Singapore records an increase in stillbirths of up to 70% after mass vaccination against Covid

Singapore records an increase in stillbirths of up to 70% after mass vaccination against Covid

Singapore: The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) has published on its website detailed data on births and deaths in 2022. Shocking: The number of stillbirths – after remaining largely the same in 2019 and 2021 – suddenly increased by 70 percent in 2022. The increase began nine months after the start of mass vaccination of women of reproductive age.


For data from the Singapore Demographic Bulletin, visit this authority page. The fourth quarter 2022 report compares stillbirths from 2019 to 2022: While there were 73 stillbirths in 2019 and 78 each in 2020 and 2021, 133 stillbirths were recorded all at once in 2022.

Independent journalist Alex Berenson compared the data with vaccination coverage data and found a striking temporal correlation: almost every adult aged 20 to 39 received their first Covid vaccine (almost exclusively an mRNA vaccine was used here) in June and received in July 2021. Nine months later, as of March 2022, not only were Singapore’s birth rates falling, but stillbirths were also increasing.

Available data from Sweden show a comparable decrease in the number of live births there, but no increase in the number of stillbirths. Still, the Singapore data are startling and should prompt independent research into the impact of mRNA vaccines on fertility.

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