RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The latest data from the U.K. Department of Health seems to confirm that deaths are rising dramatically in the triple-vaccinated population, while steadily declining in England’s unvaccinated population.
From ‘The Exposé’:
The UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA) publishes a weekly Covid 19 vaccine surveillance report, the latest of which was released on Thursday 2/24/22 and can be viewed here.
The latest figures show that fully vaccinated people accounted for 9 out of 10 Covid 19 deaths last month, while triple vaccinated people accounted for 4 out of 5 deaths.
Table 10 on page 41 of the latest report shows the number of Covid-19 cases in England between Jan. 24 and Feb. 20, broken down by vaccination status, and confirms that the vast majority were recorded among the triple-vaccinated population.
A total of 1,490,464 Covid 19 cases were registered in England between Jan. 24 and Feb. 20, of which 752,126 were among the triple-vaccinated population, while 404,030 were among the unvaccinated population, with 303,107 of these cases affecting children.
Overall, the vaccinated population accounted for 1,086,434 cases, meaning that they accounted for 73% of all Covid 19 cases between Jan. 24 and Feb. 20.
However, when children are removed from the equation, we find that the vaccinated population accounted for 9% of all Covid 19 cases in those over 18 years of age in England.
This article is an excerpt first published at ‘The Exposé’.