The latest data published by the UK Health Security Agency confirms fully vaccinated individuals in England are up to 3.2 times more likely to die of Covid-19 than unvaccinated individuals based on Covid-19 death-rates per 100,000 population.
This means, based on Pfizer’s vaccine efficacy formula, that the Covid-19 injections are now proving to have a negative real-world effectiveness against death as low as minus-222%.
The Russian invasion is now being aired in an endless 24/7 loop via BBC News and Sky News, and the UK’s Prime Minister has described it as “the biggest military conflict since World War 2”.
But with Covid-19 now nowhere to be seen across the mainstream media after two years of non-stop propaganda and lies, it’s hard not to conclude that this intensive coverage of a war thousands of miles away is merely a distraction.
One that is deliberately manipulated and designed to distract the public from terrible news closer to home, and judging by the latest data from the UK Health Security Agency, this certainly seems to be the case.
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) publish a weekly Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report containing figures on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations, and deaths by vaccination status. The latest report, ‘Week 9 – 2022’ was published on Thursday 3rd March 22.
In it, the UKHSA provide the Covid-19 death rates per 100k people for the unvaccinated population and the triple vaccinated population by age groups ranging from under 18’s to 80+. However, it was only in the Week 3 – 2022 report that they stopped publishing the death-rate per 100k figures for the double vaccinated population.
Prior to this they combined the double and triple vaccinated population figures together for the number of cases, hospitalisations, and deaths as well as for the rates per 100k.
But because the UKHSA kindly provide the number of deaths to have occurred among the double vaccinated in their week 9 report, and also kindly provide the overall population size of the double vaccinated by age group in their ‘Week 8 National Influenza and Covid-19 Statistical Report‘, we’re able to do some simple maths to work out the death rates ourselves, and we can clearly see why the UKHSA have decided to no longer publish the calculated figures.
The following table is taken from the UKHSA Vaccine Surveillance Report – Week 9 – 2022, and can be found on page 44. In it the UKHSA reveal the total number of deaths by vaccination status in England between 31st Jan and 27th Feb 22.
Now as you can clearly see the triple vaccinated population very much account for the vast majority of Covid-19 deaths, with 3,005 among the triple vaccinated people over the age of 80 alone. But we’re not interested in the triple vaccinated population for the purposes of this report, we’re interested in the fully vaccinated two dose population.
The following chart shows the total number of Covid-19 deaths between 31st Jan and 27th Feb 22 among the unvaccinated population and fully vaccinated population by age group, taken from the data in the above table –
As you can see here, the fully vaccinated accounted for the majority of Covid-19 deaths during this period in all age groups except for 30-39-year-olds. But what does this equate to in terms of the number of deaths per 100,000 population?
Well because the UKHSA decided they do not want us to know the answer anymore, we need to know the total population size of the double vaccinated population, and they kindly provide this information on page 83 of their ‘Week 8 National Influenza and Covid-19 Statistical Report‘.