The latest Covid-19 Statistical report published by Public Health Scotland shows that the triple vaccinated have accounted for the vast majority of Covid-19 hospitalisations and deaths over the past month, witht the vaccinated population as a whole accounting for 4 in every 5 hospitalisations and deaths.
Public Health Scotland’s (PHS) weekly Covid-19 Statistical Report contains figures on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations, and deaths by vaccination status and the latest report does not do anything to justify that the Covid-19 vaccines have a positive effect.
The following graph shows the number of Covid-19 hospitalisations by vaccination status in Scotland. The data has been extracted from table 14, found on page 44 of the PHS Covid-19 Statistical report published Wednesday 26th Jan 22.
Between 25th Dec 21 and 21st Jan 22 there were 3,096 Covid-19 hospitalisations recorded in Scotland, and the vaccinated population accounted for 81% of them, with the triple vaccinated accounting for 61% of all hospitalisations among the vaccinated, and the double jabbed accounting for 32%.
Each week since 25th Dec has seen the triple vaccinated population account for the most Covid-19 hospitalisations, with the double vaccinated not far behind, as can be seen in the following graph.
Hospitalisations among all demographics peaked in the week beginning 1st January except for the triple vaccinated who continued to record a large increase in hospitalisations in the week beginning 8th Jan 22, suggesting the third jab may have actually had a negative effect on recipients.
The following graph shows the number of Covid-19 deaths by vaccination status in Scotland. The data has been extracted from table 15, found on page 50 of the PHS Covid-19 Statistical report published Wednesday 26th Jan 22.
Between 18th Dec 21 and 14th Jan 22 there were 277 Covid-19 deaths recorded in Scotland, and a large chunk of those were recorded among the triple vaccinated population in the week ending 14th Jan 22, with 71 deaths.
In all the vaccinated population have accounted for 85% of all Covid-19 deaths since December 18th, with the triple vaccinated accounting for 50% of all deaths among the vaccinated population, and the double vaccinated population accounting for 44%.
Each week since 18th Dec has seen the double vaccinated population account for the most Covid-19 deaths, but the most recent week beginning 8th Jan 22 saw deaths among the triple vaccinated soar, as can be seen in the following chart.
The week beginning 8th Jan 22 saw the vaccinated account for 87% of all deaths, with the triple vaccinated accounting for 66% of deaths among the vaccinated.
In all between 25th Dec 21 and 21st Jan 22 the not-vaccinated population have accounted for 19% of hospitalisations, the one dose vaccinated have accounted for 5% of hospitalisations, the double vaccinated have accounted for 26% of hospitalisations, and the triple vaccinated have accounted for 49% of hospitalisations.
Whilst between 18th Dec and 14th Jan 22 the not-vaccinated population have accounted for 15% of deaths, the one dose vaccinated have accounted for 5% of deaths, the double vaccinated have accounted for 38% of deaths, and the triple vaccinated have accounted for 42% of deaths.
If you believe this is to be expected because a higher percentage of the population have been vaccinated then we’re sorry to have to tell you that you are very mistaken, because the hospitalisation and death rates per 100,000 individuals in Scotland have also been highest among the fully vaccinated population over the past month.
These figures therefore suggest the vaccinated are suffering antibody-dependent enhancement, and we’ve gone into great detail on the rates per 100,000 figures in an article you can read here.
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