Germany: COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Increased Population Mortality

By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH  

Mass COVID-19 vaccination around the globe has raised alarms in the public health community for many reasons. Of greatest importance is all-cause mortality and reduced longevity.

Kuhbandner and Reitzner from Universitat Regensburg and Universit¨at Osnabruck, respectively, integrated mortality data from all 16 German States and vaccination rates from the Robert Koch Institute for the pandemic years, 2020, 2021, and 2022. This was first reported to the public by TrialSite News. 

If COVID-19 vaccination really reduced rates of COVID-19 death and was safe as asserted by government agencies, then mortality rates should have gone down over the pandemic for two reasons:

(1) culling effect in 2020 with older more elderly frail individuals succumbing to SARS-CoV-2 infection, [and] (2) mortality benefit from mass vaccination and boosters. No mass vaccination campaign should ever increase population death rates.

Unfortunately, the authors found just the opposite. Their conclusions are chilling. As COVID-19 deaths declined, most likely attributable to early treatments, growing population natural immunity, and milder strains of SARS-CoV-2, the excess mortality increased most likely due to mass vaccination....