Japanese over 65 have done their best to reduce Japan's 612-million-dose stockpile of mRNA jabs, with 3rd, 4th, and 5th jab rates of 91%, 82.5%, and 56%, respectively. But unfortunately, Japan has started 2023 by reporting its highest ever daily Covid death tolls. During the booster era starting in early 2022, each wave has been noticeably higher than the last.
What could possibly explain this? Let's ask Takaji Wakita, chairman of Japan's Covid Response Advisory Board.
The cause of the rise in Covid deaths is *hard to explain.*
What about Dr Satoshi Kamayachi, director of the Japan Medical Association?
JMA director on increased Covid deaths: "There's a lot we don't know, and we don't have evidence."
Nice to see an expert admit the limit of his knowledge. But there must be something Dr Kamayachi can tell us, right?
Dr Kamayachi, citing the rapid spread of Covid infections as one reason, explained that the majority of those who died were over 60 and many had underlying medical conditions. The direct cause of death is often heart failure or kidney disease, and he said that "thorough analysis is needed."
Heart failure, you say? Well, it's not like most Japanese over 60 have been injected multiple times with anything that causes cardiovascular problems, is it? And kidney disease is coincidentally a side-effect of Remdesivir, an approved Covid treatment in Japan.