The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is the UK’s largest independent producer of official statistics and the recognised national statistical institute of the UK.
On 8th September 2022, the ONS published an unnoticed dataset titled ‘Characteristics associated with the risk of death involving coronavirus (COVID-19) among people receiving a booster vaccination, England: January to March 2022’, which can be downloaded here, and accessed on the ONS website here.
Table 1 of the ONS dataset reveals that between January and March 2022, 62,801 people who had received a third dose of the Covid-19 injection by 31st December 2021 had sadly died.
The same dataset reveals that the average time between receiving a booster and the person losing their life was 48 days / 7 weeks.
Of the 62,801 deaths, 4,781 were considered to be Covid-19 deaths.
The dataset does not reveal how these figures compare to the unvaccinated, but another dataset published by the ONS on July 6th 2022, does.
The dataset, which can be downloaded here and accessed on the ONS website here, shows that between 1st January 2022 and 31st May 2022, the vaccinated population accounted for 9 in every 10 Covid-19 deaths, and 91% of those deaths were among the triple/quadruple vaccinated.