result of COVID19. The current rate is very similar to that in 2004 and lower than all years before that. Not the direction we’d want to go, but it’s not outrageous when the majority of those deaths are people near, at, or above the end of the average lifespan.
The losses are no less tragic but not indicative of the need to force people to take a questionable treatment that harms tens of thousands and kills nearly as many.