No, that's not "exactly what they are finding", and your claim of what "they compare" and that "if you die less than 21 days after having received your 2nd covid-jab that you are counted as 'unvaccinated' " is completely untrue.
They don't just compare fully vaccinated (21 days after jabs) with the unvaccinated as you claim. That's totally untrue - the comparison groups are very clearly shown in Table 1, the first table in the report, Para 3.
The comparisons and tables in Para 3 compare five vaccination states:
"The vaccination status is split by dose and time since vaccination, to allow for the increase in protection in the first few weeks after vaccination. The vaccination status is one of:
received only the first dose, less than 21 days ago
received only the first dose, at least 21 days ago
received the second dose, less than 21 days ago
received the second dose, at least 21 days ago"
In Para 4 they compare those in Group 1 ("unvaccinated") with Group 3 ("received only the first dose, at least 21 days ago") and with Group 5 ("received the second dose, at least 21 days ago") NOT Groups 1+2+3+4 with Group 5 as you claim.
In Para 5 they again compare all five groups, as in Para 3, and the same 3 groups as Para 4.
What you're claiming is simply completely untrue and doesn't happen at any stage in the report, and I'm putting that as politely as possible.
For anyone thinking that "deaths involving Covid-19" is just a death within 28 days of being tested, they also give a lengthy and very detailed explanation, centred around "For this analysis we define a death as involving COVID-19 if either of the ICD-10 codes U07.1 (COVID-19, virus identified) or U07.2 (COVID-19, virus not identified) is mentioned on the death certificate."
That's also clearly patently untrue, since they've "shared" the figures you're referring to in the report - if they hadn't done so, you wouldn't have been able to read and misrepresent them
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