There’s a lot of conflicting info about vaccines out there….
Some people will tell you that the vaccine causes milder illness, but the vast majority of Covid cases weren’t severe or fatal to begin with…..
Here’s what I think: there is no Covid vaccine.
Yup. it doesn’t exist.
We have a Covid shot, but no Covid vaccine.
Just like flu shots are semi-effective, and meant for older, more at-risk individuals, Covid shots serve the same exact function. They may or may not soften the effects of the virus in certain individuals.
They certainly aren’t some sort of cure-all, nor are they a guarantee—far from it! They’re like temporary bandaids for a problem, and should be optional in every sense of the word.
That is the moral of the story here.
New reports coming out of Israel make the claim that a majority of new Covid hospitalizations are fully vaccinated individuals, yet other reports claim that while hospitalizations are rising, symptoms are getting milder.
I don’t know about you, but to me there is nothing ‘mild’ about winding up in a hospital for Covid in the first place. If you end up in the hospital for Covid after receiving the Covid ‘vaccine’ then I have news for you: the ‘vaccine’ failed you.
No one should be forced to take something that maybe, could have, would have, or should have helped them.
We have to be WAY more certain about something before asking ANYONE to take it—let alone mandate it.
The risk/reward ratio is just way too low there to call these things ‘vaccines’, and these reports coming out of Israel are proof positive of exactly what I’m talking about:
Dr. Kobi Haviv, #medical director of Herzog Hospital in #Jerusalem said that “85 to 90 % of the hospitalizations are in fully vaccinated people,” and “95% of the severe patients are vaccinated.” Herzog Hospital specializes in nursing care for the elderly.https://t.co/9HmhXyQkXp
— NTD News (@news_ntd) August 7, 2021
In Australia. The 111 people that had contracted covid, 110 were fully vaccinated.
Israel has deemed all 3 entirely redundant.
UK now at 50/50 for hospitalizations.
Only thing that really seems to be providing people protection from future infection is having had COVID.
— WCB (@westcoastbarner) July 31, 2021
Dr. Kobi Haviv’s comments appeared in The Epoch Times:
Talking with Channel 13 TV News on August 5, Dr. Kobi Haviv, medical director of Herzog Hospital in Jerusalem said that “85 to 90 percent of the hospitalizations are in fully vaccinated people,” and “95 percent of the severe patients are vaccinated.” Herzog Hospital specializes in nursing care for the elderly.
Haviv said the rising cases of vaccinated people getting COVID-19, a disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus is because “the effectiveness of the vaccine is waning.”
Data from the Israeli Minister of Health in July suggested that the effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine in preventing infection and symptomatic illness had dropped from 90 percent to only 39 percent and 41 percent, respectively. However, the levels of protection against severe illness (88 percent) and hospitalization (91.4 percent) remained high.
"95% of severe patients are vaccinated".
"90% of the hospitalizations are in fully vaccinated people."
"We are opening more and more COVID wards."
"The effectiveness of the vaccine is waning/fading out"
— New Ardor (@ArdorNew) August 5, 2021
Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four
1984. 2+2 = 5
Israel & Australia
— ThereIsaProblem (@wingsnotofwax) August 7, 2021
Haaretz offers the view that symptoms are ‘milder’ among those with the vaccine:
Even though the number of seriously ill coronavirus patients is rising, some doctors say their impression is that hospitalized patients are generally less ill now than they were during previous waves of the virus.
According to Health Ministry data published on Sunday, the number of seriously ill patients has jumped to 97 – an increase of 30 patients since last Wednesday. Of the seriously ill, 22 are in critical condition and 17 are on ventilators. In total, 191 coronavirus patients were hospitalized as of Sunday, of whom 113 were vaccinated.
But the number of seriously ill patients has risen much more slowly than the number of cases. The latter figure jumped from 132 to more than 1,400 over the last month, a tenfold increase. Over the same period, the number of seriously ill patients rose from 23 to 97, a fourfold increase.
Before vaccinations began, around four percent of patients became seriously ill. But today, with most of the country vaccinated, an estimated 1.5 percent of patients become seriously ill.