A study published by ESC Heart Failure on January 14 found that autopsy reports point to COVID-19 vaccine injuries as the cause of death in 28 individuals.
“We performed a systematic review of all published autopsy reports involving COVID-19 vaccination-induced myocarditis through 3 July 2023. All autopsy studies that include COVID-19 vaccine-induced myocarditis as a possible cause of death were included,” the study’s abstract reads.
“We initially identified 1691 studies and, after screening for our inclusion criteria, included 14 papers that contained 28 autopsy cases. The cardiovascular system was the only organ system affected in 26 cases,” the authors added.
Myocarditis was “characterized as a consequence from multisystem inflammatory syndrome” in two of the cases.
The study’s authors noted that “all 28 deaths were most likely causally linked to COVID-19 vaccination.”
The researchers concluded that there is a “high likelihood of a causal link between COVID-19 vaccines and death from myocarditis. This may also apply to some cases where sudden, unexpected death has occurred in a vaccinated person.”
A pre-print systematic review in The Lancet from July 2023 found a “high likelihood” of causal links between COVID-19 vaccine administration and death, American Faith reported.
The review, conducted through autopsy and post-mortem analysis, discovered that a majority of deaths studied occurred within a week from the last vaccine administration and suggests “a high likelihood of a causal link between COVID-19 vaccines and death in most cases.”
The researchers initially identified 678 studies, but the final review included 44 papers, containing 325 autopsy cases and one necropsy case.
“Three physicians independently reviewed all deaths and determined whether COVID-19 vaccination was the direct cause or contributed significantly to death,” the paper reads.
The review found that the most implicated organ system in COVID-19 vaccine-associated death was the cardiovascular system, contributing to 53% of the deaths, followed by the hematological system at 17%, the respiratory system at 8%, and multiple organ systems at 7%.
“Three or more organ systems were affected in 21 cases,” the authors confirmed.