This report is important because it shows with empirical evidence that the prioritization of injecting the elderly with COVID-19 products was the wrong way to go. Furthermore, it wasn’t really based on any data. It was just, ‘a hope’ …
The authors calculated what they refer to as the vaccine-dose fatality rate (vDFR) which very simply equates to the number of injection-induced deaths over the number of doses administered.
… What they found is that older individuals have much higher vDFRs – peaking at 0.93% in individuals 85 years and older in Australia – and doubling times obtained by fitting an exponential function to the age-stratified vDFR calculations (for the 5 and 8 data points for Australia and Israel, respectively) at 5.4 and 4.9 years. The doubling times in this case are calculated based on age, so basically the risk of dying doubles every 5 years, per injection, and therefore, it is precisely the elderly who should NOT have gotten these shots rst, if at all.