On May 16, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in England published its most recent data on deaths by vaccination status involving deaths with COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 deaths. These deaths occurred between January 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022 in England.
“In contrast to the definition used in the weekly deaths released, deaths where the post-COVID condition, where the acute COVID had ended before the condition immediately causing death occurred is mentioned on the death certificate, and neither of the other two COVID-19 codes are mentioned are not included, as they are likely to be the result of an infection caught a long time previously, and therefore not linked to the vaccination status of the person at the date of death. Deaths involving multisystem inflammatory syndrome associated with COVID-19 where neither COVID-19, virus identified nor COVID-19, virus not identified are mentioned are also excluded,” NSO explained.
The vaccination status was categorized based on the following:
- vaccinated with first dose only, less than 21 days after first vaccination
- vaccinated with first dose only, at least 21 days after first vaccination
- vaccinated with first and second doses, less than 21 days after second vaccination
- vaccinated with first and second doses, at least 21 days but less than 6 months after second vaccination
- vaccinated with first and second doses, at least 6 months after second vaccination
- vaccinated with first, second and third dose and/or booster, less than 21 days after third or booster vaccination
- vaccinated with first, second and third dose and/or booster, at least 21 days after third or booster vaccination
NSO also included an “Ever vaccinated” category (totals of the vaccinated population), which includes anyone who has had at least 1 dose of the vaccine, regardless of further doses.
“Spring boosters are not distinguished in this analysis,” NSO stated.
Table 3 of the analysis: Whole period age-standardized mortality rates by vaccination status for all-cause deaths, deaths involving COVID-19 and deaths not involving COVID-19, per 100,000 person-years, England, deaths occurring between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2022.
In this table, a total of 107,035 deaths were recorded by NSO comprising COVID-19, virus identified and COVID-19, virus not identified under the ‘unvaccinated’ group between January 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022 in England.
For the ‘vaccinated,’ a total of 463,837 deaths were recorded from ‘All causes of death.’
The table below refers to the deaths involving COVID-19. Out of the 463,837 deaths in the ‘vaccinated’ group, only 31,425 died with/from COVID-19. And only 37,961 unvaccinated died with/from the COVID-19 between January 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022.
The table below refers to the deaths not involving COVID-19. Out of the 463,837 deaths in the ‘vaccinated’ group, a massive 432,412 died without COVID-19. NSO did not mention what is included in the non-COVID-19 deaths. With the massive number, TGP assumed it includes adverse reactions from the COVID-19 vaccines and other diseases.
Table 7 of the dataset contains figures on ‘Whole period counts of all registered deaths by vaccination status by age group; for all deaths and deaths involving COVID-19, deaths occurring between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2022, England
The death totals under this table are way higher compared to table 3 of the dataset. In this table, a total of 529,570 deaths were recorded for all deaths occurring between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2022 for people who were vaccinated.
For the ‘unvaccinated’ group who died of all cause of deaths, a total of 134,386 deaths were recorded.
Here are the number of deaths per age group for ‘all causes of deaths’ who were vaccinated.
- 10-39 = 4,015 deaths
- 40-49 = 8,231 deaths
- 50-59 = 25,549 deaths
- 60-69 = 54,282 deaths
- 70-79 = 123,858 deaths
- 80-89 = 190,023 deaths
- 90+ = 123,612 deaths
- 10-39 = 176 deaths
- 40-49 = 413 deaths
- 50-59 = 1,270 deaths
- 60-69 = 3,084 deaths
- 70-79 = 7,616 deaths
- 80-89 = 14,205 deaths
- 90+ = 9,010 deaths
Total deaths of vaccinated without COVID-19: 493,796