Excess mortality in the UK, across deprivation quintiles, is almost entirely explained by Covid vaccination rates by quintile. Covid vaccination rate explains 94% of the differences and the relationship has great statistical significance P=0.0052!
The 2022 decline in births in the UK, across deprivation quintiles, is similarly explained by Covid vaccination rates by quintile.
As I wrote a few times previously, the UK is experiencing a very alarming 15% decline in births.
UK: Births in England Collapsed and are NOT Coming Back Up
A new UKHSA Sep 1, 2022 Vaccine Effectiveness Report is out. The report says that it "applies to England". And it has very bad news. Live births dropped in England by 14% as of May 2022, and the decline seems to be worsening and not recovering. I highlighted the relevant data that we will look at…
a month ago · 526 likes · 506 comments · Igor Chudov
Will UK's Birth Rate Decline Bring "Hyper-Liberal Future", or Extinction?
The UK (among other nations) is having a very strange "infertility epidemic": the number of births in June 2022, compared to June 2021, declined by a staggering 15%. Note that the preceding month's decline was 13% and things got worse since my previous report…
9 days ago · 314 likes · 383 comments · Igor Chudov
The UK is also experiencing a no less alarming 10-15% increase in DEATHS,called "excess mortality", or mortality above what would be expected if the pandemic (and the pandemic measures such as vaccination) did not occur.
The increase in deaths, as well as a decrease in births, both work towards a reduction in the population of the United Kingdom. What causes both of these effects? Let's look.
Besides writing about the UK, I covered vaccine effects on birth rates in several posts about Hungary (using linear regression to show the effects of vaccination by analyzing individual counties in Hungary), Sweden, Germany, and more. Several countries such as Hungary, Sweden, and Germany showed a strange correlation between reduced birth rates with vaccinations 9 months prior.
However, substacker T Coddington found an entirely new way of looking at the UK birth data:
UK Birth Data- the need to continue following up
In a recent post, the bad cat did a follow up on birth data in Sweden which shows a significantly lower number of births in 2022 vs. 2021. He instructs us to be cautious on drawing strong conclusions as the data available to us is not nearly enough to provide certainty of a fertility effect from the vaccination campaign…
4 days ago · 39 likes · 22 comments · T Coddington
He looked at women giving birth, by economic deprivation quintile, using a creative and painstaking approach of pulling and combining birth data by deprivation quintile, from several separate reports. The results are startling: while the most economically deprived quintileincreased births as a fraction of all births, the wealthiest quintiledecreased births as a fraction of all births.
The change from an increased, to a decreased fraction of births, is gradual, as the economic well-being of mothers improves! We also know, (as explained in the "death" section below), that the Covid vaccination rates increase with the economic well-being of mothers.
So, we have:
The higher the economic well-being of a mother, the greater the chances that the mother received Covid vaccines.
The higher the economic well-being of a mother, the greater the chances that the mother's fertility decreased!
The conclusion is: more vaccines, more infertility!