Below we have a chart showing the number of vaccine-related deaths for Covid-19 plotted with the number of vaccination doses administered over time. Vaccination data comes from the CDC here. Notice that the the two series (deaths and doses) followed a very similar upward trend at the beginning, but then quite early on, around 1/22/21, they began to diverge, with the doses continuing to climb steadily upwards and following a near-perfect trendline, while the deaths leveled off and flatlined completely. The trend on deaths even started sloping downwards during the months of April and May. A yellow line has been drawn on the chart, which represents a ‘best fit’ for the number of deaths you would expect to see if the number of deaths followed the same trend/pattern as the doses administered.
Below is a chart of the adverse events, again plotted with the doses administered over time. We see the same pattern as before, but in this case, the drop-off and subsequent decline in the number of adverse events over time is even more dramatic. The yellow line represents the ‘best fit’ for the number of adverse events you would expect to see if the number of adverse events followed the same trend/pattern as the doses administered.
In Part 2, we will actually make a best guess estimate of the true number of VAERS deaths and adverse events based on the assumption that the pattern for the VAERS data should be the same as the curved pattern we observe for the doses administered. Stay tuned… Go To Part 2