i know you aren't one for reading beyond the headline but if you scroll down on that very link you posted you will see that significant excess deaths occurred in weeks 40,42-51 for England
week 51 data "headline only" for you;https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/947877/Weekly_report_mortality__w52.pdf
varies by week due to lag in reporting over bank holiday etc. i imagine week 2-3 of this year will be significant
i'm trying not to reply to emixam as when he posted reference to the site "off guardian" it became obvious that he has unfortunately gone way over the edge and is beyond non-professional help (he definitely attends QAnon rallies)… but very briefly for the benefit of anyone who thinks emixam is right;
- Sperm toxicity.
No clue where you guys are getting this from. Sperm levels/quality are standardly measured in all clinical trials and any impact on them leads to a black box label if the drug is even approved. Gilead's filgotinib recently didn't gain approval due to this - look it up. No vaccine has ever impacted sperm counts. There is literally no way it can change your DNA and you can pass mutant sperm to your partner
… The reason it isn't recommended for pregnant women is because it hasn't been tested in them; it is therefore irresponsible to endorse it.
The quotes you have used are completely out of context/manipulated. please look at some other/reputable sources ffs. PCR can be used to detect viral load (i have even personally done this to measure viral transfection in cell lines). The main flaw of PCR is not cycle number but actually primer quality/fidelity. to get around this in the UK we use 3x sets of different primers in our PCR test; measuring 3x components of the viral DNA itself. therefore doesnt matter if 1 DNA section gets amplified off another virus; the other 2 sections won't… Also higher cycles are good as it reduces chance of false negatives - which in this case is better than lower numbers of false positives. PCR song for your entertainment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5yPkxCLads
- Incomplete phase III.
The parts of the phase III required for initial efficacy/safety results and subsequent regulatory approval are complete. Other parts/arms of the study are still being conducted. Results from these additional arms will allow the regulatory agency to expand the label… From initial flick through the ct.gov it looks like the label may be expanded to allow it be used in children as well as inform the re-dosing/booster protocol. This is standard procedure for every drug approved in the last 20 years. Every manufacturer does it! and the regulators endorse and encourage it