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Pandemic of the Vaccinated – Worldwide data on 188 countries proves the highest Covid-19 case rates are in the most vaccinated countries

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Worldwide analysis of 188 nations shows a massive global correlation between vaccination and higher case rates of Covid-19, proving the world is currently experiencing a pandemic of the vaccinated.

METHOD

Data was analysed from the ‘Our World in Data’ site of Johns Hopkins University on 247 million Covid-19 cases from the very start of the pandemic to October 31st 2021, for all 188 nations where they have data on both the percentage of people vaccinated and the cumulative confirmed cases per million .

The results on the average cases per million people against the percentage vaccinated were as follows –

CONCLUSION

The above shows that the incidence of cases increases fairly linearly with the percentage of vaccinated people at a rate of 800 cases per million per extra percentage vaccinated.

The nations with the lowest case rates are almost exclusively in Africa, which also has the lowest rates of vaccination.

Whereas the nations with the highest case rates also have the highest rates of vaccination.

The inescapable conclusion from all the data we have up to October 31st is that vaccines increase case numbers. This is not a representative sample of a few thousand cases from one nation. It is a full study of all the cases so far in every reporting nation.

The results are in. There is a massive correlation positive between vaccination percentage and case numbers. Vaccinations are clearly opening the door to the virus.

In heavily vaccinated nations such as the UK the case rate in the fully vaccinated over 30’s is presently only 23-55% higher than the case rate in the unvaccinated. But the case rate in the unvaccinated is elevated due to infection by vaccinated people.

The media narrative is that the unvaccinated are infecting the vaccinated. This data indisputably shows that the reverse is the case. This has now become a pandemic of the vaccinated.

They are increasing the case numbers in the unvaccinated – because their immune systems are being damaged by the vaccines. That is what the fairly straight and very steep line above is declaring.

Had there been no vaccination in the UK the figures would now be more like those of the African countries as seen in the bottom left of the above graph.

One of the clearest ways to see that the vaccinated are infecting the unvaccinated is the comparison of  71% vaccinated in Israel with 27% vaccinated in Palestine.

The graph shows Israel leading Palestine in cases and dragging them up above the world average case level.

Worldwide analysis of 188 nations shows a massive global correlation between vaccination and higher case rates of Covid-19, proving the world is currently experiencing a pandemic of the vaccinated.

DATA

Here is the table of the data used in the analysis, taken from – https://ourworldindata.org/covid-cases 

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Dylan Jones
Dylan Jones
7 months ago

Several months ago, Fauci reported that viral loads were the same in the vaxxed as they were in the unvaxxed. That means covid deaths should be the same. A vaccine that reduces infection cannot work any other way. Apparently, deaths were the same in the PHE figure just before Fauci made his statement. But then as the vaccines became less and less effective, the death rates mysteriously improved???
 
Now they are trying to hide the fact that viral loads are getting greater in the vaxxed. That means covid deaths should be greater in the vaxxed.
 
They are. But the official bodies are cooking the books.
 
A major way they do this is to count vaccinated people who get ill within 14 days as unvaccinated. Those vaccinated admitted to hospital within that time frame will be tested and, if positive (very likely at 40+ cycles), will be counted as unvaccinated delta cases/deaths, simultaneously reducing the number of vaccinated delta cases/deaths.
 
It explains how this doesn’t appear in the manipulated vaccinated covid deaths data:
 
COVID Deaths Before and After Vaccination Programs
https://odysee.com/@CosmicEvent:5/COVID-Deaths-Before-and-After-Vaccination-Programs:4
 
Joel Smalley lays it out clearly how there really is no other way to explain the spikes in covid deaths following virtually every vaccination roll out.
 
THE CURE IS WORSE THAN THE DISEASE | Joel Smalley
https://odysee.com/@pandemicpodcast:c/joelsmalley:d
 
The interviewer, Dan, also points out at the end that an NHS consultant told him they were looking in the wrong place for the vaccinated deaths. They should be looking in the cardiac wards.
 
The fact that, as in the US, the vaccinated are no longer being routinely tested as the unvaccinated. Coupling this with the under-reported nature (by at least a factor of 10) of the vaccine deaths and adverse reactions means there will be far greater numbers of vaccinated people in the intensive care wards who haven’t been tested or have been tested at lower PCR rates. Among these are the ones that die from the “short illness“. But they never show up because all eyes are on delta.
 
And if you go chasing rabbits, and you know you’re going to fall
https://bakerstreetrising.home.blog/2021/02/15/covax-through-the-looking-glass-part-4/
 
They don’t seem to care how blatant this is now. This only ends when the penny finally drops for enough people to resist and demand the truth. As winter encroaches, the pressure will mount.
 
