99.6% of COVID deaths in Canada were among vaccinated people between April 10-17

According to official health data, 222 fully vaccinated individuals died from COVID compared to only one unvaccinated person among the eligible population in Canada between April 10-17.

That’s a staggering 99.6 per cent of COVID deaths attributed to the vaccinated groups.

Note: We have excluded the “cases not yet protected” category, which covers those too young to receive a COVID vaccine or those with underlying conditions that make them ineligible. Curiously, this number went down over the week, likely due to a death being wrongly attributed to COVID.

On April 10, the total amount of deaths for the unvaccinated population was 9,511. The subsequent release of weekly data showed that, on April 17, that total increased by only one to 9,512.

Conversely, on April 10, the total amount of deaths for the double-jabbed vaccinated population was 2,770. That total jumped by 62 after the same weekly update, totalling 2,832.

Finally, the “fully vaccinated with an additional dose” category shows a shocking 160-count increase over the week, from 1,835 to 1,995.

Thus, during the week of April 10-17 in Canada, when comparing unvaccinated to vaccinated and vaccinated with a booster dose, 222 out of the 223 COVID deaths were among those with two or three COVID vaccinations. Just one COVID death was attributed to an unvaccinated person.

In other words, 99.6 per cent of these 223 COVID deaths were among the vaccinated population, with 72 per cent of the COVID deaths in those that had received booster doses.

The total deaths rose from 15,775 to 16,002, making a difference of 227 over the week. The additional four deaths come from the partially vaccinated category having five deaths attributed to them and one from the “cases not yet protected” category being subtracted.

Of course, a much greater percentage of individuals in Canada have been vaccinated than not. But even when accounting for the differences in population size, the vaccinated population is still more likely to die from COVID.

As of April 24, 86 per cent of the total eligible population in Canada has been “fully vaccinated.” When comparing those numbers to the 99.6 per cent death rate among the vaccinated, the week of April 10-17 reveals vaccines had negative efficacy in saving lives. 

The same negative efficacy conclusion comes from the “fully vaccinated with an additional dose” category. This group accounted for 72 per cent of deaths during the week, but as of April 24, only 48 per cent of the population has had at least three shots.

The numbers justifying COVID vaccinations appear to be getting worse by the week. Countries are dropping their mandates accordingly — except Canada, which continues to persecute unvaccinated individuals.   

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