The Scottish government has reported the following:
A freedom of information request made on the 30th January asked the Scottish Government to reveal the total number of people who had died of Covid-19 since March 2020. To which the Scottish Government responded on the 11th March 2021 with – “The answer to your question is 596 deaths involving COVID-19 has been registered where there was no pre-existing medical condition between March 2020 and January 2021….
The most up to date figures published by PHS and within the report released by on the 23rd June 2021, and they reveal that between the 8th December 2020 and the 11th June 2021 a total number of 5,522 people died within 28 days of having a dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
So, 59.6 people per month died of Covid (as opposed to WITH Covid), while 788.9 people per month have died within 28 days of being injected with a Covid vaccine. That suggests – it does not prove, but it suggests – that the Covid vaccines may be more lethal than the disease they are supposed to prevent.
Now, obviously we don’t know how many of those 5,522 deaths were caused by the vaccines; it would be helpful to know what the various attributed causes of death were. If they are all automobile accidents, then obviously the vaccines are probably not to blame. If they are all heart attacks and strokes, then a comparison to the number of same causes during a similar period in 2017 or 2018 would be in order.
However, since the total average monthly deaths in Scotland in 2018 was 4,875, it is unlikely that a random distribution would result in nearly 20 percent of all deaths being the deaths of those who were very recently vaccinated.
The next clue will be an unusually high number of deaths in the 18-to-49 age group.