122. Vaccine Statistics in Scotland
122. Vaccine Statistics in Scotland

122. Vaccine Statistics in Scotland

Vienna 10/18/2021

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Scotland is the most vaccinated part of the British Isles. Of the 5.45 million inhabitants, 3.88 million people received the full dose, that is 71.1% of all inhabitants. Further down the list are Wales 70.9%, England 67.5% and Northern Ireland 64.0%. Scotland also provides solid statistics on this experiment. I read about the situation in Scotland in a German-language Austrian article: Over-mortality in Scotland up to 30 percent higher than last year.

On June 23, 2021, the Scottish CDC – Public Health Scotland announced that 5,522 people had died in Scotland from December 8, 2020 to June 11, 2021 within 28 days of receiving an mRNA dose. It follows that 0.1423% of the participants died from it after receiving this preparation. There were 1,877 deaths from the Pfizer formulation. AstraZeneca vaccinated 3,643 people while Moderna vaccinated 2 people. There is one fatal case out of 700 participants. Serious complications are not considered here.

If we assume similar conditions in England, there were 37.80 million people on June 23, 2021 who agreed to this experiment. One can calculate: 37,800,000 x 0.001423 = 53,789 deaths within 4 weeks of taking this substance. So many English people would be alive if they weren’t fooled by the criminal propaganda on television.

In 2007, Scotland hired the best advertising company and spent £ 125,000 inventing a new “hot” slogan to boost tourism

According to data released by the National Records of Scotland, in the 40th week of 21st (October 3rd to 10th) in Scotland – regardless of the cause of death – 315 people (30%) more died than the 2016-2019 average. It’s also a record weekly excess mortality rate this year.

Author of the article Marek Wojcik

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