High Percentage of COVID Deaths Had 3rd Shot, More Excess Deaths After 4th Shot

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Currently, many countries around the world are promoting the second COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for the elderly, many of whom have already received their first booster shots. Under these circumstances, the transparency and openness of information about the safety of booster shots has become a very important issue. Amid this discussion, recently, data on the numbers of COVID-19 infections and deaths after vaccine booster injections in two Canadian provinces have been removed.

Removed Data: 76% of People Died of COVID-19 Infections Had Booster Shots?

In a Letter to the Editor published in the Prince George Citizen, a long-standing Canadian newspaper, the COVID-19 health outcomes by vaccination status data from the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) in the Canadian province of British Columbia (BC) was cited in a screenshot.

The screenshot shows that in mid-April 2022, 50 percent of people in BC had already received their first booster shots, that is, their third doses of vaccines. Between March 20 and April 16, 2022, 63 percent of all people with COVID-19 infection had received their first booster doses. But what stood out was that among those who passed away, 73 percent of them received booster shots.

Another screenshot was posted on Twitter, showing the vaccination status data from BCCDC for the period between May 15 and July 9, 2022. During this period, 52 percent of BC residents had received their first booster shots, and 76 percent of those who died from COVID-19 infection had received their first booster shots.

The author of the Letter to the Editor article commented, “If you look at the statistics from the BCCDC site, you will see that there is zero scientific evidence for keeping the vaccine passport in place.”

However, on July 28, 2022, the BCCDC website indicated that their “outcomes by vaccination status” data would be removed as of that date. At present, this data is no longer available on its website.

CTV News Vancouver asked the B.C. Ministry of Health for an explanation for the data removal. The Ministry of Health responded with three points:

By Xiaoxu Sean Lin and HEALTH 1+1

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