Not much of a vaccine, is it? How much more proof does anyone need? And Biden and his Democrat despots want to zap you again with the poison.
Deaths involving COVID-19 by vaccination status, England: deaths occurring between 1 April 2021 and 31 May 2023
- Monthly age-standardised mortality rates (ASMRs) for deaths involving coronavirus (COVID-19) have been consistently lower for all months since booster introduction in September 2021 for people who had received a third dose or booster at least 21 days ago, compared with unvaccinated people and those with just a first or second dose.
- The ASMRs for deaths involving COVID-19 have been consistently lower for all months since fourth dose or extra booster in spring 2022 for people who had received at least a fourth dose or extra booster at least 21 days ago, compared with unvaccinated people and those with just a first or second dose.
- However, the ASMRs for deaths involving COVID-19 have been higher for all months since the introduction of fourth dose or extra booster in spring 2022 for people who had received at least a fourth dose or extra booster at least 21 days ago, compared with people who have had a third dose or booster; this is likely because of fourth doses or extra boosters being targeted at vulnerable populations.
- The ASMRs for first and second vaccine doses have been similar to those for unvaccinated people from March 2022 onwards; however, the confidence limits are wide for these groups because of lower populations in these vaccination statuses.
- The ASMRs are not equivalent to measures of vaccine effectiveness; they account for differences in age structure and population size, but there may be other differences between the groups (particularly underlying health) that affect mortality rates.
- Non-COVID-19 mortality rates are similar, though slightly lower, in people who have had a third dose or booster compared with unvaccinated people in the latter half of 2022 and in 2023.
Non-COVID-19 mortality rates for first and second doses are more likely to be affected by confounding factors in the latter half of 2022 and in 2023 as these are people who did not receive a booster when eligible and therefore may differ from the general population. In this release ASMRs for deaths involving coronavirus (COVID-19) for people who have had a third dose are now much lower for the same periods compared with the previous release (February 2023). Many people who were classified as having had a third dose in the previous release likely already had a fourth dose, which was not captured in the data. In this release these people are now correctly captured as having received a fourth dose.
2.Deaths by vaccination status, England data
Deaths by vaccination status, England
Dataset | Released on 25 August 2023
Age-standardised mortality rates for deaths involving coronavirus (COVID-19), non-COVID-19 deaths and all deaths by vaccination status, broken down by age group.
Age-standardised mortality rates
Age-standardised mortality rates (ASMRs) are used to allow comparisons between populations that may contain different proportions of people of different ages. The 2013 European Standard Population is used to standardise rates. In this bulletin, the ASMRs are calculated for each month. For more information, see Section 4: Measuring the data.
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