Fully Vaccinated With Higher Infection Rates Than Unvaccinated! The Situation Is Worsening! Vaccine Passport Can’t Be Justified!

The UK vaccinated have higher infection rates than the unvaccinated. The situation is getting out of control. The UK Health Security Agency released the C-19 statistics for the last week. We can conclude that the vaccinated suffer higher infection rates.

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PeoplePeople older than 30, fully vaccinated, have a higher infection rate compared to their unvaccinated counterparts. No one could conclude how this situation would continue. The United Kingdom vaccinated the population according to the age groups, from the oldest to the youngest. Now they started with the Vaccination of the population under 18.

The vaccinated cohort benefits from a 90% improvement in the infection rates, meaning that the incidence case is 10% better than the unvaccinated. What do you think for how long will this artificial protection last?

In the UK age group from 19-29-year-old population, half of them were fully vaccinated nine weeks ago. The vaccinated population goes better than the unvaccinated of their age, but they have lost a significant part of their immunity. After 12 weeks, the protection is entirely gone.

Half of the vaccinated group from 30-39 was fully vaccinated. After 12 weeks, the immunity was gone entirely.

From 40 to 79 vaccinated cohort is negative -50%. It means that they suffer more than double the infection rate of their unvaccinated counterparts. We can’t see the end of this situation.

Does increased vulnerability cause this trend among the vaccinated or improve resistance developing among unvaccinated?

The answer:

Unvaccinated adults show lower infection rates:

Why the vaccinated population struggles with increased infection rates?

It seems that the unvaccinated population has a robust natural immunity, and they are resistant to the virus.

Are we to understand infection after Vaccination may not produce similar broad immunity?

‘’Vaccination is intended to alter the subsequent immune response to infection, which is, of course, the whole point; It is conceivable this altered response may mute the development of broad long-lasting immunity that otherwise typically results from natural infection. That might then leave the vaccinated more open to re-infection and might help explain these results. But this remains speculation, and we simply do not know today.’’ The Expose reported.

’What we do know from the UK data is that anyone vaccinated more than a few months ago is at greatly higher risk of Covid infection and is therefore greatly more likely to be infected than their unvaccinated counterparts.

Much has been said and written to show the vaccinated are equally capable of transmitting Covid. But because their symptoms are often muted, they are also more likely to be out and about; add this to escalating infection rates, and there can be little doubt the vaccinated now constitute by far the most significant Covid transmission risk.’’ The report concluded.

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