We told you about the lawsuit that contained a sworn declaration from a CDC whistleblower. In it, we could read that the US federal government hid 45,000 vaccine deaths from the shots.
It happened one month ago, and now is the time when we realize it.
Our federal agencies continue with fake statistics, while other countries are more honest.
Brazilian records mark 32,000 deaths after getting the shot in a duration of five months. Our world in Data shared that Brazil has a 25.2% fully vaccinated population, and 59.1% got only one shot.
A Health Impact News reader from Brazil has alerted us to official media reports stating that during a 5-month period, over 32,000 people in Brazil have died following a COVID-19 injection.
Currently in Brazil, the following vaccines are authorized for use: AstraZeneca/Oxford, Pfizer/BioNTech, Coronavac (also called Sinovac), J&J/Janssen, and Butanvac.
The report was published on uol.com.br, which reportedly has about the same number of pageviews as CNN.com, according to data from SimilarWeb. It is so big, that ICANN has given its own domain: .uol.
Despite these high amounts of deaths following vaccination, the report states:
“Vaccination is still the best way to control the disease.”
But even these cases of deaths following COVID-19 injections might be under-reported, as the country’s state news agency reported in July that in the small state of Distrito Federal, at least 711 died after taking the first experimental vaccine, while another 263 people died after taking two doses of the experimental vaccines.
At least 9,878 Brazilians who died from covid-19 in Brazil had already taken the two doses of the vaccine or the single application of Janssen’s immunizing agent, reveals research by Info Tracker, a pandemic monitoring platform of the state universities USP and Unesp.
The survey used data from the Ministry of Health and analyzed cases that occurred between February 28, when the first people in Brazil completed the immunization window, and July 27. The nearly 10,000 deaths are equivalent to 3.68% of the total number of deaths per covid in the period.
Despite these deaths from covid-19, vaccination is still the best way to control the disease. None of the immunizations against coronavirus developed so far guarantee 100% protection, but all drastically reduce the chances of hospitalizations, serious cases and deaths from the disease.
In the city of Serrana (SP), vaccination of the entire adult population with CoronaVac dropped hospitalizations by 86% and deaths by 95% after the second dose. The same experiment in Botucatu (SP) with AstraZeneca reduced hospitalizations by 75% and deaths by 39% after the first dose. The second began to be applied last Sunday (8).
According to the Info Tracker survey, another 28,660 vaccinated people were hospitalized. The number represents almost 3% of the more than one million registered cases.
Seniors are main victims
Elderly people over 70 years are the main victims, says the survey: 8,734 people who died at that age by covid and 23,000 who were hospitalized had already received the two doses.
In addition to having lower immunity, this public completed the vaccination cycle first and, therefore, there is more information about this age group on the government’s website.
The finding reinforces the need for the elderly and people they live with to maintain social distance and wear a mask even after full immunization.
The survey did not take into account the type of vaccine because the field with this information is not always filled out.
“To respect the time the body needs to develop antibodies after the two doses or a single dose, our calculation counted the hospitalizations and deaths that occurred 18 days after the second dose: 15 days after the application and another three for the onset of symptoms”, says Wallace Casaca, one of the platform’s coordinators.
22 thousand dead after 1st dose
Among those who received only the first of the two doses needed, 65,000 people were hospitalized and 22,000 died from covid-19.
Clinical director of the Igesp hospital (Institute of Gastroenterology of São Paulo), infectologist Marco Antonio Cyrillo says that immunizing agents are “the best way to control the disease”, and explains the reasons for the higher mortality among the elderly.
It is a mainstream media article because even though it speaks about the number of high deaths due to the vaccines, they still promote them with masks.