Do we need more proof the experimental COVID-19 jabs aren’t saving any lives?
The CDC admits the injections don’t stop transmission of the virus.
Now, a study in the peer-reviewed European Journal of Epidemiology Vaccines indicates the most fully vaccinated countries exhibit the most new COVID-19 cases.
For those who rely on mainstream media, this study will be a surprise.
But this pattern of higher COVID-19 cases in more vaccinated countries started at the very beginning of the mass injection rollout.
WLT first discussed this trend during the spring.
Let’s look at the highlights from the study:
Authors of study published in European Journal of Epidemiology Vaccines said sole reliance on vaccination as a primary strategy to mitigate COVID-19 + its adverse consequences “needs to be re-examined.”https://t.co/2AJrXwIuZL
— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) October 8, 2021
European Journal of Epidemiology
“Increases in Covid-19 unrelated to levels of vaccination across 68 countries & 2947 counties in USA”
“Countries with higher percentage of popn fully vaccinated have higher Covid cases per 1 million ppl"https://t.co/9tCVya1npk
— Kulvinder Kaur MD (@dockaurG) October 3, 2021
At the country-level, there appears to be no discernable relationship between percentage of population fully vaccinated and new COVID-19 cases in the last 7 days. In fact, the trend line suggests a marginally positive association such that countries… https://t.co/1bLcZ9kUNo
— George Fareed (@GeorgeFareed2) October 5, 2021
Fully vaccinated countries have highest number of new Covid cases. https://t.co/L5pzYtmtEH
— Bob Hadfield #NoVaccinePassports #JohnsonOut (@Afolabi1304) October 8, 2021
New peer reviewed study in European Journal of Epidemiology finds “Countries with higher percentage of popn fully vaccinated have higher Covid cases per 1 million ppl"
— Sir Proper F*cking Hacked Off QC (@FunTimeFred1) October 3, 2021
Some highlights from the study on Springer Link:
Vaccines currently are the primary mitigation strategy to combat COVID-19 around the world. For instance, the narrative related to the ongoing surge of new cases in the United States (US) is argued to be driven by areas with low vaccination rates . A similar narrative also has been observed in countries, such as Germany and the United Kingdom . At the same time, Israel that was hailed for its swift and high rates of vaccination has also seen a substantial resurgence in COVID-19 cases . We investigate the relationship between the percentage of population fully vaccinated and new COVID-19 cases across 68 countries and across 2947 counties in the US.
In fact, the trend line suggests a marginally positive association such that countries with higher percentage of population fully vaccinated have higher COVID-19 cases per 1 million people. Notably, Israel with over 60% of their population fully vaccinated had the highest COVID-19 cases per 1 million people in the last 7 days. The lack of a meaningful association between percentage population fully vaccinated and new COVID-19 cases is further exemplified, for instance, by comparison of Iceland and Portugal. Both countries have over 75% of their population fully vaccinated and have more COVID-19 cases per 1 million people than countries such as Vietnam and South Africa that have around 10% of their population fully vaccinated.
The study also compared “high” transmission and “low transmission U.S. counties:
Of the top 5 counties that have the highest percentage of population fully vaccinated (99.9–84.3%), the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identifies 4 of them as “High” Transmission counties. Chattahoochee (Georgia), McKinley (New Mexico), and Arecibo (Puerto Rico) counties have above 90% of their population fully vaccinated with all three being classified as “High” transmission. Conversely, of the 57 counties that have been classified as “low” transmission counties by the CDC, 26.3% (15) have percentage of population fully vaccinated below 20%.
The study made this conclusion:
The sole reliance on vaccination as a primary strategy to mitigate COVID-19 and its adverse consequences needs to be re-examined, especially considering the Delta (B.1.617.2) variant and the likelihood of future variants.
The Defender chimed in with this info:
Breakthrough cases significantly underreported as FDA reviews booster data
The number of vaccinated people testing positive for COVID is on the rise, and doctors in Ohio are reporting more breakthrough cases across hospital systems.
However, only certain types of COVID breakthrough cases are reported at both the state and federal level, leaving patients with mild cases underreported.
“We estimate anywhere from two to 10 times as many positives that are being reported is the real situation,” said Dr. David Margolius, division director of internal medicine at MetroHealth in Cleveland.
“It’s still rare, but I get a dozen COVID positive cases a day in my basket, and usually three or four of them have been vaccinated,” said Margolius.
The Ohio Department of Health and the CDC only report breakthrough cases in patients requiring hospital admission, or cases that resulted in death.
The CDC said it made the change in May in order to “maximize the quality of data collected on cases of greatest clinical and public importance.”
As of Sept. 27, the CDC had received reports from 50 U.S. states and territories of 22,115 patients with COVID vaccine breakthrough infection who were hospitalized or died.
The CDC said the number of COVID vaccine breakthrough infections reported to the agency are an undercount of all SARS-CoV-2 infections among fully vaccinated persons, especially of asymptomatic or mild infections.
In addition, national surveillance relies on passive and voluntary reporting, and data are not complete or representative, according to the CDC.
Massachusetts health officials on Tuesday reported nearly 4,000 new breakthrough cases over the past week, and 46 more deaths, according to NBC Boston.
In the last week, 3,741 new breakthrough cases were reported, with 125 more vaccinated people hospitalized.
This brings the total number of breakthrough cases in Massachusetts to 40,464 — out of 4.63 million vaccinated people — and the death toll among people with breakthrough infections to 300.
This latest study warrants further research into innate immune system damage caused by these jabs.
For those who make the decision to receive these experimental injections, blood tests should be conducted to analyze their immune system panels.