German insurance data shows 88 fully vaccinated people are dying suddenly and unexpectedly every day

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Before the jab was rolled out, the average number of sudden deaths in Germany stood at approximately 6,000 per quarter. Even during the “pandemic” in 2020, excess deaths followed similar trends to 2019, hovering around 6,000 per quarter.

Now, there are roughly 14,000 sudden and unexpected deaths per quarter. Excess mortality has more than doubled in a heavily vaccinated population. Every day in Germany, roughly 88 fully vaccinated people are now dying suddenly and unexpectedly – above the pre-vaccine averages.

https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-12-19-german-insurance-data-88-fully-vaccinated-people-dying-suddenly-unexpectedly-every-day.htmlMonday, December 19, 2022

by: Lance D Johnson

Dec 20, 2022

Image: German insurance data shows 88 fully vaccinated people are dying suddenly and unexpectedly every day

The Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (KBV) just released insurance records for 72 million Germans. The data paints a harrowing picture. Not only has the vaccine failed to save people’s lives from infection, but it’s now apparent that populations are living through a modern-day vaccine holocaust. The data was released at a press conference and live-streamed on December…

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