“Is there a complexity to verifying the actual cause of death?”
Professor Brett Sutton (Victorian Chief Health Officer):
“Not necessarily. So, for deaths from coronavirus, anyone who’s a confirmed case who dies is classified amongst coronavirus deaths. So it doesn’t have to be definitively from coronavirus, and in some instances, you know, in aged care, there would’ve been some residents who were already receiving palliative care who became infected with coronavirus so it’s not definitive about whether they’ve died with or from coronavirus. I think it’s fair to say that coronavirus is a very serious infection in anyone in aged care, but for classification purposes, and reporting purposes, that’s the definition.“
Richard Glover (ABC):
“Is the data, for what it’s worth – I know it’s stripped of a lot of the normal warnings that you put on this data and the explanations of the data. But is the data correct as far as it goes?”
Professor John Skerritt (Deputy Secretary of the Therapeutic Goods Administration):
“Well, without the explanation, it’s quite misleading. So what it says is that 495 people have had reports given to us that there was a death, sometime, days or perhaps a week or so after they had a COVID vaccine. Now, as you know, thankfully more and more people every day are being vaccinated. And sadly, in Australia, 170,000 people die every year, 3250 Australians die every single week. And so, it’s not surprising that two days after, say, a Pfizer vaccine, some people will die, the same way two days after going and seeing a doctor about something totally unrelated, they will die or two days after catching a bus. So really, it’s not the cause and effect thing. And when we’ve looked at cause and effect, we believe that there’s a total of nine reports of deaths that can be associated to vaccines, and this is against a background of 20 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines being given in Australia. Nine out of 20 million doses.”
Queensland Health has released guidance on attributing Death to the Covid Vaccines, complete with numerous examples:
“While death following COVID-19 vaccination is not an expected outcome of health care, in practice not all post-vaccination deaths will be vaccine-related but rather as a result of the person’s underlying health conditions. This document seeks to provide guidance for medical practitioners when certifying cause of death when a person has recently had a COVID-19 vaccine.”
It makes you wonder how those 800 odd elderly Victorian ‘Covid’ deaths, around August last year, might have looked had such clear and generous guidance been published.
Would the general public still be stupefied with fear?