Deaths in Australia from the COVID-19 Vaccine

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Deaths from the COVID-19 Vaccine.

Clive Palmer has been advertising (in a misleading way) that 210 people have died after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, and that 24,000 had adverse reactions from the vaccine.

He could equally have said that 161,400 people died in Australia during 2020 after COVID-19 hit the population.

Both ‘numbers’ are true, but not in the way it is being pushed…

Deaths after COVID-19 and the vaccine.

  • 210 people did die after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, but only one died because of it.
  • 161,400 people died during 2020, after COVID-19 hit Australia, but only 910 died because of it.

75% of the 210 people who died after getting a vaccine were over 75. Only 7% were under 65.  Over 99% died from causes other than the vaccine, such as old age.

442 people die every day in Australia from all causes.

Adverse reactions from the vaccine.

24,000 had adverse reactions from the vaccine.
I was one, I had a pain in the site of the injection, and a headache. It was the same when I had the flu shot.

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Clive Palmers 210 Deaths figure?

Clive Palmer omitted a very important part from the official TGA statement. It was this: “Only ONE of those deaths was found to have been caused by the Vaccine“.

The TGA report notes that “apart from the single Australian case in which death was linked to TSS (thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome), COVID-19 vaccines have not been found to cause death”.


Official reports show that one person in Australia dies every 3 and 13 seconds on average.

In the year ended 31 December 2020 there were 161,400 deaths, out of a population of 25,694,400.
That is about 442 people that died every day in Australia, in 2020.

6.59 million people have been vaccinated in Australia at 21 June 2021.

If 442 out of 25,694,400 people die every day, how many of those vaccinated would die, from normal events, every day?

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