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More deaths from vaccinations than from Covid-19 in Taiwan

This is the first time that deaths after vaccination in Taiwan have exceeded deaths after illness.

Published: October 17, 2021, 11:45 am

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    The number of deaths from Corona vaccination in Taiwan reached 852 on October 7, Medical Trend reported. The number of deaths after a Covid-19 diagnosis was 844.

    The Taiwan Ministry of Health issued a “Post-COVID-19 Inoculation Adverse Event Notice” according to which Taiwan began vaccinating on March 22 this year. From that day to October 6, the number of post-vaccination deaths in Taiwan has reached 849.

    643 dead to AstraZeneca, 183 to Moderna

    The highest number of deaths reported after vaccination with AstraZeneca, at 643. After the vaccination with Moderna, 183 deaths were registered and after the jab with the vaccine Medigen produced by Taiwan, there are 22 deaths. One death was recorded according to BioNTech/Pfizer.

    This is consistent with findings in a new study published in The Lancet on vaccine “breakthrough”. The impact of vaccination on admission to hospital in patients with confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection using real-world data was collected by the Yale New Haven Health System.

    According to the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) , four new confirmed cases of Covid-19 were recorded in Taiwan on October 7. These were all brought in from abroad, with no new deaths among the confirmed cases. However, with 3 new deaths after vaccination, the number of deaths after vaccination still exceeds the number of deaths after a Covid diagnosis.

    Official bodies cites ‘sloppy dosing’

    On October 6, Kuomintang MP Yu-Lan Yeh noted that recently some hospitals in Taiwan reported that 25 people had been vaccinated with undiluted vaccine solution or that the vaccine dose was insufficient. At least 0.5 cm³ had allegedly been administered, but only 0.1 cm³ had been indicated.

    Many people get vaccinated in order to survive, and the authorities should not turn life-saving vaccines into life-threatening vaccines due to negligence in control, the official said. People who were vaccinated in accordance with the island’s policy were inexplicably victims of the epidemic, Yeh added. Accordingly, it is not the vaccines themselves that are the cause, but only “sloppiness in the vaccine dosage”.

    High rate of vaccination

    Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Friday (Oct. 15) announced the country had reached a first-dose COVID-19 vaccination rate of over 60 percent, Taiwan News reported.

    Taiwan’s rate has in fact surpassed that of nearly one-third of US states. Vaccine hesitancy has been noted in especially red states – those with a Republican majority. Taiwan’s first-dose vaccination rate has surpassed that of 15 US states, 14 of which voted for President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

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