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Triple-jabbed 391% more likely to catch COVID

 

Official data published by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) confirms COVID-19 vaccine efficacy has dropped significantly, especially among the triple-jabbed.

According to the data, the vaccine’s effectiveness in protecting against infection has fallen to a point where you are more likely to catch a COVID-19 infection than you’re likely to be protected by the vaccine. This is referred to as negative efficacy.

The effectiveness of the vaccine against infection has fallen to -391% among triple-jabbed people in their 60s.

Effectiveness came in at between -298% and -324% among those aged 30 to 59.

That means if you’re in your 60s, you’re almost four times as likely to become infected than an unvaccinated person of the same age.

Other age demographics have also suffered a statistically significant drop in vaccine effectiveness with figures showing all triple-vaccinated adults are now between three and five times more likely to be infected with COVID-19 than unvaccinated adults.

Graph 1 below shows the real-world COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness — in terms of infection — among the triple-vaccinated population by age and week number in England between January 3 and March 27, 2022. The calculations were made using Pfizer’s own vaccine efficacy formula based on the case rate numbers (provided in Graph 3 further below).

The following graph (Graph 2) indicates the total number of COVID-19 cases by vaccination status in England.

The data is separated by age, group, and by week and has been taken directly from the Weeks 5,9 and 13 UKHSA Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance reports.

Graph 2 indicates infection rates for the vaccinated significantly outnumber those for the unvaccinated. Among all age groups who are triple-vaccinated, infections have been highest since the beginning of 2022.

Paradoxically, the probability of the 30–59 triple-vaccinated age groups getting infected with COVID-19 was significantly higher than for those aged 70 and up.

The data indicates people who have been triple-vaccinated for Covid-19 are substantially more likely to be infected with coronavirus than unvaccinated people.

Graph 3 below shows the per-100,000 case rate by vaccination status for the same January to March 27, 2022, period.

Case numbers here are greatest among the triple-vaccinated and far outnumber those of the unvaccinated in all age demographics.

The UKHSA reports comparing infection rates between vaccinated and unvaccinated populations to determine the efficacy of a vaccine isn’t necessarily as simple as it looks.

“Comparing case rates among vaccinated and unvaccinated populations should not be used to estimate vaccine effectiveness against COVID-19 infection,” the UKHSA said

“Vaccine effectiveness has been formally estimated from a number of different sources and is summarized on pages four to 15 in this report.”

The UKHSA said case rates in the vaccinated and unvaccinated populations are non-adjusted crude rates and do not take into account underlying statistical biases in the data and that there are likely to be systematic differences between the two population groups. For example:

• Testing behaviour is likely to be different between people with different vaccination status, resulting in differences in the chances of being identified as a case.

• Many of those who were at the head of the queue for vaccination are those at higher risk from COVID-19 due to their age, their occupation, their family circumstances, or because of underlying health issues.

• People who are fully vaccinated and people who are unvaccinated may behave differently, particularly with regard to social interactions and therefore may have differing levels of exposure to COVID-19.

• People who have never been vaccinated are more likely to have caught COVID-19 in the weeks or months before the period of the cases covered in the report. This gives them some natural immunity to the virus which may have contributed to a lower case rate in the past few weeks.

A large prospective study of almost 4,000 people by Pfizer in 2021 on the effectiveness of its vaccine found that a double-dose was 91% effective at preventing SARS-CoV-2 infection, while a single-dose was 81% effective.

Their study said that those who became infected — partially or fully vaccinated individuals — had a lower level of viral RNA, a lower risk of developing febrile symptoms, and a reduced duration of illness compared with unvaccinated individuals.

A study released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in September 2021 reported that Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine was 71% effective at preventing hospitalization from the virus, while Pfizer’s and Moderna’s two-dose vaccines provided 88% and 93% protection, respectively.

Waning immunity over time, new variants of the virus, and specific medical conditions may affect how the vaccines work — infections in fully vaccinated people has become a stark reality.

 

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22 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Science not corporate soy-ience.

Triple-jabbed 391% more likely to catch COVID

 

Official data published by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) confirms COVID-19 vaccine efficacy has dropped significantly, especially among the triple-jabbed.

According to the data, the vaccine’s effectiveness in protecting against infection has fallen to a point where you are more likely to catch a COVID-19 infection than you’re likely to be protected by the vaccine. This is referred to as negative efficacy.

