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Deaths among Triple Vaccinated increased by 495% in January with the Vaccinated accounting for 4 in every 5 Covid-19 Cases, Hospitalisations & Deaths since December

Covid-19 Cases

Public Health Scotland (PHS) publish a weekly Covid-19 Statistical report containing data on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations and deaths by vaccination status.

The following chart has been collated from data found in table 11 of the PHS Covid-19 Statistical Report published 12th Jan 22, and table 12 of the PHS Covid-19 Statistical Report published 9th Feb 22, and it shows the number of Covid-19 cases by vaccination status betweeen 11th Dec 21 and 7th Jan 22, and between 8th Jan and 4th Feb 22.

Overall cases have dropped in the last month in all demographics significantly compared to the number of cases recorded between 11th Dec and 7th Jan 22, but in both months the vaccinated have accounted for the vast majority of cases.

The main difference between the two months is that the double vaccinated accounted for the majority of cases between 11th Dec and 8th Jan 22; recording 145,890 cases, but the triple vaccinated accounted for the majority of cases between 8th Jan and 4th Feb 22; recording 46,951 cases.

However, despite cases declining in all demographics over the past two months the data is still quite concerning in regards to the effectiveness of the Covid-19 injections, because as is illustrated in the following chart; the percentage of Covid-19 cases in the unvaccinated has descreased, whilst the percentage of cases among the vaccinated has increased significantly, but mainly in the tripple jabbed.

Between 11th Dec and 7th Jan 22 the unvaccinated population accounted for 15% of cases, but fast forward one month and we find that between 8th Jan and 4th Feb 22 the unvaccinated only accounted for 13% of cases despite the huge roll-out of the third dose to millions in December.

The vaccinated population accounted for 85% of cases between 11th Dec and 7th Jan 22, with 9% of those cases among the one-dose vaccinated, 32% of those cases among the triple vaccinated, and 59% of those cases among the double vaccinated.

But fast forward one month and we find that the vaccinated accounted for 87% of cases, with the one-dose vaccinated accounting for 4% of those cases, the double vaccinated accounting for 33% of those cases, and the triple vaccinated accounting for 63% of those cases.

This means that despite cases falling among all demographics they actually fell the most among the not vaccinated, single vaccinated, and double vaccinated, with the lowest drop coming in the triple vaccinated. This doesn’t make sense if the Covid-19 vaccines are effective. Clearly they are not, at least when it comes to preventing infection.

Covid-19 Hospitalisations

The following chart has been collated from data found in table 12 of the PHS Covid-19 Statistical Report published 12th Jan 22, and table 13 of the PHS Covid-19 Statistical Report published 9th Feb 22, and it shows the number of Covid-19 hospitalisations by vaccination status betweeen 11th Dec 21 and 7th Jan 22, and between 8th Jan and 4th Feb 22.

The main difference between the data on hospitalisations and the data on cases is that overall hospitalisations have increased in the most recent month compared to the number of hospitalisations recorded between 11th Dec and 7th Jan 22, but that increase is only down to a huge increase in hospitalisations among the triple vaccinated population because hospitalisations among all other demographics including the unvaccinated decreased.

Hospitalisations among the unvaccinated fell by -24% to 402 compared to 545 in December. Hospitalisations among the one-dose vaccinated also fell but by just -1.6% from 123 to 121, and hospitalisations among the double vaccinated fell by -28.7% from 763 to 544.

But hospitalisations among the triple vaccinated increased by 88% to 1,430 compared to 762 in December.

This again raises questions surrounding the effectiveness of the Covid-19 injections, because as is illustrated in the following chart; the percentage of Covid-19 hospitalisations in the unvaccinated has descreased, whilst the percentage of hospitalisations among the vaccinated has increased significantly, but only because of the triple vaccinated.

Between 11th Dec and 7th Jan 22 the unvaccinated population accounted for 25% of hospitalisations, but fast forward one month and we find that between 8th Jan and 4th Feb 22 the unvaccinated only accounted for 19.5% of hospitalisations despite the huge roll-out of the third dose to millions in December.

The vaccinated population accounted for 75% of hospitalisations between 11th Dec and 7th Jan 22, with 7% of those hospitalisations among the one-dose vaccinated, 46% of those hospitalisations among the triple vaccinated, and 47% of those hospitalisations among the double vaccinated.

But fast forward one month and we find that the vaccinated accounted for 80.5% of hospitalisations, with the one-dose vaccinated accounting for 6% of those hospitalisations, the double vaccinated accounting for 26% of those hospitalisations, and the triple vaccinated accounting for 68% of those hospitalisations.

This doesn’t make sense if the Covid-19 vaccines are effective. Clearly they are not, at least when it comes to preventing both infection and hospitalisation.

Covid-19 Deaths

The following chart has been collated from data found in table 13 of the PHS Covid-19 Statistical Report published 12th Jan 22, and table 14 of the PHS Covid-19 Statistical Report published 9th Feb 22, and it shows the number of Covid-19 deaths by vaccination status betweeen 4th Dec and 31st Dec 21, and between 1st Jan and 28th Jan 22.

Unlike cases, but just like hospitalisations, deaths rose overall between 1st Jan and 28th Jan 22 compared to the number recorded in December, and yet again this was solely due to the triple vaccinated population.

Deaths rose from 40 among the triple vaccinated between 4th Dec and 31st Dec 21, to a concerning 238 between 1st Jan and 28th Jan 22. This represents a 495% increase in deaths compared to just a 30% increase in deaths among the unvaccinated population at the same time rising from 46 to just 60.

This once again raises serious questions regarding the effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccines, because as is illustrated in the following chart; the percentage of Covid-19 deaths in the unvaccinated has descreased, whilst the percentage of deaths among the vaccinated has increased significantly, but again only because of the triple vaccinated.

Between 4th Dec and 31st Dec 21 the unvaccinated population accounted for 19% of deaths, but fast forward one month and we find that between 1st Jan and 28th Jan 22 the unvaccinated only accounted for 14% of deaths despite the huge roll-out of the third dose to millions in December.

The vaccinated population accounted for 81% of deaths between 4th Dec and 31st Dec 21, with 9% of those deaths among the one-dose vaccinated, 21% of those deaths among the triple vaccinated, and 70% of those deaths among the double vaccinated.

But fast forward one month and we find that the vaccinated accounted for 86% of deaths, with the one-dose vaccinated accounting for 4% of those deaths, the double vaccinated accounting for 32% of those deaths, and the triple vaccinated accounting for 64% of those deaths.

This doesn’t make sense if the Covid-19 vaccines are effective. Clearly they are not effective at preventing transmission or infection. They are not effective at preventing hospitalisation, and they are not effective at preventing death. They seem to actually make things considerably worse.

Pandemic of the Fully Vaccinated

The following chart shows the percentage of Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations by vaccination status in Scotland between 11th Dec 21 and 4th Feb 22, and the percentage of Covid-19 deaths by vaccination status in Scotland between 4th Dec 21 and 28th Jan 22.

Official Pulic Health Scotland data shows that the vaccinated population accounted for 86% of Covid-19 cases, 80% of Covid-19 hospitalisations, and 84% of Covid-19 deaths. Therefore, Scotland is in the midst of a ‘Pandemic of the Fully Vaccinated’ and Nicola Sturgeon should scrap the discriminatory and idiotic vaccine passport system that she chose to introduce in Scotland with immediate effect.

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