Unlike other vaccines, the COVID-19 vaccines have killed people even months and years after vaccination.
According to a report, VAERS data suggests that the COVID-19 vaccines have killed one person per 1,000 doses. These vaccines have killed an estimated 676,000 Americans.
To see for yourself, go to MedAlerts.org and set the following parameters:
The onset interval is the interval from the time of vaccination until the first recorded symptoms occurred.
When looking at death reports, these will be the time until the first symptoms preceding the death appear or, in many cases, the elapsed time until the death of the patient.
For a vaccine to be considered safe, it must have a peak near day 0 due to coincidence causing false reports in the first few days after the vaccine as some individuals may falsely link the death with the date of vaccination. The rest of the curve should be flat, which is often the case for many "safe" vaccines. (Related: Physician assistant FIRED for reporting adverse COVID vaccine reactions to VAERS.)
To illustrate, the Rubella vaccine doesn't have a single death report in the history of VAERS. However, even if it is considered "safe" it is still linked to at least 800 adverse event reports.
When studying VAERS data, you will see that the COVID-19 vaccines don't look like a safe vaccine, especially because the peak of deaths is continuous. The peaks only end after 2.5 years because the coronavirus vaccines have only been out for 2.5 years.
The data also shows that:
VAERS data shows that there are 11,860 cases in the U.S. in which the vaccine administered is for COVID-19 and the patient died. Overall, there are 16,396 cases of vaccine deaths in the U.S. reported to VAERS.
This means that a shocking 72.3 percent of all deaths are from the COVID-19 vaccines. With the sheer number of deaths and the onset interval above, this proves that the coronavirus vaccine is the deadliest in history.
It's not far off to think that there is one death per 1,000 doses even if it is an estimate. Mark Skidmore reached a similar estimate from his surveys before his paper was unethically retracted. He looked at 2021 deaths in his estimate of 278,000 people for COVID-19 vaccine deaths in the first year.
However, all the reasons given for the retraction did not change the data he collected. It was never claimed that his data was wrong and those who demanded the retraction never attempted to make a more accurate estimate than his paper.
Visit Vaccines.news for more reports about COVID-19 vaccine-related injuries and death.
Watch the video below to learn more about an autopsy result that finds a causal link between COVID-19 deaths and death from myocarditis.
This video is from the GalacticStorm channel on Brighteon.com.