The effectiveness of the vaccine against infection has fallen to -391% among triple-jabbed people in their 60s.

Effectiveness came in at between -298% and -324% among those aged 30 to 59.

That means if you’re in your 60s, you’re almost four times as likely to become infected than an unvaccinated person of the same age.

Other age demographics have also suffered a statistically significant drop in vaccine effectiveness with figures showing all triple-vaccinated adults are now between three and five times more likely to be infected with COVID-19 than unvaccinated adults.

Graph 1 below shows the real-world COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness — in terms of infection — among the triple-vaccinated population by age and week number in England between January 3 and March 27, 2022. The calculations were made using Pfizer’s own vaccine efficacy formula based on the case rate numbers (provided in Graph 3 further below).

The following graph (Graph 2) indicates the total number of COVID-19 cases by vaccination status in England.

The data is separated by age, group, and by week and has been taken directly from the Weeks 5,9 and 13 UKHSA Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance reports.

Graph 2 indicates infection rates for the vaccinated significantly outnumber those for the unvaccinated. Among all age groups who are triple-vaccinated, infections have been highest since the beginning of 2022.

Paradoxically, the probability of the 30–59 triple-vaccinated age groups getting infected with COVID-19 was significantly higher than for those aged 70 and up.

The data indicates people who have been triple-vaccinated for Covid-19 are substantially more likely to be infected with coronavirus than unvaccinated people.

Graph 3 below shows the per-100,000 case rate by vaccination status for the same January to March 27, 2022, period.

Case numbers here are greatest among the triple-vaccinated and far outnumber those of the unvaccinated in all age demographics.

The UKHSA reports comparing infection rates between vaccinated and unvaccinated populations to determine the efficacy of a vaccine isn’t necessarily as simple as it looks.

“Comparing case rates among vaccinated and unvaccinated populations should not be used to estimate vaccine effectiveness against COVID-19 infection,” the UKHSA said

“Vaccine effectiveness has been formally estimated from a number of different sources and is summarized on pages four to 15 in this report.”

The UKHSA said case rates in the vaccinated and unvaccinated populations are non-adjusted crude rates and do not take into account underlying statistical biases in the data and that there are likely to be systematic differences between the two population groups. For example:

• Testing behaviour is likely to be different between people with different vaccination status, resulting in differences in the chances of being identified as a case.

• Many of those who were at the head of the queue for vaccination are those at higher risk from COVID-19 due to their age, their occupation, their family circumstances, or because of underlying health issues.

• People who are fully vaccinated and people who are unvaccinated may behave differently, particularly with regard to social interactions and therefore may have differing levels of exposure to COVID-19.

• People who have never been vaccinated are more likely to have caught COVID-19 in the weeks or months before the period of the cases covered in the report. This gives them some natural immunity to the virus which may have contributed to a lower case rate in the past few weeks.

A large prospective study of almost 4,000 people by Pfizer in 2021 on the effectiveness of its vaccine found that a double-dose was 91% effective at preventing SARS-CoV-2 infection, while a single-dose was 81% effective.

Their study said that those who became infected — partially or fully vaccinated individuals — had a lower level of viral RNA, a lower risk of developing febrile symptoms, and a reduced duration of illness compared with unvaccinated individuals.

A study released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in September 2021 reported that Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine was 71% effective at preventing hospitalization from the virus, while Pfizer’s and Moderna’s two-dose vaccines provided 88% and 93% protection, respectively.

Waning immunity over time, new variants of the virus, and specific medical conditions may affect how the vaccines work — infections in fully vaccinated people has become a stark reality.

 

This has been stated for as long or longer than these “MRNA vaccines” have been used. They will greatly reduce the effectiveness of your natural immune response to “foreign radicals”. So, anybody that has these issues was warned, if they were actually listening and using their mind to the effects of getting those “shots”! 😔

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This has been stated for as long or longer than these “MRNA vaccines” have been used. They will greatly reduce the effectiveness of your natural immune response to “foreign radicals”. So, anybody that has these issues was warned, if they were actually listening and using their mind to get those “shots”! 😔

100% but people just don't want to believe it. They actually think that people like Fauci, Pfizer, etc really do care about their health and aren't marketing a product that is a total lemon. Some of it has to do with the governments acting as if they have the solutions so people won't freak out and run amok. Some of it is corporate greed and these degenerate philosophies marry each other and give us the shit situation we're in now. As time goes on and more and more people test positive the jig is going to be up for the people who are still asleep. Of course, the media will bury such stories and statistics.

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100% but people just don't want to believe it. They actually think that people like Fauci, Pfizer, etc really do care about their health and aren't marketing a product that is a total lemon. Some of it has to do with the governments acting as if they have the solutions so people won't freak out and run amok. Some of it is corporate greed and these degenerate philosophies marry each other and give us the shit situation we're in now. As time goes on and more and more people test positive the jig is going to be up for the people who are still asleep. Of course, the media will bury such stories and statistics.

Yes sir, It’s a sad situation! The people that have or will pass due to the effects of these “vaccines” is going to be a very hard pill to swallow as it becomes more and more apparent as that time passes 😔.  

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Yes sir, It’s a sad situation! The people that have or will pass due to the effects of these “vaccines” is going to be a very hard to swallow pill as it becomes more and more apparent as that time passes 😔.  

Except for that "science" thing that shows overwhelmingly, the majority of people dying were NOT vaccinated, even in light of the increase of high-risk vaccinated people who've died recently

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Yes sir, It’s a sad situation! The people that have or will pass due to the effects of these “vaccines” is going to be a very hard pill to swallow as it becomes more and more apparent as that time passes 😔.  

Another thing is that these weirdo "elite" people all claim the earth is too populated and they want to get down to about 15% of where we are now. So with that being said, directly from their own mouths and publications, why would ANYONE trust a single thing they say outside of that? If they told me that apples are good for you today I'd switch over to oranges.

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Except for that "science" thing that shows overwhelmingly, the majority of people dying were NOT vaccinated, even in light of the increase of high-risk vaccinated people who've died recently

Sure thing, that’s your prerogative to think that. Either way, whomever is “right” is really a moot point.

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Except for that "science" thing that shows overwhelmingly, the majority of people dying were NOT vaccinated, even in light of the increase of high-risk vaccinated people who've died recently

One thing you've overlooked. "Not vaccinated" means 3 things now.

  1. Has never gotten a shot at anytime
  2. Got the first or second shot but died within the 14 days window
  3. Got the first, second, and however many boosters but 6 months have passed since the last Moderna/Pfizer booster or 2 months for the J&J

As you can see, that opens up a huge group that are considered as such.

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Another thing is that these weirdo "elite" people all claim the earth is too populated and they want to get down to about 15% of where we are now. So with that being said, directly from their own mouths and publications, why would ANYONE trust a single thing they say outside of that? If they told me that apples are good for you today I'd switch over to oranges.

You have to be able to logically think for yourself and make decisions based on the “big picture”. Many people cannot/ will not do that. So, as you said, they look to those same people for “leadership” and follow those directions.

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Sure thing, that’s your prerogative to think that. Either way, whomever is “right” is really a moot point.

Not really. You get your information form websites and news sources, I talk to people who actually work in the ICU's locally, who've actually death with Covid all this time and who are there when patients are dying. I'll take their word over any news channel any day

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One thing you've overlooked. "Not vaccinated" means 3 things now.

  1. Has never gotten a shot at anytime
  2. Got the first or second shot but died within the 14 days window
  3. Got the first, second, and however many boosters but 6 months have passed since the last Moderna/Pfizer booster or 2 months for the J&J

As you can see, that opens up a huge group that are considered as such.

Not really, I never said partially vaxx'd means fully vaxx'd

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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

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Not really. You get your information form websites and news sources, I talk to people who actually work in the ICU's locally, who've actually death with Covid all this time and who are there when patients are dying. I'll take their word over any news channel any day

They're only dealing with the small percentage of the sick not the average person in a far larger group who just got the sniffles and moved on with life.

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They're only dealing with the small percentage of the sick not the average person in a far larger group who just got the sniffles and moved on with life.

No, their dealing with the local effect of the pandemic which is not different here than anywhere else. And I'm QUITE sure they're kept up to speed on data from the other hospitals in the region/network.state, etc.

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....although I only refer to the ICU's and dead. I don't really care if someone just gets it and recovers on their own, which we've both done

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1 minute ago, HipKat said:

Not really. You get your information form websites and news sources, I talk to people who actually work in the ICU's locally, who've actually death with Covid all this time and who are there when patients are dying. I'll take their word over any news channel any day

So you think you’re the only person on this planet that has doctor and nurse friends or acquaintances 🤦‍♂️!? I went to multiple colleges, dated a bunch of nurses, made many friends and acquaintances along the way, I’m so simple I never even thought to bounce ideas and get some info from the MULTIPLE people that became doctors/nurses 🤤🤤🤤. Your assumptions don’t look good on you Hip.

