So many “fully vaccinated” Aussies are getting really sick or dying from their Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections that Queensland Health claims it is no longer able to keep up with data tracking.
The pro-jab organization has confirmed that “adverse vaccination events” are soaring to record highs, and that many vaccine-induced disease cases are having to be skipped over because there are just too many of them to keep track of at this point.
“Due to the large number of adverse events being reported throughout Queensland we are unable to routinely contact every reporter individually,” reported Queensland Health on its website.
“Someone from the Public Health Unit in your area may contact you or your health provider if they require more information for reporting and surveillance purposes. If you have any concerns about ongoing symptoms or future vaccinations, please speak to your GP or Healthcare provider.”
Attributing deaths to COVID-19 vaccines – a guide for medical practitioners
Version 1.3 Updated 18th August 2021
While death following COVID-19 vaccination is not an expected outcome of health care, in practice not all post-vaccination deaths will be vaccine-related but rather as a result of the person’s underlying health conditions. This document seeks to provide guidance for medical practitioners when certifying cause of death when a person has recently had a COVID-19 vaccine.
When is the death of a person who has received a COVID-19 vaccine reportable to the coroner?
The fact that a person received a COVID-19 vaccine some time prior to their death does not of itself make their death reportable to the coroner. The death of a person who has received a COVID-19 vaccination will only be reportable to the coroner if:
• the death may be vaccine-related (health care related); or
• the death is reportable for another reason (for example – the person died as a result of mechanical fall-related injury).
The legal threshold for issuing a cause of death certificate in Queensland is whether the certifying doctor can form an opinion as to the probable cause of death.