UK vaccines weekly INeffectiveness report
This is a continuation of my UK series based on amazing UKHSA data. It all started with my first UK's Vaccine Hell gets worse every week post, that surprisingly received 17,000 views. Look in my past posts for other weeks.
This is just a short update. New UKHSA vaccine effectiveness report was released.
Over 85% of cases in the UK (among adults) are among the vaccinated.
Each line in the above table describes “vaccine effectiveness”. That is how much the vaccine REDUCES chances of illness compared to the unvaccinated. The red numbers are NEGATIVE, meaning that vaccine INCREASES chances of geting Covid, compared to the unvaccinated. For example, for vaccinated 40-49 year olds, their chances of getting covid are (see above) 2.28 TIMES HIGHER than the unvaccinated. So their vaccine is a Covid magnet. No kidding.
Even though vaccine effectiveness (in VERY negative numbers, needs to be called COUNTEReffectiveness) dropped in most categories, the drop was smaller. It may be explainable by the rollout of boosters (see below) or changes in behavior, or petering out of the pandemic among the vaccinated.
Over 82% of deaths in the UK are among the vaccinated.
For deaths we see continued drop in death protection, with two exceptions. The young persons 18-29 simply do not die much, so changes week-to-week would produce wildly inconsistent results. Last week it was a tremendous drop in death protection for youngsters, which I recommended to ignore. This week is an incredible “improvement”, but this is all a result of a tiny number of deaths (thankfully).
Not sure how UKHSA will handle rollout of boosters. Will there a separate category for “boostered”? No doubt, boosters will provide a short term “boost” in preventing cases or deaths, but as Israel appears to show, the protection will be very temporary.
There is a lot of drama happening around the UKHSA reports. They are hated by the British vaccinators because they show what a failure their vaccine policy is. Eugyppius describes it in his post. Some British bureaucrats wrote a open letter to UKHSA demanding that the reports be discontinued. To its honor, UKHSA refused to discontinue this incredibly valuable data, and instead posted a page defending itself.
UKHSA also posts many “disclaimers”, outlining how the data is “unadjusted”, but it really speaks for itself. The data is the best data an honest bureaucrat would produce and UKHSA did not disappoint.
No doubt, continued efforts will be made to conceal or besmirch this information, but it is my firm opinion that the vaccinators have lost, that they are on the way down, will slowly retreat and the joke “vaccines” will be a story for all of us to remember. (I will soon write another post on the grim future of vaccinated people).
UKHSA definitely played a very honorable role in bringing light to the vaccine failure that applies to many more countries than the UK.