It was fun back in the day. The NSW Health Department used to publish covid hospitalisation statistics to show the benefit of vaccination. Well, they did until it became blindingly obvious that the four-dose enthusiasts were overrepresented in hospital admissions and deaths. From this article, this graph showed that the four dose enthusiasts were taking a beating in data to July 2022:

Some statistics have now come out of the UK with more detail by age group. This graphic shows the fate of the 18 – 39 age group by month from January to May 2023 as they progressed through the vaccination process. Fate as in death as the bars are the mortality rate per 100,000:

Green is unvaccinated and the orange bar is one dose. The one dose people have about a 50% higher death rate than the unvaccinated. And then it drops away until the fourth dose. Taking the fourth dose, the red bar, results in a death rate four times that of the unvaccinated. That death rate for the four-dose enthusiasts is a 0.1% chance of death per year and is 0.08% per year more than the natural rate. If, all things being equal, these people were to live another 50 years then that translates to about a 4% chance of death due to their vaccinations over their lifetimes. They chose poorly, as they say.

Vaccination is not supposed to increase the death rate. A German paper from late last year now tells us why. Briefly, there are four types of Immunoglobulin G which together represent 75% of the serum antibodies in humans. IgG1, IgG2, IgG3 normally constitute 99.96% of the Immunoglobulin G in circulation. IgG4 is normally the balance of 0.04%.

What the German study found was that vaccination caused the proportion of IgG4 to rise after the second dose and again after the third dose to near 40% in some individuals after the third dose. Why this is a bad thing is because the role of IgG4 is to stop the immune system from overreacting to allergens like pollen. What it means in covid is that the IgG4 antibodies will bind to the covid virions and stop the rest of the immune system from attacking them. Which in turn means a higher covid infection rate and a higher death rate.  Post the third dose, those with higher IgG4 levels were more likely to be infected with covid.

As shown by Figure 2 above, IgG4 levels don’t immediately respond to vaccination; there is a lag of some months after the second dose. For those with a covid infection after their third dose (shown by the circles with the grey fill), IgG4 levels rose again to up to 80% of total anti-spike antibodies. Seemingly this is a positive feedback loop until the individual can’t cope with another covid infection. According to this paper from 2021, the serum IgG4 level is predictive of covid mortality.

The four dose enthusiasts may have set themselves up for IgG4-related disease which is ‘a multi-organ, fibro-inflammatory condition with tumefactive lesions of unknown etiology and characteristic histopathological features. Virtually any organ can be involved, but the most commonly involved organs are the pancreas, kidneys, orbital adnexal structures, salivary glands, and retroperitoneum.’

The UK data provides detail by 10 year age cohorts so what does that tell us? The following graphs show  the results for the month of May 2023 for the UK:

In the 40 to 49 age cohort, the one dose people have a doubled mortality rate which drops away with more doses until the fourth dose hits when it is back to a near doubled death rate.

The 50 to 59 cohort presents as one in which no dose level is worse off than being unvaccinated.

Then in the 60 to 69 cohort, the one dose effect returns with no other group worse off than being unvaccinated.

Much the same thing is seen in the 70 to 79 cohort. The higher death rate for the one dose people is seen in four of the 5 age cohorts. The one that misses out is the 50 to 59ers which is also the cross-over between a higher death rate for the four dose enthusiasts to a lower death rate after the age 0f 69. This does not necessarily mean that these effects are related. The higher death rate for the one-dose people may be as a result of a particular allele and thus these people would still have died if they had another dose.

The IgG4-driven higher death rate for the four dose enthusiasts under the age of 50 is likely due to the more active immune systema of these people.

The results are in but the mRNA injection experiment continues.

David Archibald is the author of The Anticancer Garden in Australia.