Office for National Statistics, UK has some interesting data on total death rates for unvaccinated and vaccinated people. Below the age 46 you are better off without vaccination (my opinion).

Vaccinated English adults under 60 are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age

And have been for six months. This chart may seem unbelievable or impossible, but it’s correct, based on weekly data from the British government. The brown line represents weekly deaths from all causes of vaccinated people aged 10-59, per 100,000 people. The blue line represents weekly deaths from all causes of unvaccinated people per 100,000 in the same age range. This graph is correct. Vaccinated people under 60 are twice as likely to die as unvaccinated people. And overall deaths in Britain are running well above normal. The basic data is available here, download the Excel file and see table 4:

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/datasets/deathsbyvaccinationstatusengland

This was from a news story from https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/vaccinated-english-adults-under-60

This is the first time I have seen real data from an official government agency, and I try to glean from it: At what age is the crossover point where it is advantageous to take the vaccine? At an earlier blog ( https://lenbilen.com/2021/08/02/the-delta-variant-of-the-covid-19-pandemic-is-much-less-deadly-time-to-go-back-to-normal-life/ ) I came to the conclusion that under the age of 45, unless there are special risk factors you are better off not taking the vaccine.

This new data set indicates a sharp rise in overall mortality from all cases as people get older it was given as 2 categories, unvaccinated and those having received 2 doses of vaccine, broken up in 10-60, 61-70, 71-80, and 80+ years age groups, coarse but usable categorization. This indicates a decrease in deaths of 45% for people 61-70, 46% for the age group 71-80, and 33% for people 80 and over. All these numbers jump widely so the confidence interval is only about 10%. Massaging the data as best I could with this limited set I came up with the age of 46 years as the crossover point, above which vaccines are preferable.

The conclusion is this: People over the age of 46 should be encouraged to get vaccinated, people under the age of 46 should only get vaccinated if they are in the vulnerable category, and only with a physician’s recommendation.