Analysing Covid vaccine efficiency and safety statistics
NOTE error at end of conclusions: should say "proportion of unvaccinated underestimated" - not vaccinated. In this lecture I talk about our ongoing analysis of the latest data published by the Office for Nat Statistics on mortality by vaccine status. The reason this data is incredibly important is because it potentially provides us with the simplest and most objective way to determine the overall risk-benefit of the Covid vaccines, namely the comparison of all-cause mortality between the vaccinated and unvaccinated.
What I will show you is that there are so many inconsistencies and missing information in the data – as is the case for most studies into covid vaccine effectiveness - that few conclusions can be drawn other than that it provides no real evidence that the benefits outweigh the risks.
But before I present these results I provide some background and context for thw work we have been doing on Covid stats