Unvaccinated people have far lower severe illness and mortality rate than those fully vaccinated after Covid-19 infection

Translated by: MOS Health Team – Wenfei

(Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

The latest statistics released by Scotland Public Health on January 19 show that unvaccinated people who contract Covid-19 are far less likely to be hospitalized and died than those who are fully vaccinated.

The data showed that the infection rate of fully vaccinated with two doses was 865.79 per 100,000 people, which is 2.1 times higher than that of the unvaccinated group, which was 412.77 per 100,000. Also, the vaccinated group mortality rate was 50% higher than in the unvaccinated group.

The conclusions of the Scotland report are consistent with previous research published in the UK. All indicated the multiple Covid-19 vaccinations won’t prevent infection but in fact will reduce immunity and increase the severity and mortality after infection.

In addition, the statistics released by the Scottish Ministry of Health were deliberately adjusted with statistical settings, that all positive cases within 21 days after vaccination are also classified as “unvaccinated.” Thereby the infection rate of the unvaccinated group was artificially increased.

Sources:

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/01/falling-apart-latest-health-data-scotland-mirrors-uk-unvaccinated-lower-covid-19-case-hospitalization-death-rates-fully-vaxxed/

https://publichealthscotland.scot/media/11223/22-01-19-covid19-winter_publication_report.pdf

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Posted by: AlexZ

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