Cayman COVID transmission free for one year

| 09/07/2021 | 116 Comments

(CNS): On Sunday the Cayman Islands will mark one year without an single local transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in the community. Since last July the only cases have been among travellers arriving with the virus and moving into quarantine, which has prevented any transmission, a situation that sets the country apart from almost every other in the world. There was just one new case in a traveller on Friday, according to the latest test results, which means that there are currently just two cases of COVID-19 among those in isolation, both of whom are asymptomatic.

The first case of COVID-19 was reported on 13 March last year in a visitor who was just one of two people who died from the virus here. The Cayman Islands has used strict border control, travel regulations, stringent technology-based quarantine measures and rigorous contact tracing to keep the virus at bay.

“The Cayman Islands is one of the first jurisdictions to have avoided community transmission for this length of time,” said Premier Wayne Panton. “This would not be possible without the efforts of the government and the public working together to protect the country. We have to continue the good fight by now taking up the vaccines where eligible.”

However, the vaccine rate didn’t move Friday as the clinics were closed yesterday. Health Minister Sabrina Turner urged people not to get complacent about the risk the virus still poses and urged all residents to get vaccinated.

“We cannot be complacent and must remain vigilant and mindful of the potential risk of not achieving an 80% vaccination rate,” she said. “I want to take this opportunity to remind the community that the more people are vaccinated, the higher our population’s level of protection becomes. This gives us hope that we could be celebrating another year from now.”

Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee applauded Travel Cayman, port workers, healthcare workers, and the wider government, as well as public support and commitment in keeping Cayman largely virus free. He also stressed how successful the vaccine is at fighting the virus.

“We are witnessing that vaccinations reduce the impact of COVID-19 on public and community health around the world, adding to the body of real-world evidence of their effectiveness. This is vital as we seek to find ways to reduce travel restrictions,” he said.

There have been over three billion doses given globally with more than 900 million people now fully vaccinated. Experts agree the risk of serious side effects from vaccinations remain far smaller than its benefits.

Governor Martyn Roper has ensure the continued supply of free Pfizer vaccine doses from the UK, now understood to be the best vaccine available. He said the vaccination rate here compares well internationally but we still have some way to go. “As we reopen the border, it is vital that we get even more jabs in arms so we can reopen with confidence,” he added.

Although Cayman has been stringent in its quarantine rules with the threat of heavy fines and even jail time to keep the virus away from the community, there have been occasional breaches of isolation protocols.

Police are currently investigating one such recent breach, said to involve a person in isolation meeting a member of the public, a picture of which was posted on social media. The local contact has been placed in quarantine and both of the people involved have been warned for intended prosecution. Public Health has confirmed that contact tracing, as well as PCR testing, was completed and there is no cause for a public health concern.

Travellers in quarantine are not allowed to have visitors and are required to declare to Travel Cayman all occupants of the property in their travel application prior to their arrival to the country. The public and travellers are reminded that anyone found to be in breach of the mandatory quarantine provisions will be warned for intended prosecution and is liable on conviction to a fine of up to ten thousand dollars and imprisonment for up to two years.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    For clarity, what you are saying is Merck opted to forego selling hundreds of millions of doses of ‘cheap’ ivermectin and instead opted for a rebranding exercise and delaying their sale while demand was sky high?

    They did this so they could earn a higher profit per sale, while letting their competitors, Pfizer, Moderna, Astra-Zeneca, J&J and the like maximize their profits with vaccine sales?

    Got it. I follow your logic- nowhere.

    • Anonymous says:

      There is more to it than how you are laying things out. Yes, Merck are rebranding it no Merck did not opt to forego selling hundreds of doses. Sorry that these facts seem to agitate you. Research it if you are that interested rather than patronise and ask to be spoon fed.

