Covid: A pandemic of the vaccinated?

The statement

“Could it be that Australia’s Covid story has morphed into a pandemic of the vaccinated?

So I checked out the Commonwealth Department of Health’s coronavirus website, but it too, while providing all manner of details on Covid statistics by age, sex, states etc, was conspicuously silent on the relationship between Covid cases, hospitalisations and deaths on the one hand, and vaccination status (unvaccinated, single dose, double dose, boosters) on the other. …..

The NSW Respiratory Surveillance Report for the week ending 14 May offered the answers I was looking for. In this ‘epidemiological week 19’, there were 570 Covid cases admitted to hospital, 58 in ICU and 90 deaths (Figure 4). Of these, just 30, 34 and 17 per cent, respectively, were unvaccinated (or vaccination status unknown).

Conversely, fully 82 per cent of all Covid-related deaths in the state in this week were at least double vaccinated, including 64 per cent who had received boosters.

Figure 4

And still the conspiracy of silence continues among all state and federal governments about this disappointing failure of vaccine efficacy and lack of justification for vaccine mandates and passports.

There never was any ethical justification for vaccine coercion to begin with.

And clearly the regulators, health authorities and governments are stubbornly refusing to entertain, let alone scrutinise, the current data coming in for the pandemic, either by accelerated loss of efficacy or by weakening natural immunity with successive doses.

The source

Professor Ramesh Thakur, in Australian Spectator

(https://spectator.com.au/2022/05/is-this-what-success-looks-like/ )

Ramesh Thakur, Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University and former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations, is based in Australia.  

My take on it

Table 4 above includes a category for No dose/Unknown. It is a pity that this category was not further divided, because in an exercise to determine association, No dose and Unknown are very different categories. If they had been so divided, I would have been inclined to do the analysis on a reduced sample size after excluding the Unknown.

The best I can do is to exclude the bundled category, thereby reducing the sample size to 399.

The table then looks like this:

Would someone like to run a regression analysis on those numbers for me?

But is there any need?

Professor Thakur calls out ‘the conspiracy of silence (that) continues among all state and federal governments about this disappointing failure of vaccine efficacy and lack of justification for vaccine mandates and passports.’

‘A disappointing failure of vaccine efficacy’ ???

This wording implies that the virus remains the villain.

What I and others observe rather is a conspiracy of silence about the toxic nature of this injection.

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