Study Finds Country’s ‘Unprecedented’ Deaths Caused by Covid Shots

Study Finds Country’s ‘Unprecedented’ Deaths Caused by Covid Shots

Yet another damning study has confirmed that Covid mRNA shots are the “unambiguous” cause of an “unprecedented” surge in excess deaths.

Top British and American scientists from the University of Liverpool and Harvard University teamed up with researchers in Cyprus to analyze the island nation’s “substantial, statistically significant,” increase in mortality from all causes in late 2021 and early 2022.

The peer-reviewed study was published in the renowned Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health.

Cyprus suffered a huge spike in excess deaths following the full public rollout of the Covid mRNA injections in early 2021.

At the height of the pandemic, nearly 75% of the Cyprus population was deemed vaccinated for Covid.

During the third and fourth quarters of 2021, total deaths in Cyprus increased by 34.1% and 11.8% respectively.

Total deaths continued to surge the following year, increasing by 30.7% during the first quarter of 2022.

Cyprus began its Covid shot rollout in December 2020, prioritizing vulnerable citizens.

In early 2021, the country expanded its vaccination program to the rest of the population.

The peaks in monthly vaccination rates occurred in May 2021 and December 2021.

Those months were followed by “unprecedented” spikes in the country’s mortality rates, the study found.

“We concluded that excess mortality occurs at unprecedented levels in Cyprus,” the researchers wrote.

“Our findings raise serious concerns regarding the potential impact of the vaccination campaign and other causes on mortality.”

Based on the association they identified, the scientists said:

“A detailed cause-specific investigation of such a significant excess number of deaths is warranted to explore the potential factors leading to this concerning and unexplained increase in population mortality.”

The researchers analyzed official government mortality data from 2016-2022, as reported by the Cyprus Ministry of Health to the European Statistical Office, or Eurostat.

They also analyzed weekly data from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control regarding Covid vaccinations and related deaths collected during the pandemic.

Using that data, they determined average all-cause mortality rates and excess deaths over time, deaths reported from COVID-19, and the total number of Covid mRNA injections administered for Cyprus by age group.

The team first compared excess deaths before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.

They then examined how those numbers related to the vaccine rollout.

In response to the study’s findings, Denis Rancourt, Ph.D., an all-cause mortality researcher and former physics professor at the University of Ottawa in Canada, said:

“There’s clearly a temporal association here between vaccines and excess all-cause mortality.

“This association is robust, it’s unambiguous, it’s clear, it’s in the data itself.”

Rancourt’s team of scientists at the Canada-based Correlation Research in the Public Interest has also conducted several studies on the same subject.

These studies also found strong associations between vaccine rollouts and excess mortality.

He said the mortality rates and the association with the vaccine reported in the Cyprus study are similar to what his team found in their own analysis of Cyprus, which is part of a larger study not yet published.

Epidemiologists use all-cause mortality — a measure of the total number of deaths from all causes in a given time frame for a given population — as the most reliable data for detecting and characterizing events causing death and evaluating the population-level effect of deaths from any cause.

As THAIMBC News has reported, data showing the official cause of death has repeatedly been found to be unreliable and even completely fabricated.

Vaccines are rarely listed as a cause of death and whistleblowers have testified that deaths among the vaccinated are often listed as “unvaccinated” to mislead the public about the safety of the shots.

Excess death, or excess mortality, refers to the number of deaths from all causes during a crisis above and beyond what would be expected under “normal” conditions.

Excess mortality is a “more comprehensive measure” of the impact of the pandemic on mortality than the confirmed COVID-19 deaths because it captures deaths from other causes.

This data includes deaths from causes such as vaccines, treatment protocols, or other factors that are attributable to the “overall COVID-19 crisis,” the study’s authors wrote.

“COVID-19 death data is notoriously not reliable,” Rancourt agreed.

Research also shows that the trends identified in Cyprus are consistent with broader regional and global trends, the authors said.

Across the EU, the authors wrote, excess deaths increased in 2020 and continued through 2023, albeit at variable rates.

Cyprus, they noted, was one of the EU member states with the highest excess mortality — in 2022 it had the highest excess mortality rate in Europe, reaching 26.4%.

This was consistent with findings worldwide. For example, a study found the U.S. experienced substantial excess mortality during the pandemic.

Additionally, the authors’ previously published research showed a substantial increase in mortality in Cyprus in 2021 compared to 2020, even when excluding deaths reported to be caused by COVID-19.

For their current study, the authors calculated the average all-cause mortality using pre-pandemic data from 2016-2019 and assessed how mortality deviated from that level.

Before 2020, they found very little excess mortality.

They found two peaks in vaccination across Cyprus’s population of 904,705 people.

In May 2021, when the first peak happened, 42% of the population was vaccinated.

In December 2021 at the second peak, 71% of the population was vaccinated.

They found that after each vaccination peak, there was a higher rate of excess deaths, which was more severe after the second peak.

They also noted that excess deaths remained low during the period between the start of the pandemic in Cyprus and the start of the vaccination campaign, only beginning to climb substantially after the vaccine was introduced.

Overall, Cyrus suffered approximately 3,000 excess deaths in 2021-2022.

Rancourt said there were a few interesting things in the data that the authors didn’t highlight.

Cyprus typically has higher mortality in the winter and low in the summer, he said.

“It’s unheard of to have a high mortality in the summer,” Rancourt explains.

“But in 2021, just after the main first wave of vaccination rollout, after a large number of vaccine doses had been given, there was a very large summer peak in excess mortality.”

The researchers warn that the data they analyzed for the study highlights “the concerns that the vaccination campaign may have contributed to this worldwide observed excess mortality.”

Many researchers have identified links between the toxicity of vaccine batches and adverse events, they noted.

Rancourt and his team have linked the vaccine rollouts to unprecedented peaks in all-cause mortality in a study of 17 countries.

They are currently completing a study of 125 countries which will be concluded and published soon.