    • Mario says:

      Thank you Travel Cayman CIG and community as a whole. A world class performance

  2. Anonymous says:

    CNN reports today that things are getting worse in Europe –

    “Around Europe, leaders are now reimposing measures to fight the pandemic:

    The Netherlands has reimposed restrictions on nightclubs, music festivals and restaurants because the infection rate in the country “has increased much faster than expected since society reopened almost completely on 26 June,” partly because of the Delta variant, the government said in a press release on Friday.
    With cases rising in Portugal — 1,782 new cases reported on Monday — the country has also announced new measures, re-instating curfew in some high-risk areas and requiring tourists to show a negative test or a vaccination certificate to stay in hotels. Tests or certificates will also be required to sit indoors in restaurants on Friday evenings and at the weekend in Portugal.
    Norway is delaying its reopening plan because “there is a risk that the Delta variant may cause a fourth wave,” the government said last Monday.
    In France, the government is pushing for citizens to get vaccinated. According to French Health Minister Olivier Véran, the country is “about four weeks behind the UK” in terms of the epidemiological situation and is “at the beginning of what looks like a fourth wave.” While daily new cases have been averaging 3,000, the French government fears that numbers could reach 20,000 cases per day by beginning August because of the Delta variant, Véran said on Sunday in an interview”

  3. Anonymous says:

    Unna better set up temporary hospoital for october opening..lotsa caymanians refusing vaccine

    • NothingToWorryAbout says:

      There is nothing to worry about we won’t reach 80% by October, hell we won’t reach 80% by January 2022. We will lucky if we can reopen this rock by December 2022 because there are so many people terrified of the vaccine and we have leadership that is afraid to set a firm date which might motivate some of those avoiding the vaccine to get their arm up and get the jab.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hopefully we never have a situation where our Premier has to apologize to the nation the way the Dutch Prime Minister is doing today – Guardian

    “Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte apologised for relaxing coronavirus restrictions too soon as cases surge in the wake of reopening.

    Rutte reimposed measures on bars, restaurants and nightclubs in the Netherlands as cases spread rapidly among young people, just two weeks after lifting curbs, according to Reuters. Restaurants and bars will have their opening hours restricted during midnight to 6am, while clubs will be closed entirely.

    “What we thought would be possible, turned out not to be possible in practice,” Rutte told reporters on Monday. “We had poor judgement, which we regret and for which we apologise.”

    • Anonymous says:

      Not sure why anyone would dislike a wish for the health and safety of the country – trolls maybe?

    • Anonymous says:

      Cases surge, have deaths or ICU patients? Oterwise this is more pointless fear mongering.

      • Anonymous says:

        ICU hospitalizations and deaths lag infections by weeks – it will happen. The UK PM’s press conference today indicated that they are expecting deaths to go from less than 10 per day which is where they are now to 100 – 200 per day within the next 6 weeks.

  5. Anonymous says:

    There is a higher force at play here. With the borders closed this is the time for the country to fix it ills and we ourselves before reopening. Have we done anything yet?
    No sense in saying this is a blessed country or blessed people and then have to suffer the same as others who are not so fortunate.
    To see opportunities in anything is to see the positives even in the midst of gloom as oftentimes, this is what it takes to effect change.
    We are in a position to avoid the doom and gloom.
    We are in the enviable position of privilege and this should not be taken for granted.
    The above could have applied to any country who are in similar position as Cayman.

    • more flights says:

      All good, except they need to add more flights in July and August to allow for Caymanians and residents to return home!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Open the border!

    • Anonymous says:

      Those who are affected by the close border should state the impact on their lives and livelihoods to shed light on the matter.

    • Anonymous says:

      And then what? All these “open the border” comments fail to recognize that actions have consequences. Opening the border = accepting COVID back into the community. Then what? Home learning for students, masks, social distancing, closing indoor dining?

      Some people in Cayman fail to appreciate how fortunate we are and have been over the last year to be living life the way we are. I have family and friends who are STILL working from home and had to home school their children the entire school year. That is awful and I feel so bad for what they’ve gone through.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Facts: 1) An Italian brought Covid to Cayman. he was surrounded by nurses and doctors. The Italian died of multiple heart attacks. No one else became ill from Covid. 2) Covid is real. 3) Covid is contagious, but not a given. We had a Red Bay student test positive. A child cannot isolate alone. None of his family, classmates or their families had Covid. 3) We isolated hospital staff because a shoe was exposed. Again, no staff got Covid. 4) Transparency is non – existent. How many persons have died in Cayman compared to previous years? From what did they die from? Despite a transparent government and a press core, we are left in the dark. Is it fair to say 2 Caymanians, without Covid, have died in quarantine but only one with Covid? We don’t not have a vast population. Why are figures, that would inform us, not given on a daily, weekly, monthly basis, in the time of a pandemic? In 2019, 6 per thousand, died in Cayman. It is JULY 2021, WHAT ARE THE 2020 FIGURES and corresponding breakdown? Some perspective, we claim to be a world class financial center, with excellent accounting firms. Surely we can count? Have we no shame?

