I’ve added the dynamic graph using the embed code from document itself, you’ll notice how they really want you to take notice of the double vaccinated group in green, which yes, does have a particularly low death rate (we’ll get into that in a minute).
But first I’d like you to focus on just where this massive peak of unvaccinated deaths occurs. What do you notice?
Shock horror! It’s in the peak of winter when mortality is always at its highest and, wait for it, at a time when less than 5% of the population were vaccinated.
From march onwards, the numbers decline as the unvaccinated proportion of the population decreases and winter subsides into summer.
In fact, the vaccinated begin to rise above the unvaccinated.
But undeniably, yes, the double jabbed death rate does appear to be significantly lower from COVID-19 related deaths.
But here’s the thing, there have been more deaths following vaccination reported via the UK’s vaccine injury reporting system since the middle of March through to the beginning of March than there has of COVID-19 in the unvaccinated in the same timeframe.
The UK Column has created an improved frontend for the Governments Yellow Card reporting system HERE.
You can find the full data from the Office of National Statistics showing deaths by vaccine status HERE
But what about Hospitalizations!
So it is clear the death data is, at the very least, misleading. We will have to wait for further data to determine whether the mortality rate is higher for the vaccinated compared to the unvaccinated, but for now we can see that vaccinated or not, summer has been upon us and your chance of death from this so-called COVID-19 is small.
But what about hospitalizations? After all, isn’t this what people keep preaching – “The unvaccinated are filling up our hospitals”.
Guess what, we do not have the data. But what we do know is that deaths over the past 6 months have been minimal from COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status. It is hard to imagine COVID-19 patients are having a significant impact on hospitals, the ridiculous track and trace system reducing hospital staff by up to 50% at any one time, maybe, but COVID-19 – I think not.
Well, if we look again at our yellow card data, we have over 350,000 reported adverse reactions following vaccination, and let us not forget that a previous study concluded that as little as 1% of adverse events are likely to be reported in these event monitoring systems.
The yellow card reporting system fails to provide us with details on adverse reactions that led to hospitalisation, however, if just 1% did result in hospitalisation, this would equate to over 3,500 hospitalisations.
There is also the argument with any of these adverse events to whether the vaccine was the cause, or merely coincidence – but this same argument is also true for events following a positive COVID-19 PCR test.
It should also be noted that there are multiple reports that it is in fact the vaccinated filling up the hospitals, not the unvaccinated: