Sunday 20 March 2022

BREAKING REPORT: 9 In 10 UK Covid Deaths Were Fully Vaccinated Individuals


90% of UK Covid Deaths Occur in the Fully Vaccinated

The UK and the US report Covid deaths in different ways, but as it turns out, the CDC defines “vaccinated” individuals differently from the U.K. as well.

Doctors treating a patient with COVID-19 at a UK hospital

The Epoch Times reports: A report released by the UK government has confirmed that 9 out of every 10 deaths related to COVID-19 are found in those who are fully vaccinated. Although the virus variant is the same and the UK approved only one different vaccine (AstraZeneca) from the United States, the data in the U.S. are different. This may be due in large part to the CDC definition used to identify who is “vaccinated.”

Indeed, the vast majority of COVID-19 deaths were just admitted to be in vaccinated people, despite the common narrative that vaccines “save lives.” Yet, so far, only the UK has confirmed that this isn’t the case. Why?

as the UK analyzes data that identify individuals on the spectrum of having received one of three shots, the United States only counts vaccination if you’re two weeks after your last dose. Since not all patients who are fully vaccinated are identified on admission, analyzing U.S. numbers is difficult, if not impossible. You must ask yourself if this is intentional.

The CDC’s narrative that vaccines save lives would be challenged if data was gathered in a more honest and common sense ways here, and with it Big Pharma’s pocketbook as well. Therefore, the CDC has elected to continue to collect data in a deliberately unhelpful way so as to fabricate a narrative in which our vaccinated population is outliving the unvaccinated. Common sense dictates that if it’s not true in the UK, a country with demographics and technology similar to our own, it won’t be true here either. 

As the number of deaths in vaccinated people rise, the number of deaths in the unvaccinated population falls as well. What good are these vaccines, again? Despite vaccination rates increasing in the US, death rates are climbing at an even higher rate. This further implies that being vaccinated does not decrease the risk of death from Covid in the same way that the CDC’s narrative suggests.

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