The Covid19 vaccine has prevented 20 million deaths worldwide. This would emerge from a study published in June this year in The Lancet Infectious Disease journal and conducted by researchers from Imperial College London.
HART is a group of highly qualified British physicians, scientists, economists, psychologists and other academic experts. They agreed to come together to share concerns about policies and guidance recommendations related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hart made an article entitled "Imperial Fantasy of 20 Million Saved Lives", published July 8 on the hartgroup.org website.
In the Imperial College study the assumptions were so crazy in the latest model that they reached the absurd fantasy of 20 million lives saved. It's hardly worth wasting time on it, but given the coverage it has had in the mainstream media, the issue needs to be addressed.
British independent scientists present a graph showing the trend of Covid deaths in the world: a line that goes from zero pre-pandemic to over six million on May 1, 2022. The start of the vaccination campaign in December 2020 does not seem to have altered the trend of fatal cases associated with covid.
The article shows, in a second graph, the trend of deaths according to the evidence of the Imperial College: the slope of the resultant would increase in an inexplicable way compared to the pre-vaccine period.
To reach 19.8 million lives saved, Imperial College researchers included 500,000 lives that would have been saved in the UK thanks to vaccines. This number derives from an analysis by Neil Ferguson: an epidemiologist and former Johnson government consultant whose mathematical models proved to be unfounded but which served to justify lockdowns and restrictions. Ferguson had announced in the spring of 2020 that without restrictive interventions there would have been 500,000 lives lost to Covid in Great Britain. This is assuming that 85% of the population would have contracted the infection in the first wave and 1% would have died. Since the beginning of the pandemic to date, 182,000 deaths associated with Covid have been reported in the United Kingdom.
If vaccination had saved lives, we could see a difference between countries with different vaccination rates. For example, Eastern European countries have significantly different vaccination rates, from 30% to 66%, however it is impossible to predict Covid mortality numbers based on which countries have had the most vaccinations.
The following graphs show the trend of vaccinations and deaths in some Eastern European countries. It emerges, for example, that Hungary, with 65% of the population vaccinated, has had more deaths than Moldova, where the immunized are just over 40%.
Another demonstration comes from the countries of Southeast Asia: where the vaccination rate is quite high but where there is a mortality of over 400 deaths per million inhabitants. A similar number to the mortality recorded in Europe in the spring of 2020, therefore before the arrival of vaccines.
The conclusion of the independent British researchers is clear: the authors of the analysis published in the Lancet have chosen small occasional studies on mortality in vaccinated and unvaccinated, which have their biases, but produce a result that appeals to the researchers themselves. Hence, according to Hart's experts, these are predictions that have no relation to the real world.