Vaccinated Now Account for Majority of COVID Deaths: New Study

The majority of COVID deaths reported now comprise mainly of vaccinated individuals, new data shows.

QUICK FACTS:
  • Vaccinated or boosted individuals now account for the majority of COVID deaths, a new study revealed.
  • According to the latest data, 58% of COVID deaths in August 2022 were from people who have been vaccinated or boosted.
  • In September 2021, vaccinated individuals made up 23% of COVID deaths and in January 2022, the vaccinated comprised 42%.
  • Despite the news, Anthony Fauci claimed in a press conference yesterday that the data on the shots “overwhelmingly show the effectiveness of vaccines particularly in preventing severe illness and deaths,” indicating they are “safe.”
LEFT-LEANING WASHINGTON POST ON THE NEWEST DATA REVEALING COVID DEATHS AMONG THE VACCINATED:

a “majority of Americans dying from the coronavirus received at least the primary series of the vaccine,” WAPO REPORTED.

BACKGROUND:
  • Last month, Pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole revealed he has seen alarming health outcomes since the start of COVID vaccines, including unusual cancers, immune system diseases, heart damage, and deaths.
  • “Now we know the vaccine is more dangerous than the virus itself, because the vaccine still has all those pro-clotting abilities, has all those inflammatory abilities, whereas the spike from Omicron does not,” Cole told EpochTV’s “American Thought Leaders” program.
  • Early this summer, Fauci tested positive for the virus experiencing “mild” symptoms, after having been fully vaccinated and boosted.
  • In July 2021, President Biden said individuals are “not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations,” and exactly one year later tested positive himself.