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On the relationship between the level of vaccination and current infection

Vaccination against COVID-19 started in the world in December 2020. We are approaching autumn 2021. There are a lot of statistics, it’s time to sum up the first results.

As of August 21, the total number of vaccinated in the world was, according to the figures, 2,526,534,611 people, including fully vaccinated (two vaccinations) – 1,899,999,918 people. In relative terms, this is, respectively, 32.4% and 24.4% of the total population of the planet. Rounded up: almost a third of the world’s population has been injected with drugs called the “COVID-19 vaccine”, and almost a quarter of the world’s people have been fully vaccinated with such drugs.

It is surprising that the organizers and conductors of the vaccination campaign are very weak in tracking the results of vaccination. In the meantime, I would like to know how vaccinations reduce morbidity and mortality from COVID-19. And do they reduce it at all. After all, skeptics argue that vaccinations not only do not help to overcome the “pandemic”, but, on the contrary, undermine human health, make him defenseless against new strains of the virus and other infections.

In some countries where vaccination is in full swing and where the relative population coverage is high, the death toll from the COVID-19 virus remains high. For example, in the USA. At the beginning of August, the United States reached the “minimum” vaccination, which, according to WHO, is necessary to stop the “pandemic” – 60% of the country’s population. As of August 21, 60.31% of residents in the United States received vaccines (including 51.14% were fully vaccinated).

However, the United States remains the world leader in the number of people infected: as of August 23, the total number of cases in this country was 38.55 million. The United States is also the leader in the number of deaths after infection with the virus – 646.1 thousand people. These numbers represent 18.1% and 14.5% respectively of the global totals. But before the beginning of August, vaccination, if you adhere to the “minimum” of 60 percent, did not provide the necessary level of protection against the virus. America, according to medical experts, entered the “safe zone” only three to four weeks ago. Therefore, it is necessary to look at the rates of infection and mortality not for all the time, but only for the last weeks.

Such statistics are available. National services count the numbers of infected and deaths in the last day, in the last two days, in the last week, in the last month. First, I propose to see what the rates of infection with the COVID-19 virus are for the week (August 16-23) in those countries that have reached the required “minimum” vaccination (60 percent).

Table 1.

Relative rate of current infection with COVID-19 in countries with the highest rates of vaccination against the virus

Country *

Vaccination rate **

Relative level of current infection with COVID-19 virus ***

UAE

83.06 (73.10)

758

Qatar

80.89 (69.84)

594

Portugal

79.60 (67.66)

1.583

Singapore

77.12 (73.35)

52

Uruguay

75.78 (70.72)

230

Spain

75.77 (66.48)

1.278

Denmark

75.06 (68.72)

1.150

Chile

74.06 (68.75)

240

Canada

72.39 (64.83)

442

France

71.89 (56.32)

2,270

Ireland

71.73 (64.34)

2,474

Belgium

71.55 (66.94)

1.033

Finland

70.85 (45.74)

813

United Kingdom

69.66 (60.76)

3.309

Norway

69.43 (45.76)

754

Netherlands

69.42 (61.64)

982

Italy

69.42 (61.64)

728

Germany

63.23 (58.11)

568

Israel

63.16 (58.34)

5,321

USA

60.31 (51.14)

2,622

* Countries ranked in descending order of vaccination rate
** Vaccination rate – the number of fully or partially vaccinated in% of the total population (in brackets – fully vaccinated) as of August 21, 2021.
*** The relative level of current infection with the COVID-19 virus is the number of infected per week (16-23.08.2021) per 1 million inhabitants.

Sources: minfin.com.ua, worldometers.info

Table 1, which includes 20 countries, Israel has the highest current incidence rate (5.321). Higher values ​​out of more than two hundred countries in the world for which statistics are available were recorded in only a few countries: Georgia – 8.332; Montenegro – 5.995; Cuba – 5.798; Dominican Republic – 5.486.

But in the first half of the year, Israel was advertised as a country that is ahead of the rest in terms of vaccination coverage, and was presented as a standard. Israel was viewed as the first country to defeat the virus. However, no victory came about. On the contrary, Israel ended up in the group of countries with the highest current incidence.

V Top-20 most vaccinated countries in terms of the incidence of the virus in second place after Israel is the United Kingdom (3.309); on the third – the USA (2.622). Rounding out the top five of the top 20 countries with the highest current infection rates are Ireland (2.474) and France (2.270).

Even in countries that have reached 60 percent of vaccination coverage, people continue to not only get sick, but also die. In the United States, 5,416 people died in a week (August 16-23). And a week earlier – 4.742. In total, about 10 thousand people died in two weeks. Some of them died after being vaccinated against COVID-19.

A similar picture is in Israel, where 288 people died in two weeks after being infected with the virus. In the UK, this figure is 1.320; in France – 1.091.

And it turns out that there are several countries with a stable zero or near-zero value of the current (weekly) infection. These are Cameroon, Syria and Tanzania. What is the secret of their epidemiological well-being? Maybe they were protected by some kind of miraculous vaccine, different from the drugs that countries used Top-twenty (Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Johnson-Johnson)? No. I suspect the secret is that these countries hardly ever used vaccines. Here are the indicators of the vaccination rate of their population (%): Cameroon – 1.25 (0.26); Syria – 0.08 (0.05); Tanzania – 0.35 (0.35).

In some other developing countries, current infection rates are purely symbolic: in Madagascar – 1; Papua New Guinea – 0.5; Sudan – 2; Niger – 2. Imagine that the level of vaccination in these countries is purely symbolic: Madagascar – 0.69 (0); Papua New Guinea – 1.01 (0.23); Sudan – 1.43 (0.41); Niger – 1.59 (0.34).

I am in no hurry with conclusions. So far, I just draw your attention to the fact that the WHO and other international organizations are trumpeting: it is worth fulfilling the vaccination plan for 60 percent of the population, and the “pandemic” will go away.

The UAE even exceeded the plan: by the beginning of the summer, 80 percent of the population had been vaccinated (and 70 percent for full vaccination). However, the current infection rate remains there at 758. 2/3 of the countries monitored (207 countries) do not have such a high rate of current infection. The UAE is a wealthy state that we are told has a developed health care system. However, it failed not only to overcome a viral infection, but even to stop deaths. During the week (August 16-23), 19 deaths were recorded in the UAE after infection with the virus. A week earlier, there were 26 such cases. Experts suspect that we are talking about deaths not after infection, but after vaccination, but these causal relationships are hidden by the health authorities of the UAE and the WHO.

As a result of the analysis of statistics, the conclusion suggests itself: there is a direct relationship between the level of vaccination and the current infection rate. In other words: the more doses of vaccines are injected, the more the number of infected people will be. Statistics indirectly confirm that vaccines weaken the immune system, lowering the barrier of protection against the COVID-19 virus.

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