Hagen Scherb and Keiji Hayashi
… the official fear-mongering forecasts and the allegedly confirmed high death toll in 2020 from Covid-19 in high income countries did not come true, neither in Japan nor in Germany. Based on early investigations in 2020 and 2021, however, great damage was not to be expected. Therefore, it should be investigated to what extent the about 5 to 10 percent highly significantly increased mortalities in Germany and Japan in 2021 and 2022 might be due to the pandemic counter measures, including the vaccinations with their possibly underestimated immediate or protracted side effects. In a study from the Maltese Mater Dei Hospital, the vaccination rate in the population was positively correlated with the frequency of emergency admissions over time . From this point of view, it seems possible that a high vaccination rate has contributed to an increased all-cause mortality in some countries.
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