Internet Searches for “death after vaccine” Increased After Covid Injection Roll-out

by | Jul 3, 2022 | Editorials

Tags: Covid-19

Google is the largest and most used search engine in the world with a desktop market share of over 85%!

Data from Google Trends shows a marked increase in people searching for “death after vaccine” immediately after Covid-19 injections were rolled out around the world.

Google Trends provides insights into the popularity of certain search terms within a given timeframe and locality. According to Google:

Google Trends provides access to a largely unfiltered sample of actual search requests made to Google. It’s anonymized (no one is personally identified), categorized (determining the topic for a search query) and aggregated (grouped together). This allows us to display interest in a particular topic from around the globe or down to city-level geography.

The Covid-19 injection roll out began in January 2021 (with trials being run for months before). Data from Google Trends suggests that searches for terms such as “death after vaccine”, “vaccine chest pains”, “vaccine side effects”, “vaccine pain” and “vaccine vomiting” increased at almost the exact same time.

Graph from Google Trends showing an huge increase in searches for the term 'death after vaccine' immediately after the Covid-19 vaccine roll out

An increase in searches for the term “death after vaccine” could be interpreted as being due to people looking specifically for that kind of data. However, it could also be due to people knowing someone who died shortly after getting injected and looking for more information.

VAERS (the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) provides further corroboration for this hypothesis. The reporting system has received almost 30,000 reports of death following Covid injections since December 14, 2020. (And it is important to keep in mind that vaccine adverse events are not required to be reported. In fact, they are criminally underreported, and many physicians are uneducated on how to use the platform).

According to a recent article on Children’s Health Defense:

VAERS data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show 1,314,594 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID-19 vaccines, including 29,162 deaths and 241,226 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020, and June 24, 2022.

Noteworthy is that “death after vaccine” wasn’t the only term that saw an increase in searches. So did “vaccine chest pains”, “vaccine side effects”, “vaccine pain” and “vaccine vomiting”.

graph from Google Trends showing an huge increase in searches for the term 'vaccine chest pains' immediately after the Covid-19 vaccine roll out
graph from Google Trends showing an huge increase in searches for the term 'vaccine side effects' immediately after the Covid-19 vaccine roll out
graph from Google Trends showing an huge increase in searches for the term 'vaccine pain' immediately after the Covid-19 vaccine roll out
graph from Google Trends showing an huge increase in searches for the term 'vaccine vomiting' immediately after the Covid-19 vaccine roll out
Tags: Covid-19

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