In Europe surges in Corona infections are seen where most of the population has already been vaccinated. At the same time, the 15 least vaccinated countries do not seem to face any problem.
The alleged delta variant makes it increasingly clear: There is a direct connection between the proportion of vaccinations and the number of Corona cases.
The Israel Ministry of Health data shows that of the cases now identified, the percentage by age group corresponds to the percentage that was vaccinated. The vaccination does not seem to help at all. The proportion of vaccinated people in the positive tests was last at 54 percent. Those with immunity due to a previous infection, on the other hand, are hardly affected at all and only make up 1 percent. The unvaccinated contributed to the rest of 45 percent.
The director of the Infectious Diseases Department at Sheba Hospital, Prof. Galia Rahav, commented: “Compared to the vaccinated, almost no recovered Covid-19 patients are re-infected. Illness-related immunity is likely to be much more effective than a vaccine.”
The hospitalization rate among the sick also decreased by about a third in Israel, as is also the case in the UK. Case mortality decreased by about a factor of 10, according to data from Public Health England.
Countries with high vaccination rates hardest hit
The number of cases reported is greatest in the countries with the highest number of vaccinations per person, data of the countries with the highest number of vaccinations showed.
But it can also be clearly seen that the countries with the lowest vaccination rates in Europe are also least affected by the already relatively low number of infections. These are the countries in south-east Europe apart from Greece, which has very strict measures – such as exit permits only with SMS messages – which also has a 40 percent vaccination rate.
Belarus and Ukraine have the lowest levels of vaccinations. Belarus in particular, but also Ukraine, have acted in a similar way to Sweden, in some areas, such as full football stadiums. And also in the countries in Southeastern Europe the proportion of vaccinations is low up to a maximum of 25 percent.
Some countries, such as the larger successor states of the former Yugoslavia, as well as Latvia and Slovakia, come close to 40 percent.
The countries with high proportions of vaccinated people report significantly higher numbers of positive test results.
A particularly blatant example is Gibraltar. The region had fully vaccinated every eligible citizen by April. Now, some two and a half months later, they have the third highest per capita infection rate in the world, with 80 percent of the cases occurring in the fully vaccinated.
The inventor of mRNA technology, Dr. Luigi Warren already referred to the mRNA vaccination containing only a tiny part of the virus on Twitter: “Some vaccinated people temporarily become virus superspreaders because of lymphocytopenia, ADE (infection-enhancing antibodies) or the fact that the vaccines only express a subset of the viral antigens.”
There have been some reports of superspreading by vaccinated people. For example, a case has been reported where “a vaccinated Israeli caught the Indian variant in London, infected another vaccinated person in Israel who infected another vaccinated person who in turn infected about 80 students at a high school party”.
More and more top scientists and doctors are now calling for this experiment with genetic engineering to be stopped. Dr. Robert Malone, a pioneer in the field of mRNA vaccines, also shared the viral Twitter thread. “This is worrying me quite a bit,” tweeted Malone.
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