In the world, an increasing number of countries are striving to meet the WHO standard for vaccination against COVID-19 – vaccination coverage of 70 percent of the population. The first line in the ranking is occupied by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where as of September 11, the number of fully and partially vaccinated was 88.92%. This is followed by Portugal (86.76%) and Spain (79.37%).
The club of the “seventies” today includes about two dozen countries from different continents, with different levels of economic development, with different population density, different climates, etc. and partial) is 62.73%, but the latest decrees by Joe Biden suggest that in October the United States will also enter this club. But China, according to its statistics, is already among the “seventies” with an indicator of 76.08%. Along the way, I note that Russia is in the group of “lagging behind”: vaccination coverage is 31.18% (including full vaccination – 27.11%).
From the very beginning, the WHO stated that reaching the normative level (by the way, at first it determined it not at 70, but at 60%) will allow us to defeat the “pandemic”. However, even in countries that have fulfilled the “standard” long ago, victory is not visible. So, in the UAE last week (from 5 to 12 September), the number of cases of coronavirus was 560 per million inhabitants. And the number of deaths per million inhabitants – 6. In Portugal, these figures over the past week were 840 and 6 people, respectively, in Spain 498 and 9.
Where is the promised victory?
In the first months of this year, Israel was the leader of the vaccination marathon, which in May reached the then “standard” of 60%. Almost five months have passed since then, but the miracle has not happened. On the contrary, everyone is gripped by fear, because the infection continues to mow people down. Last week, the number of cases per 1 million inhabitants in Israel amounted to 5.878, the number of deaths per million – 20 people.
A country like Mongolia has achieved outstanding success in vaccination. As of September 11, 67.22% of the population was vaccinated there, and among the adult population (over 16 years old) the coverage reached 98%. And at the same time, Mongolia ranks one of the first places in the world in terms of morbidity and mortality from coronavirus. Over the past week, its relative indicators were 7172 people and 19 people, respectively. But even at the end of spring, Mongolia had very low relative rates of morbidity and mortality from COVID-19. However, the prosperity continued until the authorities of the country, under pressure from WHO, began an active vaccination campaign for the entire adult population, and from the middle of summer – even for children 12-15 years old.
Great Britain is also in the group of leaders in terms of vaccination rates. On September 11, the vaccination coverage rate of the population was 70.84%; the number of fully vaccinated persons is 64.26%. Great Britain is part of the “seventies” group. And at the same time, it was in the group of the most disadvantaged countries in terms of the relative incidence rate. Over the past week, the number of cases of COVID-19 per million inhabitants was 3.753. This is less than the figures for Israel and Mongolia, but significantly higher than the figures for the United States (2.832).
Among the leaders in vaccination, England is considered a country where the so-called administration of vaccinations, that is, accounting for the consequences of injections made, is relatively well established. The UK Department of Health released a report on September 3 SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern and variants under investigation in England. Technical briefing 22. The report provides statistics on the incidence of coronavirus, vaccination, some consequences of vaccination, including deaths as of the end of August 2021. The information is intended for specialists. Half of it is in tabular form. However, it can be translated into simpler language as well. Of particular interest is table 5 – Emergency care attendance and deaths for sequenced and genotyped delta patients in England by vaccination status (1 Feb 2021 to 29 Aug 2021), or in Russian “The consequences of cases of the Delta virus in England in the form of emergency medical care and deaths depending on the vaccination status (for the period from 1 February 2012 to 29 August 2021)”. The table shows the statistics of cases when it was necessary to resort to emergency medical care (calling a doctor at home, hospitalization), and cases of death. There have been cases of infection with the Delta type of coronavirus. And finally, the consequences of the disease (doctor’s calls, hospitalization, deaths, etc.) were recorded within 28 days from the receipt of a positive test. Later cases are not taken into account. Most of the vaccinations were carried out with drugs Pfizer and AstraZeneca.
In a summary form, the observation results set out in Table 5 of the UK Department of Health report can be presented in the following compact table.
Consequences of infection with the coronavirus (type “Delta”) in England during the period from February 1 to August 29, 2021.
Cases when the infected have to seek urgent medical attention
Vaccinated with one dose
Vaccinated with two doses
It follows from the table that in cases of serious consequences of infection (except for deaths), 44.6% were unvaccinated; on those vaccinated with one dose – 22.1%; on those vaccinated with two doses – 23.1%; for the group of unidentified cases – 10.2%. It turns out that the number of consequences for the vaccinated (partially and completely) in the aggregate is greater than the number of consequences for the unvaccinated.
In cases of lethal outcomes, it turns out: unvaccinated – 29.8%; vaccinated with one dose – 7.9%; vaccinated with two doses – 60.7%; unidentified cases – 1.6%.
The results of observations of the Delta strain infected in England contradict the statements of the WHO and the Ministry of Health of a number of countries. In winter – in the spring of this year, WHO promised that full vaccination (60 or 70% of the population) guarantees a complete victory over the virus. When it became clear that victory had not been achieved in Israel, WHO changed the wording. They say that vaccination does not give a full guarantee against subsequent infection, but the course of the disease after vaccination is easier. And most importantly, mortality is decreasing. From the report of the British Ministry of Health, we see that the unvaccinated accounted for only 29.8% of deaths from infection with the Delta strain, and the vaccinated partially or completely – 68.9%. It is noteworthy that the mortality rate rises sharply after the second injection. After the first injection, 7.9% died; after the second – 60.7%, that is, 7.7 times more.
Today, in many other countries, there is talk of the need for additional doses, the so-called booster vaccinations. In a number of countries (primarily in Israel), booster vaccinations are already in full swing. A number of sober doctors warn that they will lead to an exponential increase in deaths: this is exactly the conclusion of a study by the Ministry of Health. And at the same time, in September, the British authorities expect to start a program for revaccination of the population (the third injection). This was stated on September 12 in an interview with the TV channel. Sky News health minister Sajid Javid… Where is the logic? Or does the UK Ministry of Health meekly follow the orders of the WHO, which today commands the Ministry of Health in most countries of the world?
How does WHO respond to the obvious negative effects of vaccinations? She changes the meaning of key concepts along the way. Experts remember how WHO on March 11, 2020 called cases of coronavirus infection in a number of countries a “pandemic”. The situation at that time did not even lead to an epidemic. However, WHO officials have radically changed the definition of a pandemic that has existed throughout the organization’s history since its inception in 1948. Observers predict that in the near future WHO will also change the definitions of “vaccine”, “vaccination”, “vaccinations”, etc.
By the way, the US federal agency CDC, which is part of the US Department of Health, has already managed to change these definitions (sometime at the end of the summer). The old version had the following definition: Vaccine: A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to develop immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease. (A vaccine is a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to develop immunity to a specific disease, protecting a person from that disease). And here is the new wording that has just appeared: Vaccine: A drug used to stimulate the body’s immune response against disease. (A vaccine is a drug used to stimulate the body’s immune response against disease.) Even a person who is far from medicine understands that “stimulating the body’s immune response” does not guarantee that a person will be protected from infection. And the doctor will say that such stimulation can, for example, provoke a cytokine storm, sepsis, anaphylactic shock, and even lead to death. From now on, literate and responsible people should put the word “vaccination” in quotation marks. Judging by the report of the UK Ministry of Health, drugs called “vaccines” are more correct to be called murder weapons. Without any quotes.
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