Mortality rates in pregnant women started increasing right when ACOG and CDC issued their vaccine recommendations for pregnant women.
The only reason your work doesn't get more attention is that our movement is hijacked by gatekeepers controlling the narrative to keep the attention on members of their circle.
All this despite the fact that pregnant women had traditionally, out of love and human instinct and common sense, been protected by their husbands, extended family, and (at one time) by their doctors.
The healthiest times of my life were when I was pregnant. And I refused to take anything other than food, and was pretty careful about even that. No OTC meds, no prescription meds. (My remedy for a cold and stuffed head was to put my face over a bowl of eucalyptus leaves and steaming water, and alternate that with cold water.) If someone had suggested I needed to be injected with a substance to make me safer than I already felt I'd have laughed and told him to go to hell. So much seems to have changed since my pregnancies in the 1990s.
In the UK last year 1/3 of all births were to mothers not born in the UK. Why are the natives not giving birth? It's not a rhetorical question, nobody knows, spookier still, nobody is looking.
Hi Fabian. This is great work. And very disturbing. Can you drop me an email at email@example.com? I'd like to talk for an upcoming article on this. Thanks for all you do.
Fabian, how can you separate out 2nd and third dose effects on mortality from your hypothesis and what about the known five month peak in deaths post last jab. I would say both of these may be visible in your charts too.
Another brilliant analysis! Thanks for the great efforts. +1 on Mathew's comment.
Fabian, you must have seen this article:
The article was published June 18, 2021 and the data seem to end in May of that year. They give a graph showing uptake in a cohort of pregnant women according to race/ethnicity, identified in CDC's Vaccine Safety Datalink.
Their "implications for public health policy" statement is this:
"Improving outreach to and engagement with health care providers and pregnant women, especially those who are younger and from racial and ethnic minority groups, could increase vaccine confidence and thus coverage of COVID-19 vaccination in this population." It aligns with the timeline you show here.