This is a question whose answer seems very much to depend upon who is providing the answer.
The AIER has crunched the numbers and come up with some simple scatter charts that illuminate just how much variability exists across the USA.
"The correlations, however weak, are apparent from even a casual inspection of the plots"
"An employer would have to have a workforce of at least 4,543 people to have an average expectation of preventing a single death from Covid-19 by forcing all employees to complete vaccination"
"It is quite likely that significant complications from the vaccine may exceed the average expectation of deaths prevented"
"No Institutional Review Board would approve a clinical study conducted in the same manner as these vaccine programs"