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The Lancet Absurdly Claims 20 Million Lives Were Saved by COVID-19 Vaccines in the First Year

The coronavirus pandemic could have been much worse without COVID-19 vaccines, according to a new study that absurdly claims the number of COVID-19 deaths recorded worldwide in the first year would be more than triple what it is today after two and a half years.

In the year after the vaccine was first introduced in December 2020, more than 4.3 billion people received an injection, saving 20 million lives, according to the Gates-backed research published Thursday (June 23) in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases.

The findings “quantify just how much worse the pandemic could have been if we did not have these vaccines,” claimed lead Imperial College London researcher Oliver Watson.

“Catastrophic would be the first word that comes to mind,” Watson said of the deaths that would have occurred without widespread COVID-19 vaccination.

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