Go ask Alice
I think she’ll know
https://bakerstreetrising.home.blog/2021/10/19/covax-through-the-looking-glass-part-9/

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Dylan Jones
7 months ago

But it doesn’t drop. Almost two years passed and the majority is still under a ‘spell’ unable to think or even to believe to their own eyes. I am on holiday, two things I noticed.
They (many) are still terrified, elderly especially, I have to wait the 4th lift turn as they didn’t let anyone get in, despite of being masked. But somehow they enjoy it, good for nothing people enjoying themselves to lecture and order others – the power of the sheeple who never ever had power based on brain and talent.
I was here exactly a year ago, before the start of vaxxing. I can’t recall seeing any ambulance cars during that two weeks. Now they are everywhere. I spend a relatively short time driving to the city centre and beach but there was no day without seeing one or two ambulance cars. Not car accidents for sure.

Lionel
Lionel
Reply to  Dylan Jones
7 months ago

For vaccinated, viral load seems to be same in nose as for unvaccinated, therefore transmission rate could be similar. However, viral load is much lower in lungs for vaccinated and that explains why vaccinated get less severe symptoms.

William
William
Reply to  Lionel
7 months ago

Source?

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not sure
not sure
7 months ago

Its a case of the Emperor’s New Clothes. The existence of covid is only perceivable by those ‘educated’ and wealthy enough to indulge themselves in a big, fashionable game of ‘cooties.’ Africans know what real death looks like, so they’re ignoring the covid cooties.

copperpeony
copperpeony
7 months ago

Great info!! Thank you for the stats.

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Lionel
Lionel

Same reason: countries with lower % of cases need less vaccination. Australia is a different example because it goes into lockdown very fast for any number of cases therefore the number of cases is low despite a high vaccination rate.

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Lionel
Lionel
7 months ago

“The inescapable conclusion from all the data we have up to October 31st is that vaccines increase case numbers.”
Correlation doesn’t mean causality.
Other things to consider:
– Countries with more cases started to vaccinate before those with less cases, therefore it’s the number of cases that could trigger vaccination hence the causality would be the opposite from what the article “inescapably” concluded.
– Disparate testing rate between countries. For example the poorer the country, the lower the number of tests, and the lower vaccination rate. This could also explain the correlation identified in the article.
If you take the example of Australia, it has a high rate of vaccination and a low number of cases per million therefore Australia doesn’t fit the abovementioned correlation.
Lastly, it’s not merely cases that are important: for example, the impact of those cases, e.g. hospitalisation, ICU, death, are more important.

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G M
G M
7 months ago

Correction needed in article: “They are increasing the case numbers in the unvaccinated – because their immune systems are being damaged by the vaccines.”

I believe you meant to write that “they are increasing the case numbers in the vaccinated”!

TheTopMostDog
TheTopMostDog
7 months ago

I really don’t like it when articles and headlines draw “inescapable conclusions” when that’s simply not what science is about. You can hypothesize and provide supporting evidence, but there’s no place for the word ‘proof’ in actual science.

There’s so many variables that you’ve not considered, like what infection rates are (not case rates, but infection rates), as well as the rate of testing in these countries. I don’t expect any of these countries under 10% to be doing regular testing at all, which definitely could be a factor. Another factor could be climate, as well as latitude, or distance from the equator. UV factors, and the amount of indoor interaction (many of these countries have outdoor markets).

I don’t have the answer, and I will never pretend to. I just want you, and anyone reading, to know that you guys don’t have the answer, either. Like I said, evidence can suggest things, but there’s simply too many variables to draw definitive conclusions.

Lords Witnesses
Lords Witnesses
Reply to  TheTopMostDog
7 months ago

Then you will never get the answer. What you describe is not science. It is philosophy. The answer is staring you in the face. Yes various governments and their figures are corrupt. But not all in favour of the unvaxxed. The corruption is the other way around actually. One way to step outside national corruption is to look internationally at the whole picture.

Shirley
Shirley
7 months ago

“Source” posted ~ links to sources please?

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Jeffrey Dorfman
Jeffrey Dorfman
4 months ago

The conclusions are not supported by the dat at all. First, you include a year’s worth of deaths in which vaccination was not available anywhere. So, places that were hard hit early such as New York and Italy in the extreme cases show up with alot of deaths that could not be vaccine prevented because there WAS NOT VACCINE. Second, many countries who have not vaccinated much also have not counted most of their covid deaths. The conclusion cannot be supported by these data. Garbage!