It is likely that 80% of the COVID-19 deaths reported in Germany by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) are attributable to other causes, says the director of the independent health research institute IGES in Berlin, Dr. Bertram Häussler.

“We have determined that in a good 80% of the official COVID-19 deaths reported since the beginning of July, the underlying infection goes back more than five weeks and, therefore, one has to assume that [the virus] COVID-19 was not the real cause of death,” Dr. Häussler said in an interview according to the German media outlet 24 vita on Aug. 31. 

The team of investigating physicians led by Dr. Häussler is based on studies conducted since August 2020 to monitor the pandemic.  

Dr. Häusslery postulates that there will be no “mass mortality” despite rising infection figures in the future.

In Germany, some 3.8 million people survived the Covid or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, and mathematical calculations indicate that about 100 would die every day from usual causes of death.

“Now it happens that those cases are assigned to a Covid infection, according to reports from the health department for months now,” Häussler explains.

He adds, “It could simply be an older person who became infected, but has now died of heart failure.”

Dr. Häussler’s team uses and sorts the data supplied daily by the RKI, which in turn obtains it from the 379 public health offices. This allows the researchers to assign an infection date to each COVID-19 death. 

For Dr. Häussler, the usual mortality statistics from other sources are increasingly distorted.

Therefore, he states, “More deaths have been reported than have actually been caused by Covid.”

Additionally, Dr. Häussler points out that the RKI knows about the inaccuracy of their data and does nothing to correct that situation.  

“But they want to make sure that no Covid deaths are missing from the statistics. In the face of the massification of this type of reporting, mortality statistics are increasingly distorted.”

For his part, Twitter user Kristof Jahn (@kfjJahn) noted that the WHO also changed the established criteria, and from then on, people who had died of other causes were reported as Covid victims. 

“Last year, at the start of the Corona [virus] panic, WHO also changed the rules for issuing death certificates, which were adopted in Germany,” @kfjJJahn wrote.

He added: “For example, anyone who had a terminal illness of cancer and had Covid, at the time of death Covid was recorded as the cause of death.”

This irregular handling of statistics increases skepticism regarding the obligation to vaccinate, which is one of the consequences caused by COVID-19 that is currently most highlighted. 

In parallel, the high percentage of vaccinated people who die from COVID-19 makes the unvaccinated even more hesitant and even more reliant on their own natural immune system. 

Recently, it was reported that two-thirds of the people who died with the Delta variant in the UK had previously been inoculated with at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to Public Health England dated August 6.

The U.K. is not the only country that has experienced an increase in infections and deaths among those who have been injected with the COVID-19 vaccine, as Israel reported a similar pattern, according to Life Site News.