Request for access to information on deaths resulting from COVID-19 (FOI 21/918)

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August 20, 2021

FAITH 21/918

Dear

Thank you for your request.

Regarding your questions, please find our answers below.

  • How many deaths have been caused by coronavirus alone in the UK, these are people who did not die with other underlying issues other than covid 19.

We can confirm that we unfortunately do not hold this information as we do not collect comprehensive death data. We suggest you contact the Office for National Statistics for death statistics.

  • What are the age groups of these people who died only from covid 19.

We can confirm that we unfortunately do not hold this information as we do not collect comprehensive death data. We suggest you contact the Office for National Statistics for death statistics.

  • What is the death rate from covid at all ages.

We can confirm that we unfortunately do not hold this information as we do not collect comprehensive death data. We suggest you contact the Office for National Statistics for death statistics.

  • How many deaths have been caused by covid 19 vaccines, I would like information on any that are available in the UK.

We would be happy to assist you with your query and have provided a link below to our web page for adverse drug reaction reports. This report is published and updated every Thursday, providing a comprehensive summary and detailed breakdown of the latest adverse vaccine reactions. Reports received through our yellow card system include some death reports and these can be viewed by following the link below: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-vaccine -adverse-reactions

It also confirms any steps taken by the MHRA to assess the benefit/risk profile in relation to particular signals.

Regarding statistics on the number of deaths, we do not hold this information because we do not collect complete data on deaths. We suggest you contact the Office for National Statistics for death statistics.

  • How many vaccine injuries in total have been caused by covid 19 vaccines.

The link above will provide you with all adverse drug reactions that have been reported to the MHRA.

  • What is the age group of people who are most reluctant to the covid 19 vaccine.

We can confirm that we unfortunately do not hold this information.

  • Can I have proof that covid 19 exists and also that it has been isolated?

The MHRA has no information on the isolation of the Covid-19 virus. We suggest you visit the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) website (https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/scientific-advisory-group-for-emergencies), which includes information at supporting government decision-making. on the Covid-19 pandemic, including information on the isolation of the Covid-19 virus.

Please note that information on the isolation of the Covid-19 virus is also available in the public domain through scientific articles.

The Office for National Statistics can be contacted at [email protected]

We hope you find this information useful. If you need further information, please let us know.

If you disagree with how we have interpreted the Freedom of Information Act 2000 in relation to your request, you can request that the decision be reviewed. The review will be conducted by a senior Agency official who was not involved in the original decision. Requests for internal review should be submitted within two months of the date you receive this response and addressed to: [email protected]

Should you remain unsatisfied with the outcome of the internal review, you would have the right to request a decision directly from the Information Commissioner. Please keep in mind that the Information Commissioner will not normally review our handling of your request unless you have first contacted us to conduct an internal review. The Information Commissioner can be contacted online:

https://ico.org.uk/make-a-complaint/official-information-concerns-report/official-information-concern/

Remember to quote the above reference number in all future communication.

cordially

MHRA Customer Service Center

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