    • Anonymous says:

      #3 😂 who in the world made that decision to isolate the hospital staff?

    • Anonymous says:

      We do have excellent accounting firms, but are unable to count the number of children under 12 years old.
      Meanwhile , sales of BMW X7’s and Audi Q5’s shall continue until moral improves .

    • Anonymous says:

      Fact, then they beat England.

    • Anonymous says:

      Excellent comment! Absolute numbers mean absolutely nothing!

    • Anonymous says:

      100 percent agree! Not a single locally transmitted case.

      3 Covid/vaccines related articles in today’s Compass. I N S A N I T Y! The world has moved on, yet Cayman is blind🙈, deaf🙉 and dumb🙊 to notice-COVID, COVID, COVID………🐑🐑

      • Anonymous says:

        Because your borders are closed… hence not local transmission.

      • Anonymous says:

        Ummm…you do realize we did not have community spread because of the combo of lockdown, closed/restricted borders and strict/monitored quarantine, right??? Cayman is not super special and immune to COVID. We are very lucky to be in the situation we are in.

        Countries are going BACK into lockdowns again. Australia and South Africa to name a couple.

  8. Anonymous says:

    In states Life has returned to normal. If I didn’t read the news headlines I’d have no clue there was a “delta variant” no one talks about it, no one talks about covid in general

    • STX says:

      We were normal but my family got exposed to it. We all got ivermectin. Only my kido and his GF got it. I will say it again and again. Please consider looking into ivermectin – no one else in my house got sick with the CV (delta version). We don’t wear masks, or isolate, and none of us is vaccinated- we all just took care of the sick ones and carried on as normal. There are huge success stories of ivermectin in other countries were the vaccine hasn’t been made available. There is more than just one medicine for the CV. This is not my families first run-in with the CV – and I have a healthy respect for it.

      • Sheriff says:

        B. I. N. G. O.

      • Anonymous says:

        I haven’t shaved since the start of the outbreak, and I still have not caught COVID

        Please tell your friends and family that not shaving works, it has a 100% record from my testing.

        I’m not sure if it will work for women though, sorry ladies

      • Anonymous says:

        If Ivermectin was the cure all, why wouldn’t Merck, the marketers of the drug, be promoting it to the masses? After all, as I’ve read many times on this website, isn’t big pharma the scourge of the capitalist world?

        I look forward to an explanation on the above.

        • Anonymous says:

          Sadly that is exactly what big pharma are and Merck aren’t any different. Ivermectin and HCQ were silenced and smeared because it worked but were cheap. The new “Ivermectin” is coming out soon. It’s basically the components of the Ivermectin drug that works, just rebranded with a new name, new packaging and a much higher price tag.

          • Anonymous says:

            Finally, someone on the pulse. This is exactly what is happening. Big pharma are money making scum.

      • Anonymous says:

        Ivermectin is not an ant-viral medicine.

        Unless you get tested you may have COVID-19 and are asymptomatic. COVID-19 can affect people differently. While there are some very expensive medicines that can help if administered early, prevention is better than cure. That’s why me and my family have taken the Pfizer vaccine.

      • Anonymous says:

        I think it would be of incredible service for STX to provide a more detailed response around ivermectin so others can understand the process.

        How did you initiate the conversation? Was it during a routine vaccination appointment (at your local mixed animal clinic of course) for your new kitten, Peaches, who was in to get their vaccination against feline coronavirus (which I am certain you are aware of with your breadth and depth of medical knowledge).
        With the family in tow, you saw the opportunity to get some defence against good ‘ol COVID, and opted for the treatment method vs vaccination. Did you get shuffled over to the other side of the practise, and you each entered the chute while the good Dr. drizzled the ivermectin over your heads (similar to baptism in some religions in your state I reckon)?

        Or did you opt for the over the counter purchase of a jug and then went home to administer it after family supper? Invite the neighbours over too?

        Did you choose the pour on, sub q injection, or oral suspension (can be a bit tricky)?
        How did you work out the dosing- was Dr. Google your friend?
        Or did you simply assume the recommended dose for cows and scale it to each family members weight?

        I think it is important for readers to get a full understanding of your procurement and procedure to administer such an important healthcare hack.

        In fact, if you would be willing to share your YouTube channel so we can all benefit from your other medical hacks, you know, your ability to reverse Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, ability to arrest heart disease in its tracks, the cure for MS and bacterial meningitis, and of course the most sought after- how you tame the dreaded hot flashes. You are doing important work!

