New Bombshell COVID Study Released

(StraightShooterNews.com) – A new study from the Netherlands suggests that COVID-19 vaccines may have played a huge part in an “unprecedented” rise in excess deaths in the U.S. and other Western countries during the three years since the pandemic began.

Researchers from Vrije Universiteit in the Netherlands analyzed mortality data across 47 Western nations and found that despite the extensive use of COVID-19 vaccines and several control strategies, excess mortality rates have remained high since 2020.

Published in BMJ Public Health, the study highlights growing concerns about the continued high rates of excess deaths, which prompted calls for a deeper investigation into their causes.

“Although COVID-19 vaccines were provided to guard civilians from suffering morbidity and mortality by the COVID-19 virus, suspected adverse events have been documented as well,” the researchers noted.

They reported that both healthcare professionals and the public have recorded serious injuries and deaths in several official Western databases after getting vaccinated.

The researchers emphasized the importance of valuing each life, a principle for which politicians strongly advocated during the pandemic’s height.

The media also played a role by reminding people of the significance of each COVID-19 death and the protective measures against the virus every day. “In the aftermath of the pandemic, the same moral should apply,” they stated.

According to the study, more than three million excess deaths were recorded across the U.S., Europe and Australia from 2020 onwards, with over a million of these in 2020 during the pandemic’s peak. The numbers remained elevated, with 1.2 million in 2021 and 800,000 in 2022.

These figures include deaths directly associated with the virus and those indirectly linked to the health strategies implemented to curb the virus’s spread, the study explains.

Notably, the study points to severe vaccine side effects such as ischemic strokes, acute coronary syndromes and brain hemorrhages.

Since they are highly common, these instances are often overlooked as potential adverse vaccine reactions, which complicates recognizing and reporting them.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that over 1.1 million Americans have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

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