New study finds COVID-19 vaccines did not reduce mortality in the U.S.

New study finds COVID-19 vaccines did not reduce mortality in the U.S.

Dr. Denis Rancourt discusses the findings of his recent statistical analysis of all-cause mortality in the United States. His results show that public health measures were harmful and the COVID-19 genetic vaccination program did not reduce mortality. The rise in excess deaths was not due to SARS-CoV-2 infection, but may have been attributed to the rise in cases of bacterial pneumonia.
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