Latest figures from the UK show that Covid infection rates are three times higher among those vaccinated and growing faster than among the unvaccinated in almost every age group.
The latest official health data from the British government showed that those vaccinated with the triple vaccine again accounted for the majority of all Covid-19 hospitalizations between 20 December and 16 January, and those who received the dual vaccine, formerly known as fully vaccinated, did not are far behind.
Not surprisingly, even though the highly infectious and cold-like Omicron variant is the dominant strain, the unvaccinated have a stable infection rate.
But on the other hand, not only do double/triple vaccinated people make up the majority of cases overall, but they also shed the virus at a much higher rate per 100,000 people than unvaccinated people, and this applies to almost all age groups.
The only age groups that did not show a significantly higher rate of infection with the triple shot were those under 18 or 18 to 29 years of age, who were the least likely to receive a shot, let alone a booster.
Starting at age 30, the number of cases among the revaccinated begins to skyrocket compared to the unvaccinated, reaching a rate of 3,996 per 100,000 in the 50-59 age group, an astounding 89% higher than in the unvaccinated in this age group, who have a rate 2,133/100,000.
In other words, those who received the booster and were fully vaccinated were the ones who spread the virus favorably, essentially proving that vaccination passports and similar vaccine-related prescriptions are effectively meaningless.
The data also showed that, as in the latest round of public health data, fully vaccinated still account for 3 out of every 4 Omicron hospitalizations, in line with the overall vaccination rate in the UK. This is a vaccinated pandemic.
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