Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

What are you doing about the increase in vaccine related deaths since the roll out of the experimental covid-19 experimental injections/vaccines

Yours faithfully,

Paul Lewis

FreedomofInformation, Department of Health and Social Care

Dear Mr Lewis,

Thank you for your email.

The Freedom of Information Act only applies to recorded information such as paper or electronic archive material. As your correspondence asked for general information and an explanation rather than requesting recorded information or documentation, it did not fall under the provisions of the Act. It will be answered as general correspondence in due course.

Yours sincerely,

FOI Team
Department of Health and Social Care

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Department of Health and Social Care

Our ref: DE-1328363
 
Dear Mr Lewis,
 
Thank you for your correspondence of 7 May about COVID-19. I have been
asked to reply.

The Freedom of Information Act only applies to recorded information such
as paper or electronic archive material.  As your correspondence asked for
general information, rather than requesting recorded information or
documentation, it did not fall under the provisions of the Act.

The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care receives regular reports
on COVID-19 cases and associated deaths, as well as information on adverse
events in those who have received a COVID-19 vaccine.

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) Yellow
Card Scheme enables health professionals and the public, including
patients, carers and parents, to report any suspected side effects,
including deaths, following the administration of a medicine. This enables
regulators and the public to monitor any side effects the vaccine may have
over its deployment. 

The latest Yellow Card report shows that between 9 December and 21 April,
the MHRA had received 347 UK reports of suspected adverse reactions to the
Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine in which the patient died shortly after
vaccination, 685 reports for the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, 2 for the
Moderna vaccine and 13 where the brand of vaccine was unspecified. The
majority of these reports were in older people or people with underlying
illness. Usage of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine has increased rapidly and
therefore, so has reporting of fatal events with a temporal association
with vaccination, however, this does not yet indicate a direct link
between vaccination and the fatalities reported. The latest Yellow Card
report can be found at:
[1]www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-vaccine-adverse-reactions/coronavirus-vaccine-summary-of-yellow-card-reporting.
  

Additionally, the Office for National Statistics publishes the number of
deaths where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, as reported
by a health professional. The latest data available was published in March
and can be found at:
[2]www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/datasets/monthlymortalityanalysisenglandandwales.

Table 12 in the monthly mortality analysis shows that, of deaths
registered from March 2020 to February 2021 in England and Wales, there
were no deaths where an adverse reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine was
mentioned on the death certificate.

Building on this, a Public Health England (PHE) study, published on 17
March, suggests that mortality rates in those aged 80 and above falls from
13 per cent in those who are unvaccinated to ten per cent in those who
contract the disease 13 days post-vaccination. There is a further fall in
the mortality rate to seven per cent in those who were vaccinated 14 days
or more prior to onset of the disease. The PHE vaccine effectiveness
report can be found at:
[3]https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk....

Furthermore, PHE analysis suggests that, up to the end of March, the UK
COVID-19 vaccination programme has so far prevented 10,400 deaths in those
aged 60 and above. The full press release on this can be found at:
[4]www.gov.uk/government/news/covid-19-vaccines-have-prevented-10-400-deaths-in-older-adults.

I hope this reply is helpful.

Yours sincerely,
 
Anthony Moses
Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries
Department of Health and Social Care
 

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

"Furthermore, PHE analysis suggests that, up to the end of March, the UK
COVID-19 vaccination programme has so far prevented 10,400 deaths in those
aged 60 and above"

Suggests should be in bold

get ready for Nuremberg 2.0

Yours faithfully,

Paul Lewis