        Readers would be deeply indebted to you sharing your wisdom.

      • Quack says:

        1,27pm “My Kingdom for a Horse”!.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m assuming you’re in a TRUMP state?

  9. Anonymous says:

    News Headline : “ US records 20,000 new COVID cases for the third day in a row for the first time since May as Delta variant continues to ravage areas with low vaccination rates ”

    🙄Amazing how the this variant knew of places with low vaccinations. Highly contagious but only these places.

    • Anonymous says:

      Is there a district in Cayman that is less than 30% vaccinated? If the answer is no, what are we worried about? Do the vaccines we received not work?

      • Anonymous says:

        Ahhh the vaccines. There is so much confusion and contradictory information coming at us. What we have been told repeatedly is that the vaccines DO NOT create immunity but helps to reduce serious illness. Pfizer is now claiming that a reduction of protection has been discovered and a booster is needed. US FDA and CDC are saying otherwise. So who knows?!

        • Anonymous says:

          Pfizer haven’t yet commenced their booster trial in the US. They are showing data to the authorities today, according to CNN, with a view to commencing a trial of the booster ASAP.

        • Anonymous says:

          This is why I will not be getting any more. I did mine in good faith and now there is talk of a booster, already?! What is going on and what did I take then?!

          • Anonymous says:

            No one guaranteed that booster shots would not be needed. Decisions should be based on the available scientific information and no one really had the answer before. We are still safer to have the 2 jabs even if boosters are required periodically.

            • Anon says:

              Your comment is a contradiction to itself. You speak to scientific information yet state you are safer with 2 jabs. please share the evidence.

    • Anonymous says:

      I don’t feel ravaged.

    • Anonymous says:

      Well it seems like you are not using your own logic..if places are heavily vaccinated the variant has less opportunity to spread..In unvaccinated states the variant is spreading more quickly but it is amongst the unvaccinated not the vaccinated..hope that makes sense.

      In the UK 99% of the cases are from the Delta variant and amongst the unvaccinated. The vaccine is doing its job staving off the virus even though there are still going to be cases where even vaccinated will pick up the virus..The good news here is that for those who do get sick their symptoms are less and chances of death are minimized.

      • We really need some sarcasm font... says:


      • Anonymous says:

        You sure it’s not just lack of testing since the vaccine won’t protect against transmission by 100%. It’s keeping vulnerable people out of the hospital.

  10. Anonymous says:

    God has an appointed day and time for each one of us to die and nothing shall change that so I will continue to trust in His wonderful mighty gift with my body’s immune system He gave all of us rather than some, who knows what, concoction of chemicals in my body.

    • Anonymous says:


      • Anonymous says:

        What parts of the comment are idiotic?

        The fact that we all will die?
        The fact that we all have an innate immune system?

        • Anonymous says:

          The immune system is wonderful but it is a coin toss whether it will protect you from Covid or not. With the vaccine, you have protection. The immune system needs a heads up and that is all the vaccine does.

          • Anonymous says:

            It is also a coin toss whether or not the vaccine will protect you as well. Have you not learnt of the “breakthrough” cases if the vaccinated still becoming infected, becoming seriously ill and dying? If not, do your research. Oh, and by the way, I am not some idiotic anti-vaxer. I am just stating facts. Tired of all the contradictory information being publicized on all sides of this issue. No one knows what to truly believe anymore.

            CNS: It is not a coin toss and you are manipulating facts. A look at COVID-19 cases, deaths among fully-vaccinated Virginians
            “More than 1,000 fully-vaccinated Virginians have contracted COVID-19 since January, but according to the Virginia Department of Health, that accounts for less than .6% of new coronavirus cases… Out of 190,846 total COVID-19 cases, 189,783 cases were among people who were not fully vaccinated. That’s 99.4% of recorded cases since Jan. 21.”

            • Anonymous says:

              How many out of 189,783 were Positive symptomatic? Asymptotic? In ICU? Hospitalized? Died from COVID?

          • Anonymous says:

            It is a coin toss whether the vaccine will protect you or not either. Look at how many “break through” cases are coming up, especially with the Delta variant. I would much rather trust my body, that has protected me all these years, over some newly developed vaccine that is causing all sorts of other issues.

