A study by the Israeli Ministry of Health allegedly wanted to investigate whether the Covid shot leads to an increase in mortality. According to the ministry’s interpretation, this is (of course) not the case – but a look at the data shows a completely different picture: from 30 days after the shot, there is a rapid increase in mortality. The ministry’s attempts at explanation seem questionable.
Critical blogger and Covid expert Steve Kirsch offers an English translation of the Israeli study on his website. His interpretation is clear: the Covid vaccines significantly increase the risk of death – for at least 180 days after the shot. For him, this also explains why the causality of the vaccination is not established with so many deaths.
The study used data from the period up to the end of October 2021. Deaths among vaccinated people who were not Covid-positive up to 60 days after the second shot were examined. Unfortunately, it remains unclear how many cases were excluded from the study in this way – after all, a positive corona test does not mean that someone could not die as a result of the vaccination. But even so, the data shows a sharp increase in deaths from 30 days after vaccination:
If there were 10 to 25 deaths per day in the period up to 30 days after the shot, the risk of death for vaccinated people seems to increase significantly later: 55 days after the vaccination, more than 70 people died.
The authors of the study attribute the increase to the “healthy vaccine” effect: if you know that you will die in a few days, you do not let yourself be vaccinated. Therefore, the number of deaths up to 30 days after the shot is significantly lower. However, there is no evidence for this thesis – the effect generally only works for a short time and decreases in intensity, as suggested by data from England:
It’s not reduced by ~85% for 4 weeks like the Israeli dose 2 analysis shows. The English data shows a healthy vaccinee effect, lasting roughly 3-4 weeks at a decreasing capacity maxing at 50% mortality on week one.@Ariel5618 pic.twitter.com/gCY3Hs9zUC
— O.S. (@OS51388957) March 6, 2023
A look at the overall data of the Israeli study shows an increase in mortality over a long period of time – it is particularly high about 4 months after the shot:
The authors also negate a massive accumulation of cardiovascular events in 12- to 29-year-olds shortly after the shot:
The questionable conclusions of the scientists, according to which no abnormalities could be detected after the vaccination in this study design, are also widely criticized in the social networks – for example by the MIT expert Prof. Retsef Levi.
1/3 Israel MOH study compares non-COV deaths of vaccinated over days 1-30 vs. 31-60 post dose 2 (Jan-Oct 21). This ignores over 600 COV deaths just post dose 1. But they still have to ‘waive’ the striking safety signal: 540 vs. 1275 deaths (1st vs. 2nd period)! What did they do?? pic.twitter.com/KdK4Fvuvrw
— Retsef Levi (@RetsefL) March 7, 2023
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