The latest figures published by the UK Health Security Agency show that despite the elderly and vulnerable receiving a booster shot in September and October, and the NHS turning into the National Booster Service ever since, the triple/double vaccinated population still accounted for 4 in every 5 Covid-19 deaths throughout December 2021.
The ‘Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report – 2022 – Week 1’ was published by the UK Health Security Agency (formerly Public Health England) on Thursday 6th January 2022, and it shows that the vast majority of Covid-19 cases between 6th Dec 21 and 2nd Jan 22 were among the fully vaccinated population.
The totals number of cases by vaccination status as confirmed by table 10 of the UKHSA Week 51 Vaccine Surveillance report between 6th Dec 21 and 2nd Jan 22 were as follows –
- Not-vaccinated population = 857,245
- Partly vaccinated population = 163,826 cases
- Triple/Double-vaccinated population = 1,663,628 cases
This means the vaccinated population accounted for 68% of Covid-19 cases between 6th Dec 21 and 2nd Jan 22, whilst the not-vaccinated population accounted for 32%.
This is a huge increase on the number of cases that were recorded a month earlier between 15 Nov 21 and 12 Dec 21 in which the vaccinated population accounted for 59%, whilst the unvaccinated population accounted for 49%.
Cases among the unvaccinated population were around half the amount during this four week period compared to the most recent four week period, whilst cases among the vaccinated population were around three times less.
Unfortunately the latest UKHSA report also shows that despite the booster campaign being well underway, the vast majority of Covid-19 hospitalisations were also among the fully vaccinated population between 6th Dec 21 and 2nd Jan 22.
The totals number of hospitalisations by vaccination status for all age groups between 6th Dec 21 and 2nd Jan 22, as confirmed by table 11 of the UKHSA report were as follows –
- Not-vaccinated population = 4,056
- Partly vaccinated population = 508
- Triple/Double-vaccinated population = 5,283
This means the vaccinated population accounted for 59% of Covid-19 hospitalisations between 6th Dec 21 and 2nd Jan 22, whilst the not-vaccinated accounted for just 41%.
But yet again the difference between the vaccinated and unvaccinated gets much worse when it comes to deaths allegedly related to Covid-19.
The totals number of alleged Covid-19 deaths by vaccination status between 6th Dec 21 and 2nd Jan 22, as confirmed by table 12b of the UKHSA report were as follows –
- Not-vaccinated population = 928 deaths
- Partly vaccinated population = 130 deaths
- Triple/Double-vaccinated population = 2,621 deaths
This means the vaccinated population accounted for 75% of Covid-19 deaths between 6th Dec 21 and 2nd Jan 22, whilst the not-vaccinated accounted for just 25%.
With the vaccinated population accounting for 7 in every 10 Covid-19 cases, 6 in every 10 Covid-19 hospitalisations, and 8 in every 10 Covid-19 deaths, is there really any justification for turning the NHS into the National Booster Service and the introduction of vaccine passports in which an unvaccinated person must take a test to be permitted entry but a vaccinated person does not?
The Covid-19 injections do not prevent infection.
The Covid-19 injections do not prevent transmission.
According to the data it does not look like they prevent hospitalisation or death either.
The only thing that the Covid-19 injections currently prevent is the respect of the basic human rights afforded to every person prior to March 2020.
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