            CNS: It is not a coin toss and you are manipulating facts. A look at COVID-19 cases, deaths among fully-vaccinated Virginians
            “More than 1,000 fully-vaccinated Virginians have contracted COVID-19 since January, but according to the Virginia Department of Health, that accounts for less than .6% of new coronavirus cases… Out of 190,846 total COVID-19 cases, 189,783 cases were among people who were not fully vaccinated. That’s 99.4% of recorded cases since Jan. 21.”

      • Anonymous says:

        6:51 Did you forget to write your comment leaving your signature only?

    • Anonymous says:

      Think your appointed day may be a bit earlier than those who trust in modern medicine. But no doubt not a concern given your faith in an eternal future. Fair enough for you. I am sure you will forgive those with lesser or no faith who cling to deferring the day of reckoning by getting vaccinated.

      • Anonymous says:

        Don’t be so sure that you will live longer on the island of Cancer, but at least you will die vaccinated, what a relief 😥!

        • Anonymous says:

          And the two are related how…? Perhaps I shouldn’t bother to look before I cross the road because I will die of cancer anyhow. SMH.

    • Anonymous says:

      Do you trust him as well to put food on your table when you’re out of work? Or do you find a job to provide you with money to buy it?

  11. Anonymous says:

    At what price?

  12. Realist says:

    Sorry, Sabrina, talk to your fellow citizens and you will realise the risk of not reaching 80% is a not potential, but certain. Where does that leave your plan?.

    • Anonymous says:

      Talk to her fellow citizens? 5 minutes with a copy of ESOs population demographics and a calculator would tell her that. Of course, she knows that already – this is about pretending to have a plan for opening but setting an impossible prerequisite so that when we don’t reopen they have the unvaccinated to blame (even though 12% of the population are under 12!).

  13. Anonymous says:

    Good idea – this should already be available prior to starting the rollout. One can guess that the HSA has this on file and it could be obtained via a Freedom of Information request.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for your excellent observation. Indeed, It does not look quite normal.
    No they won’t inform
    No, they won’t investigate
    No, there won’t be established connection to recent vaccinations
    All sudden deaths would be classified as from natural causes, if you dare to inquire. I personally couldn’t help but notice at least 3 recent sudden deaths of people in their prime when cause of death was not mentioned anywhere.
    And if one persists with inquiries he will be labeled as a conspiracy nuts.
    Only families of the deceased could share their suspicions, but so far no one has done that yet.

  15. Anon says:

    For all you doomsayer commenting about Covid 19
    Statistically You are more likely to get shot and killed in Cayman than die of Covid 19 ?

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s correct now, but only because the borders are closed to all except a relatively small number who must quarantine. Get vaccinated if you 12 or older. Ideally 80% or more would be vaccinated before significant relaxation of border controls. BUT we can’t sustain the current controls indefinitely. So get vaccinated!

  16. Anonymous says:

    When Cayman opens it will then have to learn to deal with community transmission with the usual Caymanian helplessness. If it doesn’t open it will have to deal with a ruined economy with the same ability they have shown in the past. Plan accordingly.

    • Anonymous says:

      You are probably right about the risk of community transmission, but the facts do not support your comment about Caymanian helplessness. We’ll get through this together and if you live here that includes you as well.

  17. Anonymous says:

    More chance of getting shot in Cayman than dying from COVID.

    • Anonymous says:

      Australia announced its first Covid death of 2021. Details – female in her 90’s. When does this madness end?

    • Anonymous says:

      True. Then one may not even know one has Covid. Then one may know one has Covid, isolate at home and household members do not catch it. Eventually one might go to hospital for a few days. Perhaps one of those might need ICU. All the aforementioned live. We’ve had two people die in quarantine.

    • Anonymous says:

      Innocent people being monitored with wrist bands and or locked in hotels under guards, while criminals roam free. Anything wrong with this new reality? In this history of mankind, is this normal?

  18. Anonymous says:

    Isn’t what makes cayman Covid free is that they separate cases as “ travelers “ vs “locals “. Most places just consider cases as cases. I.e. Cayman would have had 600+ cases.

    • Anonymous says:

      Transmission free. Its in the headline bonehead

    • Anonymous says:

      No – it’s because they were in quarantine rather than in the community.

      • Anonymous says:

        Don’t they go into some method of quarantine in every community if they have covid?

    • Anonymous says:

      The operative word is “community” transmission not cases. We have been successful at trapping the virus before it gets out into the community..If everyone was let loose to roam free that 600 number would likely be 10 times that amount.

