Israel continues to be a spotlight in the news.
I understand why that’s the case.
They’re among the most vaccinated countries in the world.
And they were the first to triple jab its population.
COVID-19 shouldn’t be a thing, right?
Well, this is how Israel looks amidst its hyper-vaccination drive:
Highly Vaccinated Israel Is Seeing A Dramatic Surge In New COVID Cases. https://t.co/FGA3s0b5r5
— Jacqueline Gan (@theflowernurse) September 13, 2021
The Vaccine stops the spread huh?
Israel with almost universal VAX rates leads world in per capita cases:https://t.co/AOT2AZLMRx
— Carl Higbie (@CarlHigbie) September 9, 2021
11,396 new Covid cases in Israel today.
With the majority of its adult population fully vaccinated.
— Nick Holt (@Nicjournalist) September 12, 2021
While studying Israel is critical, two other countries provide more glaring examples of the utter failure of these experimental jabs.
Mongolia & Vietnam.
Show any pro-vaxxer this article, and they won’t muster a valid argument to defend this dangerous medical experiment.
Let’s start with Mongolia:
Before their vaccination campaign, their Worldometer shows 1 COVID-19 death and miniscule cases.
According to Our World in Data, 63.5% of Mongolians are fully vaccinated.
How is Mongolia doing?
Deaths are following cases in Mongolia, as well.
But, like the rest of East Asia, their case fatality rate is remarkably low: 0.4% pic.twitter.com/VXWAxQf9pU
— PLC (@Humble_Analysis) September 9, 2021
Mongolia was once touted as a huge success with few covid deaths in the 1st year of the pandemic. After mass vaccinations they now lead the world in covid cases and have much higher high death rates.
This is not an anti-vax post. But who else is asking… what's going on here? pic.twitter.com/tUMAgL6gI0
— Yinon Weiss (@yinonw) September 13, 2021
The world new leader in COVID case rates is Mongolia.
Because vaccines work. pic.twitter.com/5PsLDOmwaj
— Darren of Plymouth 🇬🇧 (@DarrenPlymouth) September 10, 2021
From barely any cases in 2020 to the world’s highest case rate in 2021.
Mongolia’s vaccination campaign started February 23, 2021.
From The Diplomat:
On February 23, Oyun-Erdene, became the first person in Mongolia to be vaccinated against COVID-19. He was injected with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in front of the media, followed by a speech thanking citizens who cooperated and followed the restrictions and official workers who stayed true to their duties during this hard time. The second person to get immunized was the new minister of health, Enkhbold Sereejav.
Now, officials are moving forward on their plan to start vaccinations for 20 percent of the population, consisting of 50,047 workers in the private and public health sectors; 52,750 people working in the front line against the disease; and 58,345 Mongolians over the age of 50. By the end of 2021, the government aims to vaccinate 60 percent of the population that is over the age of 16. Mongolia will be using four types of vaccines: AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Sinopharm, Sputnik V.
Moving on to Vietnam, which has taken a heavy-handed authoritarian approach similar to Australia.
Before their vaccination campaign, Vietnam reported zero COVID-19 cases or deaths.
Vietnam was praised as a model for the world:
Six months ago, Vietnam had supposedly "handled" covid via masks, border controls, and contact tracing.
They were held up as a model for the world.https://t.co/AWkfngjR2Q
— PLC (@Humble_Analysis) September 10, 2021
Vietnam’s mass vaccination campaign started March 8, 2021.
The vaccination drive got off to a slow start but kicked into overdrive by July.
Guess what also spiked around the same time?
COVID-19 cases & deaths.
Vietnam witnessed a dramatic surge at the end of July and throughout August.
Vietnam’s vaccination rate from July 1st to September 1st has increased from:
3.7% partially vaccinated to 18.3% partially vaccinated.
And things don’t appear to be slowing down right now.
— Reuters (@Reuters) August 25, 2021
— Anna Gaudreault (@ladevita12) September 5, 2021
VIETNAM, Covid cases, deaths & vaccinations.
23 Jan 2020 to 12 Sep 2021.
[owid data; unprocessed, apart from normalising.] pic.twitter.com/J1L3w9rVyH
— Ruminator Dan (also Telegram: RuminatorDan) (@RuminatorDan) September 14, 2021
Vietnam’s government has taken an extremely strict approach to combat the surge.
Citizens cannot leave their homes to buy groceries.
Breaking lockdown rules lead to jail sentences.
Delta wave on Vietnam is apocalyptic.
Total lockdown with people not even allowed to leave homes to get food. Soldiers trying to deliver food.
“One doctor now has to treat maybe 200 to 1,000 patients.” 😭 https://t.co/zxe9y1pNaw
— Denise Dewald, MD 🗽 (@denise_dewald) September 9, 2021
Vietnamese man gets five years in jail for spreading coronavirus https://t.co/5PBtKqcmo5
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) September 7, 2021
From the BBC:
A Vietnamese man has been sentenced to jail for five years for flouting Covid-19 rules and spreading the virus.
A court found Le Van Tri guilty of “transmitting dangerous infectious diseases” to eight people, one of whom eventually died.
Until recently Vietnam had been largely successful in keeping Covid out with tight restrictions.
But infections have surged since June, with an outbreak fuelled by the more contagious Delta variant.
The country has seen more than 530,000 cases with more than 13,300 deaths, many of which have occurred the last few months.
Many of those cases have been found in Ho Chi Minh City.In early July, Tri, 28, had reportedly travelled by motorcycle from Ho Chi Minh City to his home province Ca Mau in the south of the country.
At Ca Mau, Tri was found to have lied on a health declaration form which asked about his recent travel history, and also failed to comply with isolation rules.
Local authorities at the time had made it mandatory that anyone travelling from other provinces into Ca Mau had to immediately isolate themselves for 21 days.
It’s essentially martial law and the madness shows no signs of stopping soon.
Before the vaccination campaigns, COVID-19 was virtually non-existent in Mongolia & Vietnam.
Months after the start of injections and things have spiraled out of control in the two Asian countries.
Similar to Israel, they should each be case studies to highlight the failures of these experimental injections.