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UK Data Shows Fully Vaccinated Ages 30+ Contract Virus at Higher Rates Than Unvaccinated


We’re continuously told by Biden that COVID-19 is a ‘Pandemic of the Unvaccinated.’

It’s arguably the most egregious lie of 2021.

And I’ll happily keep debunking it.

Newly released UK data indicates this so-called pandemic is not of unvaccinated people.

In fact, fully vaccinated individuals are contracting COVID-19 at higher rates.

For UK citizens 30+ years of age, that’s what the data shows.

The source is the UK Health Security Agency’s Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report.

Take a look:

Infowars reported:

According to the data, Covid case counts diverge between the vaccinated and unvaccinated around age 30, with less unvaccinated people being infected with Covid (738.4) than vaccinated people (763.6).

Alarmingly, the Covid infection rate more than doubles around the age of 40, with vaccinated people accounting for 1,281.8 cases, while unvaccinated 40-year-olds only reported 690 cases.

The trend of Covid infections despite double-vaccination continues into age groups past 49, with older age groups showing a similar pattern.

The data, which seemingly disproves the “vaccines work” narrative, caused distress on social media, with many blaming mandatory government vaccination schemes for spreading the very virus they claim to want to stop.

Here’s the chart from the Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report – Week 40:

This data obliterates the false narrative of ‘Pandemic of the Unvaccinated.’

According to the latest UK data, it’s the opposite once you reach age 30.

In September, the majority of UK COVID-19 deaths were vaccinated individuals:

With “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated” debunked yet again, why is half the public still capitulating with this mandate nonsense?

It’s not about health or safety.

Only power and control.


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