Letter to the Editor
CDC Reports 1,637 Deaths Following COVID-19 Vaccinations by Celia Farber, March 13, 2021
Vaccination, Risk & Failure Reports CDC Reports 1,637 Deaths Following COVID-19 Vaccinations The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told The Epoch Times in an e-mail that as of Mar. 8, 2021 over 92 million doses of mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 have been injected, with 1,637 deaths occurring following the injections. The CDC claims the vaccines are safe, but a comparison between the rates of deaths following the vaccines for COVID and those for influenza raises questions.
The Epoch Times hasn’t been able independently to confirm the CDC’s numbers. The publicly available Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) website shows 1,136 deaths through Feb. 26. Details of these deaths are in a spreadsheet linked at the bottom of this article: symptoms before death, age, gender, time between injection and death, and so forth. (In America) Between Dec. 14 and Feb. 26, 25,072 reports were made to the VAERS system of immunizations with either the Moderna or Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccines (the only two vaccines given during the time period assessed).
The 1,136 deaths represent 4.5 percent of the total number of adverse events reports. Of those who died, 94, or 8.3 percent, died on the same day they got the shot. An additional 150 (13.2 percent) died the day after. Another 105 died two days after, and 68 died three days after. A total of 587 (51.7 percent) died within a week, 215 died within 7 to 13 days, and 124 within 14 to 20 days. 85.8 percent of deaths occurred in people over 60. There were five deaths among those aged 20–29; 10 in those aged 30–39; 23 in those aged 40–49; and 69 aged 50–59.
If you download the numbers and add them to the English yellow card system, it will give a rough idea of how many deaths have occurred so far (that we know about) and a reflection of how bad these test vaccines are – insurance companies voiding 841,000 Australian insurance policies, so far, was a doosie and that was only for life policies, so why would they insure all of the other polices a holder might have too, for example:
Driving a car and have an unexpected reaction from the test virus, or drop dead, causing a multi car pileup, or a fire caused by someone who had the test vaccine that caused a fire, that took out that multi story building in England a last year (something to do with the cladding) or a guy smoking downstairs, who went to sleep and the resulting fire took out 31 apartments, in a block, near where I was living, but if “he was a test vaccine person, what then and I called the fire brigade when the person beneath me went out and left his tea cooking on the gas stove – it was all ready to explode into a fireball, by the time the fire brigade arrived and put it out, but, for the sake of argument, if he was a person who has had a test vaccine…. and so the list of insurances goes on – overseas injury, insurance defaulted because of a test vaccine which might have been the cause of the injury and so on.
Seems to me, not being able to get any insurance, because of a test experimental vaccine, does seem a bit risky these days and would an insurer insure a home you had a mortgage on, or even bought outright for cash, after you have had a test, experimental vaccine – I doubt it – after all, your earning capability might not last the length of the policy and what then?
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Published on March 3, 2021
Written by thevaccinereaction.org
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating the death of a 36-year-old orthopedic surgeon who died on Feb. 8, 2021 in Tennessee just weeks after receiving the second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. J. Barton Williams, MD, who died after being admitted to Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, is believed to have suffered from a rare COVID-19-related condition called multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS).1 2 3 4
Stephen Threlkeld, MD, an infectious disease specialist at Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp, told ABC, “This is not infection with coronavirus. The infection in these situations are generally over sometimes for weeks. The people typically no longer test positive for the virus itself. It’s gone, but the immune system turns on itself and attacks us.1
MIS is essentially an “unchecked immunological response” to a virus.4 Scott Strome, MD, executive dean of the College of Medicine at University of Tennessee Health Science Center, explained:
The immune system’s response is to eradicate the virus. One of its most fundamental features is its ability to turn itself off when it’s done. It has to know when it’s done.
It if doesn’t have that, you get an autoimmune situation. Whatever the reason, the body still thinks it has a threat and doesn’t turn itself off. Then you get this systematic inflammation.4
“The immune system attacks the body in many ways and causes multi-organ system failure. It affects the heart, the gastrointestinal tract and other places,” Dr. Threlkeld said.5
Dr. Williams had reportedly been vaccinated for COVID-19 sometime in mid-January and tests had found two types of antibodies in his system—”one type of antibody that results from a natural COVID infection, and a second type of antibody from the vaccine.” There is speculation Dr. Williams may have had a previous asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection, although he apparently tested negative for COVID-19 while being treated at Baptist Memorial.1
Dr. Threlkeld, who is working with the CDC on this case, said that preliminary findings suggest MIS may have caused Dr. Williams’ death. But the official cause has not been confirmed.1 2 Dr. Threlkeld said:
There is still information to be gathered. There is an autopsy pending, and we are working closely daily with the CDC. We want to be sure there is no indication that there is any relationship to the vaccine at this point.4
It is difficult to make sweeping conclusions in any direction when you are talking about something that has not been reported before anywhere. No one previously has been reported to have this illness (MIS) that has also had the vaccine.4
It is unclear which COVID-19 vaccine Dr. Williams was given. Currently, the two experimental vaccines that have been granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are Moderna’s mRNA-1273 vaccine and Pfizer/BioNTech’s BNT162b2 vaccine.