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So you think you’re the only person on this planet that has doctor and nurse friends or acquaintances 🤦‍♂️!? I went to multiple colleges, dated a bunch of nurses, made many friends and acquaintances along the way, I’m so simple I never even thought to bounce ideas and get some info from the MULTIPLE people that became doctors/nurses 🤤🤤🤤. Your assumptions don’t look good on you Hip.

Don't they?? saying I have a black friend doesn't mean I hang out in the hood. Having friends is one thing. Having friends that you talk to in the medical community is another. And yet another is talking to people who actually have worked with Covid patients for the last 2+ years

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4 minutes ago, HipKat said:

No, their dealing with the local effect of the pandemic which is not different here than anywhere else. And I'm QUITE sure they're kept up to speed on data from the other hospitals in the region/network.state, etc.

Whatever you want to believe. In my experience nurses aren't as educated as they seem and that applies to doctors too who don't keep up on the drugs they hand out. My doctor thought I was nuts for going low carb and then had to face the sad reality that it works in spades. Do you really think that after a long day of seeing patients they're on the internet researching the things they inject or hand out in pills? No, they have the information handed down to them from a higher authority and aren't free to dictate their own treatment plans. Everything is boilerplate. If you still want to believe in it that's on you.

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Don't they?? saying I have a black friend doesn't mean I hang out in the hood. Having friends is one thing. Having friends that you talk to in the medical community is another. And yet another is talking to people who actually have worked with Covid patients for the last 2+ years

Yeah, I’ve talked to multiple/many friends that are nurses & doctors over the past 2+years. So where does that leave you?

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Whatever you want to believe. In my experience nurses aren't as educated as they seem and that applies to doctors too who don't keep up on the drugs they hand out. My doctor thought I was nuts for going low carb and then had to face the sad reality that it works in spades. Do you really think that after a long day of seeing patients they're on the internet researching the things the inject or hand out in pills? No, they have the information handed down to them from a higher authority and aren't free to dictate their own treatment plans. Everything is boilerplate. If you still want to believe in it that's on you.

They are one resource to making an educated decision towards ones health or their loved ones health. They have valid information and experience for sure, but like you said, they have info handed down to them and they are assuming it’s actually good info.

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They are one resource to making an educated decision towards ones health or their loved ones health. They have valid information and experience for sure, but like you said, they have info handed down to them and they are assuming it’s actually good info.

100% My own company hands down decisions to us all the time and I know they're going to fail at it but I'm powerless to change decisions made by out of touch executives in fancy ivory towers. At the local level even regional managers have dumb plans that end up being wild goose chases but made it look like they were doing something. The medical establishment isn't much different.

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7 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Whatever you want to believe. In my experience nurses aren't as educated as they seem and that applies to doctors too who don't keep up on the drugs they hand out. My doctor thought I was nuts for going low carb and then had to face the sad reality that it works in spades. Do you really think that after a long day of seeing patients they're on the internet researching the things they inject or hand out in pills? No, they have the information handed down to them from a higher authority and aren't free to dictate their own treatment plans. Everything is boilerplate. If you still want to believe in it that's on you.

Umm, working with Covid patients in ICU's. 
What part are you missing?

“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

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100% My own company hands down decisions to us all the time and I know they're going to fail at it but I'm powerless to change decisions made by out of touch executives in fancy ivory towers. At the local level even regional managers have dumb plans that end up being wild goose chases but made it look like they were doing something. The medical establishment isn't much different.

Speaking of that, since my kid moved in, I got lazy and started eating the stuff I make her, Burgers, Tacos, pizza, Pasta. etc and then started cheating on my lunches (Entmans!!!) and blew the fuck up. Got back on track 2 1/2 weeks ago, down 12lbs! 

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Umm, working with Covid patients in ICU's. 
What part are you missing?

Like I said, you go by your own path but just consider why I post these articles. Am I in the medical profession? No. Am I selling some kind of homeopath supplement? No. I'm not even remotely in the medical field. Is it because Trump said it? No, he's still saying the vaccines are a wonder of science!

I have nothing to sell or gain by putting my nuts on the line with this info. All I want is for people to wake up and live lives without the specter of dishonest governments controlling them and it drives me nuts that so many are asleep. That's it.

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