Austrian health chief displays his ignorance in calling for tax relief for vaccinated
The Linz City Councilor for Health has outed Thomas Szekeres, President of the Austrian Medical Association, as an uninformed pharma shill. He accused the latter of further dividing society with his nonsensical statements and shameless political posturing. And Szekeres is not the only one who ignores the facts about vaccination – published figures show a different picture of the shots.
Published: October 29, 2021, 1:17 pm
Szekeres recently called for tax relief for vaccinated people, but this has reportedly caused absolute incomprehension also among those in the medical profession. The Linz City Councilor for Health, Dr. Michael Raml, riled against the cheap populism contained in the statements of Austria’s chief medical officer. Because of such statements, the division in society has only widened.
“If a Vienna General Hospital professor at a time when 11 percent of Corona intensive care patients are double vaccinated, claims that only unvaccinated people need to be treated in the intensive care unit, he is apparently clueless as to the situation. He frightens the population and prevents the creation of a certain confidence,” said health councelor Raml.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, relying on evidence for any measures taken, Raml has spared the Linzers from the obligation of wearing a mask outdoors, unlike in Vienna. Likewise, in contrast to other politicians, Raml spoke out against compulsory vaccination from the start. He is against compulsory Corona vaccination for certain professional groups as well as against a general vaccination requirement.
Even the mainstream in Austria is starting to release numbers
There are now Corona-related numbers to be found even in the mainstream media. For example, at the beginning of October, 17 percent of fully jabbed intensive care patients and around 31 percent of fully jabbed patients were in the normal wards in the hospitals in Austria. The rest are considered “unvaccinated” because many had only received the first jab.
In Germany, people are not statistically recorded as “fully vaccinated” until 14 days after the second vaccination. In this way, the numbers are of course skewed. Especially since there is hardly any country in the world that really distinguishes between unvaccinated, partially vaccinated and fully vaccinated people and thus traceable data is not provided.
Does the vaccination work well in Austria?
Instead of finally communicating transparently and disclosing all the data, it is pointed out again and again that the vaccination is effective and safe. However, some recent events have been cause for alarm. The city of Waterford in the south-east of Ireland has the highest vaccination rate in the entire country with 99,7 percent of all people over the age of 18. However, it also has the highest 14-day incidence in Ireland of Covid-19 at 1 486 cases per 100 000 residents.
— EURACTIV (@EURACTIV) September 20, 2021
Waterford city district has State’s highest rate of Covid-19 infections https://t.co/KBikOMaoxR
— The Irish Times (@IrishTimes) October 21, 2021
This makes the value in Waterford three times as high as the national average, with an incidence of 493 positive testers in every 100 000 inhabitants. This can no longer be explained by vaccine propagandists.
Decreasing vaccination protection and cover-ups
The latest studies have shown that so-called vaccination protection already wear off again in just 6 to 8 weeks after the administration of the jabs. In addition, Covid-19 shots in no way protect against the transmission of viruses or against infection. In the best case scenario, it only allegedly ensures that the disease is milder, but this in itself is virtually impossible to gauge anyway. And thus the alleged protection is likely to be much lower than assumed.
Also, in England, the risk of serious illness leading to death for the vaccinated is significantly higher than for the unvaccinated. But instead of openly discussing these findings, the flood of propaganda continues unabated.
In the German city of Weimar in Thuringia, for example, officials will no longer be publishing any unpleasant figures related to Covid-19 in the future. The city of Goethe’s birth has become the new stronghold of the Corona cover-up.
More and more hospitalizations involve double-vaccinated people and the citizens of Weimar also noticed this. After the state capital Erfurt, the city has the second highest vaccination rate in Thuringia with 68,5 percent. With a 7-day incidence of 309 cases per 100 000 inhabitants, Weimar has been in fourth place in the state of infection among 21 districts or urban districts.
So the independent mayor Peter Kleine stepped in and announced that this number would no longer be published, because there are many people “with” Corona in hospital.
This distinction apparently did not matter last year – even accident victims were considered “Corona patients”.
So Kleine decreed that the number would no longer be given. This was necessary because this allegedly “clearly distorted reality” and any real data would play into the hands of “Corona deniers and vaccination opponents”.
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