Youngest age groups worst affected
Pity we can't see the levels of first, second dose and boosters plotted against this base data. (From date of injection - and 14, and 150 days after the shots or "optimized" for days after shots with highest incidence).
My only comment would be that the 15-45 group has more years than the other groups, and it would be useful to know the approximate size of each cohort. But regardless, 15-45 year olds typically don't have large numbers of cardiac incidents and seeing 30-50% more of them is extremely concerning. Is it COVID? The VAX? Increased drug and alcohol use/abuse? I hope the authorities are trying to figure this out. Just today I heard that the Canadian government is trying to pin excess deaths on excess drug and alcohol abuse - maybe, but we need to know for sure.
If to continue the calculations by diminishing 'the 20% subgroup' by its 70% (the last step -my preliminary results) then the final result drops a bit more than proportionally, so not to 5.85% but to about 5.6%. Then if to assume the worse health status it can slightly cross 6.0%, but it requires to assume that this worse health status concerns only real Covid-19 deaths and so is concentrated it that very small subgroup; it is not so sure as it is possible that, in general, the number and infection rates are correlated.
...The authorship is risky as this hoax organiser is Big Pharma and they do not care about people dying but only about money.
...Medrxiv has banned the proof too, their words: "we will not publish it as the situation is exceptional" (???!!!)
For 15-44 there was a steady rise in cardiac-related ambulance calls from January, peaking sharply in March 2020, then it dropped like a stone. This sudden decline can't be natural; it must be related to lockdowns. It's a pity we can't see finer detail on age stratification to give us some clues as to what caused the rise from January to March. If it was severe Covid, you would expect it to be skewed sharply to older ages up to 44. Call outs remained stubbornly high after recovering from lockdowns, ambulance calls peaked at a new high in July 2021. What caused this? The mass vaccinations are obviously in the frame. Omicron? Seems unlikely as it was milder than previous variants, which emerged after the original Wuhan virus.
Could we see these graphs going back to the comparison years so we can see what the comparison years look like, not just the the average line?
It's interesting that all ages show a drop during spring and early summer of 2020. In my area in the US that was the period of harshest lockdowns, and I assume that might have been the case in Scotland too. Why would that decrease heart incidents?
What does it look like when Age standardized?