If the first 2 doses don't get you, the booster will.
Interesting analysis. Just took a quick look at the Australian data and seems to follow a similar pattern. Covid deaths in Aus is very low (<1000 in total). Mass vaccine push mid this year and seems to be an increasing gradient in deaths at around that time. Would love to see your analysis of this. Another interesting analysis in Australia would be to look at States with no covid + no lockdowns (like Qld and WA). There's an obvious increase in deaths (5-10%), but I'm not sure if statistically significant. Part may be due to population growth (<1%). Only other obvious attributing cause would be vaccines. Data published here https://www.abs.gov.au/statistics/health/causes-death/provisional-mortality-statistics/latest-release#data-download
Nice job Metatron!
Good work as usual. Just a small correction. Sentence should read "This increase in excess mortality *has* continued to climb to the present date with another observable inflection", not "as." Sorry, I'm obsessive about spelling and grammar :|
Nice work. Would be interesting to look at the rates of change here (first and second derivatives) to see whether the excess mortality rates are increasing or decreasing.
Which is the lesser of 3 evils - Pfizer vaccine, Moderna or Astra Zeneca? When you have to travel to visit a sick relative they get you with one of these vaccines because without it I cannot get a 'covid passport' (even though I had covid and now have natural immunity).