      • Anonymous says:

        We will soon know how it works with roaming free. Go read Wayne’s border opening plan.

    • Anonymous says:

      Imagine the number if we didn’t have quarantine requirements???

  19. Anonymous says:

    Says a lot for all who’ve contributed all around, including a compliant population. Thanks from a vulnerable m.o.t.p.

  20. Jb says:

    To add:
    Santa Claus still slides down chimney’s in Cayman and distributes presents. The Easter Bunny also hides plastic eggs too!!!!

    Wake the **** up people.

    Start thinking for yourself. Peace and Love.

    • Anonymous says:

      Why do you assume we’re not thinking for ourselves? Because our narrative doesn’t line up with yours? WTF LOL

  21. Anonymous says:

    That’s great news. I’m wondering if Cayman has a VAERS equivalent reporting system. Would we know on our own or would the health authority inform us if there were any serious adverse reactions to the pfizer vaccinations? Would they inform us if any of the recent deaths were related to or even investigated as being linked to the vaccinations? Here’s a non-scientific and purely obsevational fact. The two funeral homes reporting obituaries have shown a 50% increase in funerals from Jan 1st through June 30th 2021 (111) as Compared to the previous 6 month period July 1st through Dec 31 2020 (74). Of course this is purely anectdotal because this is only obituary reported deaths and not the official count, but it is an alarming 50% increase in the 6 month period since vaccines have been introduced. I started looking at this about 6 weeks ago so some of the oldest records (a few) have probably dropped off because one of the funeral homes only publishes a 1 year history.

    • Anonymous says:

      We have several VAERS equivalents, on social media and elsewhere. Moronic anecdotes are rampant just like they are on the ‘anybody can write whatever nonsense they want’ website called VAERS.

    • Anonymous says:

      I have also noticed my trips to Dairy Queen increasing over the last couple of months, which is also since I got the shot. Clearly the shot leads to increased obituaries and increased consumption of ice-cream.

      • Anonymous says:

        This is the type of snark that I would normally enjoy but given the magnitude of the increase in a short period of time, and the obvious added ingredient in the past 6 months, I think the curiosity is warranted.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sudden deaths speak for itself…

      • Anonymous says:

        How do they speak? They are dead..Stop the foolishness now..If somebody has a heart attack are you going to blame that on the vaccine. How do you know that the person even took the vaccine.

        It’s fine if you don’t want to take the vaccine but please stop with the foolish conspiracy theories when you have absolutely no proof.

        • Anonymous says:

          Please stop with your foolish disregard just because you are incapable of recognizing what is happening right in front of you. Not all of us live with our heads in the sand

    • Anonymous says:

      This is great idea re a Cayman VAERS and very useful information about the funeral homes which many can look into for themselves. Thank you! I hope the truth of the numbers won’t now get manipulated.

    • Anonymous says:

      CNS can you please file a FOI to get this info?

      CNS: Anyone can make an FOI request and you can do so anonymously via email. Let us know what you find out.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks for the facts. Excellent research and corroborated in other areas of the world. We have been following this sorry situation for months now. Unfortunately, our surreptitious government cannot be relied upon to produce such information, but eventually the truth will come out.

    • Anonymous says:

      Excess Deaths.

    • Anonymous says:

      I don’t understand the dislikes. Your logic is sound – all cause mortality rate. Numbers like that are hard to argue against. If you can get more historical data then the picture will get clearer.

    • Anonymous says:

      Oh geesh here we go now with another conspiracy theory about people dying..You do realise that not every person that died may have been vaccinated..Stop trying to stir more shit..

    • Anonymous says:

      Doubt the vaccine. How about from Covid?

      • Anonymous says:

        We don’t have Covid in our community so it wouldn’t be that. What we do have is everyone and their mother pushing the vaccine.

      • Anonymous says:

        This June (2021) we had in funeral homes 24 deaths which is quite a bit greater rate than the 50% increase noted above. Hopefully it’s an outlier and not a trend…

    • Anonymous says:

      Side effects reported to the HSA are reported to PAHO and the WHO. If the increase in deaths reported by funeral homes is accurate it could be due to other factors especially other pandemic related factors and not the vaccine.

      • Anonymous says:

        HSA is not reporting the adverse reactions to the vaccine and that’s a fact. You hear nothing from Lee or Rodriguez about it.

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