This figure is a bit of an exaggeration. – BBC News
So we have a headline spreading through the news feeds of the Worlds population making a claim that ‘Vaccines have prevented 60,000 deaths’, and now just a few paragraphs later we are told it’s an exaggeration. Great reporting guys, and so it goes on:
The modellers behind the figure looked at the number of infections we’ve seen since the start of the year. They then asked how many of those infected people would have died if the death rates from 2020 still applied. – BBC News 
Let me be clear, this is not science. It is so far removed from science that one can only assume we have literal clowns (no offense to actual clowns) creating these models.
You cannot take the mortality rate of a supposed novel virus from one year and then use this rate the following year. It would have reduced considerably anyway for a number of reasons.
1. A vast proportion of the population in 2021 had now developed some level of natural immunity to the virus
2. Viruses mutate and typically weaken over time, this has become apparent with the so-called delta variant which is being touted as more virulent, but far less deadly.
3. Treatments in 2021 have developed considerably since 2020.
The BBC of course failed to question this ridiculous calculation at all. I’m sure the fact-checkers will be on the case though……..ok, maybe not.
The article then goes on to deceive teenagers further by quoting Jonathan Van-Tam’s response to question he was asked about long-term side effects of the vaccine:
“If there was anything very major going on in terms of side effects and long-term consequences we would have seen those signals and we just haven’t,” – BBC News
Does he have a time machine we do not know about?
Long-term means 12 months, two years, five years and beyond. But even the time we have had has been enough to show us that there are some severe consequences, particularly in youngsters.
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While in training to become a NY State Court Officer, Ahmed Hamideh, felt strong-armed to get the Covid19 vaccine. Just days after his second dose, the 28-year-old suffered a crippling heart attack: