“Pandemic of the Unvaccinated”? 75% of August COVID Deaths in Scotland Were Among the Double-Jabbed
Comparing Public Health Scotland datasets tells a story
We live in strange times, and if you think the Covid-19 vaccination program is working because the authorities on TV tell you it is, then you will maybe find it disturbing that the UK is in the midst of a ‘third wave’ in the middle of summer.
Especially when you consider that in the summer of 2020, Covid deaths were reduced to zero despite no vaccines being available.
But the bizarre does not end there, if looking at the latest Covid-19 Statistical Report published by Public Health Scotland (PHS) on September 8, 2021, new questions must be raised.
The report provides a range of data on testing, quarantine, vaccinations, cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. Still, it doesn’t get exciting until you read Table 15, which covers the number of Covid-positive cases per week and vaccination status.
Most of the confirmed cases are now among the vaccinated population. In the most recent week, August 28-September 3, 2021, the report shows that there were 20,744 confirmed cases among the unvaccinated population, who are more likely to be tested for the simple reason that they have not been vaccinated.
But it also shows that there were 5,508 confirmed cases among the partially vaccinated population and 16,810 cases among the fully vaccinated population, two populations less likely to get tested because they are vaccinated.
This means that between August 28 and September 3, there were 22,318 cases among the vaccinated population, almost 2,000 more than the unvaccinated population.
The same can also be said for the week from August 21 to August 27, when there were 15,647 cases among the unvaccinated population and 22,234 cases among the vaccinated population. The same can also be said for the previous two weeks.
In fact, the data show that between August 7, 2021, and September 3, 2021, there were 47,580 cases among the unvaccinated population, 21,020 cases among the partially vaccinated population, and 41,748 cases among the fully vaccinated population.
This means that there were 15,188 more cases among the [fully and partly] vaccinated population.
According to Table 16 of the report, between August 28, 2021, and September 3, 2021, there were 36 Covid-19-related hospital admissions among the unvaccinated 60+ population, while there were 7 admissions in the partially vaccinated population.
However, there were many admissions among the fully vaccinated 60+ population (299), and the same pattern can be observed in the previous weeks up to August 7, 2021.
In total, during the week of August 28-September 3, 2021, there were 271 hospitalizations among the entire unvaccinated population but 423 hospitalizations among the fully vaccinated population. If we base these hospitalizations on the previous weeks’ confirmed cases, we can calculate the hospitalization case rate.
In the week beginning August 21, there were 15,047 confirmed cases among the unvaccinated population. Therefore, based on the unvaccinated hospitalization figures of 271 in the week beginning August 28, the case hospitalization rate is 1.7%.
However, if the same calculation is made for hospitalizations of fully vaccinated individuals (423) and cases (14,519), we can see that the case-hospitalization rate is 2.9%.
This shows that statistically, Covid-19 injections do not reduce the risk of hospitalization when exposed to Covid-19 but rather increase it. [That’s not correct. The problem is that such a calculation is not age-adjusted. Vaccine uptake among the elderly is sky-high, so the vaccinated will have higher hospitalization rates owing to nearly all of the very old being in the vaccinated population.] Keep in mind that vaccine manufacturers claim that their serums reduce the risk by 95%.
Table 17 of the Public Health Scotland report shows the number of deaths that have occurred and the vaccination status of the deceased. However, PHS has been manipulative in the way it has presented the number of deaths.
Because instead of presenting them week by week as they have done with the number of cases and hospitalizations, they have changed the logic and included deaths since December 29.
This means that they are including deaths from the height of the supposed second wave of Covid-19, where only 9% of the population had received a dose and only 0.1% of the entire population was fully vaccinated.
Because of that, PHS can give the impression that most Covid-19 deaths occur among the unvaccinated population.
The table above is taken from the report published by Public Health Scotland on August 18, 2021, and shows Covid deaths by vaccination status between December 29, 2020, and August 5, 2021. As you can see, anyone reading the report might get the impression that vaccines are doing a fantastic job of preventing Covid-19 deaths.
But fast forward to the most recent report, and you will find in Table 17 that there have been 3,102 deaths among the unvaccinated population, 279 deaths among the partially vaccinated population, and 298 deaths among the fully vaccinated population between December 29 and August 26, 2021.
Therefore, the actual number of deaths by vaccination status between August 5 and August 26, 2021, is as follows:
- Unvaccinated population – 25 deaths
- Partially vaccinated population – 6 deaths
- Fully vaccinated population – 92 deaths
This means that the unvaccinated population accounted for only 20% of the alleged Covid-19 deaths during the entire month of August, while the fully vaccinated population accounted for 75% of them. But if you combine the partially vaccinated deaths with the fully vaccinated deaths, you can see that 80% of the deaths occurred among the vaccinated population during all of August.
What is even more troubling is that the number of confirmed cases among the fully vaccinated population has increased significantly in the most recent week compared to the previous four weeks.
Therefore, the number of hospitalizations and deaths that could occur in the coming weeks is likely to be sufficient for authorities to justify another closure or more booster doses.
Source: The Rio Times