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Source of background rate used in CARM reports

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Dear Ministry of Health,
Please provide all sources and evidence used on the CARM reports for the numbers written as the "AESI background hospitalisation rates used to estimate the expected number of events in the general population, which help in vaccine safety surveillance. Counts indicate average of hospitalisation rates for the calendar years 2016-2019".

And please provide all documents that support it being used as an accurate predictor. It does not seem to be comparing the same conditions, if it was would it not also be more accurate if the adverse effects of this gene editing therapy were compared to the adverse effects from other injections. Or at least include the totals of the hospitalisation rates over the calendar years 2016-2019 for each of the adverse effects listed, minus those where a CARM report has been filed. This seems to be a more accurate method.

Yours faithfully,
Truth seeker and freedom lover
Athina Andonatou

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Kia ora Athina,  

  

Thank you for your request for official information received on 26 May
2022 for: 

  

"Please provide all sources and evidence used on the CARM reports for the
numbers written as the "AESI background hospitalisation rates used to
estimate the expected number of events in the general population, which
help in vaccine safety surveillance. Counts indicate average of
hospitalisation rates for the calendar years 2016-2019".
And please provide all documents that support it being used as an accurate
predictor. It does not seem to be comparing the same conditions, if it was
would it not also be more accurate if the adverse effects of this gene
editing therapy were compared to the adverse effects from other
injections. Or at least include the totals of the hospitalisation rates
over the calendar years 2016-2019 for each of the adverse effects listed,
minus those where a CARM report has been filed. This seems to be a more
accurate method." 

  

The Ministry's reference number for your request is: H202206977.  

  

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[1]Ministry of Health information releases

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Statistics NZ are in control of the data sets and will only release them under narrowly defined application which includes

If the application is deemed to be in the public interest and public good

Determined by those with motive and incentive to keep data formulas and calculations away from the public

https://www.globalvaccinedatanetwork.org...

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Kia ora Athina,

Please find attached the response for your request for official
information.

Ngā mihi 

  

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[1]Ministry of Health information releases 

[2]Unite against COVID-19 

 

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