Here the official german data you were missing


ad/ The most questionable aspect of fraud is the claim Austria gave (‘administered’) more doses than it had received (‘distributed’).

Yes, in the beginning of the distribution, everybody wanted to get jabbed so they have been giving 6 doses out a flask supposed to contain 5 doses. As per


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Wow, didn't know Pfizer engaged in such sleight of hand. Thank you for the resources and answer! For convenience I've extracted the data, however as this data is out-of-step datewise with the other data, the article would require a massive re-write, so I won't be updating the article.

I will be pinning your comment however so people can see the data.

As of 8th April 2023 [curious it stops here], 224.1 million doses administered

BioNTech/Pfizer: 164.7 Million

Moderna 37.7 Million

AstraZeneca: 14.4 Million

Johnson & Johnson: 5.4 Million

Novavax: 1.9 Million

Valneva: 100 Thousand

Sanofi: 6 Thousand

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Dec 31, 2023Liked by The Underdog

No need to rewrite - it's been a good read without the exact german dataset, too. Germany was not really a point here.

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Worth having accurate information all the same, for future generations. Thank you for your contribution overcatbe!

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Germany doses by brand is available to 7 April 2023


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It probably is mentioned in other datasets, but I avoid "ourworldindata.org" after they misled people on vaccine mortality rates using the CDC fudged datasets in a deceptive way (the expose was so bad Elisabeth Bik went into hiding for a month: https://thedailybeagle.substack.com/p/fudgegate-cdc-caught-fudging-vaccine).

There's also the question of comparability; I prefer the data to be, where possible, homogeneous, rather than patchwork (either same source, or same type of source E.G. government). For example, I could have probably dug out the Legatum Health Index for Leichenstein, but there's no guarantee it's from the same timeframe as the Statista dataset.

I know they're arbitrary standards I impose upon myself, but it avoids datasets that 'add up to 117%' and other weirdness.

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