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A COVID-19 surveillance report from Australia’s New South Wales Department of Health (NSW Health) has revealed that most COVID-19 cases and deaths in the state are among vaccinated people.

According to the report, around 90 per cent of the COVID-19 cases in New South Wales with a known vaccination status had received two “effective” doses of the experimental COVID-19 or Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus vaccine.

Suppose children under 12, who cannot be vaccinated, are excluded from the data. In that case, this means the double-vaccinated made up 98 per cent of COVID-19 cases, with the unvaccinated amounting to less than one per cent of cases.

NSW Health defines the unvaccinated as having no “effective” vaccine dose, including those who only had their first jab out of two doses within 21 days of exposure to COVID-19 or arrival in Australia.

Out of the hospitalized COVID-19 cases with a known vaccination history, 82 per cent had both COVID-19 vaccine doses. The number of double vaccinated COVID-19 hospital cases is 87 per cent should children under 12 be excluded from the statistic.

Three-quarters of intensive care unit (ICU) patients and CCP virus deaths are double vaccinated.

Around 91.5 per cent of residents age 12 and older in New South Wales are fully vaccinated as of late November 2021. NSW Health said that COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations across the state have skyrocketed from a seven-day average of 1,400 in the Delta wave of September 2021 to over 90,000 daily cases in January 2022.

According to John Hopkins University’s Our World in Data, New South Wale’s CCP virus deaths have also surged, from one death at the end of December 2021 to a current average of 40 per day.

Despite the evidence that the experimental vaccines are harming people, New South Wales officials continue to force the vaccines onto health care workers, teachers, airport workers, and senior care workers.

Furthermore, NSW Health data shows that 99.4 per cent of unvaccinated COVID-19 cases 12 years and older who tested positive between November 26 and January 8 have not died. Unvaccinated youth below 18 years of age have a death rate of under 0.1 per cent.

“Since the start of the pandemic, 0.2% of cases (738 people) have died. This includes 122 residents of aged care facilities,” states the NSW Health report.

Europe’s COVID-19 trends also show soaring infection rates among the vaccinated population.

Britain’s Health Security Agency data shows that unvaccinated people have lower infection rates than the double vaccinated across all age groups over 18 years as of late January this year. The agency’s data also reveals that vaccinated COVID-19 deaths outnumbered unvaccinated COVID-19 deaths by almost five to one.

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