Athena Covid-19 Update (13/1/2022)
1, Global Covid-19 Overview
Total number of infections: 315,901,156 (2,577,601 new cases, 177% up in 14 days)
Total number of deaths: 5,502,167 (6,610 new death, 2% up in 14 days)
Number of infections per 10,000 people: 482.8761 (exclude China)
2, Global Covid “vaccination” Overview
Total number of injections: 9.37 billion
Number of fully “vaccinated”: 3.92 billion
Percentage of fully “vaccinated”: 50.3%
3, Australia Covid-19 statistics
Total number of infections: 1,398,776 (150,702 new cases today)
Total number of deaths: 2,522 individuals (57 new deaths today)
Number of infections per 10,000 people: 441.7122 people
Total number of vaccinations administrated: 45,076,482 (346,349 new doses today)
Number of people received the second dose: 19,038,946 (77.6% of the population)
94.9% of the population over 16 have received the first dose
92.3% of the population over 16 have received the second dose
4, Outbreak highlights and comments
The total number of new cases in Australia topped 150,000 today, mainly because NSW included positive tests from the past seven days in its statistics. In South Africa, both frontline physician reports and data suggest that the current wave of the Omicron is milder than in the past. South Africa has a vaccination rate of only 27.3%. In Australia, where the vaccination rate is 77.6%, not only cases are skyrocketing, but the number of hospitalizations, as shown in the chart below, has also long surpassed the record high of the epidemic.
In Australia, the relationship between vaccination and outbreaks can be shown more clearly in the following graph.
The graph above shows Australian daily confirmed cases and deaths over two years. The blue arrow marks the previous three waves of the outbreak. After Australia reached 70% vaccination, the outbreak was ultimately out of control.
As you can see from the graph above, the outbreak broke out shortly after Australia’s vaccination rate hit the “magic” figure of 70% on November 16 of last year. When you compare the hospitalization rate, you can see that the outbreak also caused a significant increase in hospitalizations. Therefore, Australia is a perfect example that these vaccines neither control the epidemic nor have much effect in reducing severe disease. However, the mainstream media is keen to play up how many cases in intensive care units are not fully vaccinated. In fact, we can see that the vaccine’s effectiveness is a concern even if we look at the data provided by the NSW government in the chart below.
The chart above shows the percentage of fully vaccinated and unvaccinated patients hospitalised in NSW. The oft-repeated claim in the mainstream media that the majority of inpatients are unvaccinated is a pure lie. The hospitalised COVID patients are still fully vaccinated who make up the majority.
What’s more, the so-called unvaccinated include an unknown number of patients who received one dose or two doses but less than 14 days before the second dose at the time of developing symptoms. Even disregarding this watering down of the data, such a rate would still surprise many parents who rush to send their children to be injected with toxic shots. And you won’t find this number in the government’s outbreak reports; the table is hiding deep in a specialized government website called, The Agency for Clinical Innovation.
It seems that the Australian government thinks that these numbers are irrelevant and have nothing to do with informed consent, and thinks that the people’s intelligence is sufficient to believe the hollow words of “safe” and “effective” that government officials and the media are feeding them, and that they cannot read the data.
The more Australian government doesn’t want the people to know about this, the more I will spread the truth. This report provides graphs of the relationship between vaccines and outbreaks in several countries.
Comparing these countries’ data, it is clear that universal vaccination does not help control the epidemic and may even contribute to it. Because the symptoms of infection are reduced after vaccination, it is easier to spread the virus unknowingly.
Australia is a typical example. The time when vaccine coverage reached 70% was the shortest from the time of the major outbreak. Yet, the epidemic curve was the steepest, thus providing more evidence of ineffective vaccines or even increased transmission.
Australia’s total vaccination rate reached 70% on November 16, just one month before the outbreak began to take off in Australia on December 15, which clearly indicates that booster shots will not be effective and could only exacerbate the outbreak.
Translated from: https://gnews.org/zh-hans/1855526/
Posted by: Lish
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