A cool new way to get an estimate of the death toll using disability data

In his article, do vaccine rollouts correlate to disabled americans?, our favorite cat points out that it’s highly likely the vaccines have added 1.8M to the disabled rolls. I agree. No other explanation. Bad cats are rarely wrong.

I was thinking that if you knew the ratio of death to disability in a COVID vaccine real-world study somewhere, then you’d have (yet another) independent way to get to 500,000 estimated deaths caused by the COVID vaccines.

Does anyone know of such a study? It would basically find that around 4 times more people were disabled than died. This sounds like a reasonable ratio to me, but I need evidence.

In the meantime, here are two ways we can proceed in the meantime.