The latest Public Health England technical briefing on Covid-19 variants of concern has been published and it reveals that up to the 12th September 2021, 74% of all alleged Covid-19 deaths since August 2nd 2021 have been among the vaccinated population, confirming the UK is currently experiencing a pandemic of the vaccinated.
The report, which is the 23rd update to be released suggests at first glance that the vast majority of Covid-19 cases and hospitalisations are among the unvaccinated population. However, this is because the total numbers presented in the report have been collated from as far back as February 1st 2021 when just 0.7% of the adult population in the UK were fully vaccinated.
By comparing the report against reports released in early August 2021 we are able to see who is really getting infected, hospitalised, and sadly losing their lives in the third wave of Covid-19 to hit the UK, which is strangely occurring in summer.
According to the latest PHE report, 593,572 cases of the Delta Covid-19 variant have been recorded in England up to the 12th September 2021.
Since 1st February 2021 44% of these cases have been among the unvaccinated population, accounting for 248,803 cases. Whilst 46.8% have been among the vaccinated population, with 157,400 being recorded among the fully vaccinated (26.5% of all cases) and 120,812 being recorded among those who had only had a single dose of a Covid-19 vaccine (20% of all cases).
However, by taking a look at the 20th report released by Public Health England we are able to see that from the 1st February 2021 up to the 2nd August 2021 there had been 300,010 recorded cases of the Delta Covid-19 variant, meaning the 22nd report shows that between the 2nd August 2021 and 12th September 2021 a further 293,562 cases were recorded – nearly double what had been recorded over a period of 7 months.
A further 106,303 cases were recorded among the unvaccinated population, whilst a further 11,060 cases were recorded among the partly vaccinated population. But it is the fully vaccinated that have seen the largest rise in recorded cases, with an increase of 110,392 cases between August 2nd and September 12th.
This may be surprising to some but it shouldn’t be, because the current vaccines on offer do not prevent infection or transmission, even the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) have admitted this in a recently published document (see here), in which they said research should now concentrate on producing a vaccine that prevents transmission and infection due to the current vaccines not preventing infection in most people.
SAGE did however state that they “feel that the current vaccines are excellent for reducing the risk of hospital admission”. But does the Public Health England data support that feeling?
Yet again, at first glance the latest Public Health England report shows the majority of admissions to hospital have been among the unvaccinated population since the 1st February 2021 up to the 12th September 2021.
Out of 6,280 admissions the unvaccinated population account for 49% of them with a total of 3080 admissions. Whilst the fully vaccinated account for 37.5% of them with a total of 2,361 admissions. A further 728 admissions have also been recorded among the partly vaccinated population.
However, when we take a look at the figures released in the 20th report published by PHE, we can see that from February 1st to August 2nd there had been 1,738 admissions among the unvaccinated population, 476 admissions among the partly vaccinated population, and 773 admissions among the fully vaccinated population.
This shows that the unusual summer third wave of Covid-19 has resulted in 1,342 admissions among the unvaccinated population, and 252 admissions among the partly vaccinated population. But from August 2nd to September 12th the majority of hospital admissions have in fact been among the fully vaccinated population, with a a total of 1,588 admissions being recorded. Meaning the vaccinated population account for 58% of hospital admissions in the last 41 days.
However, when it comes to deaths due to the Delta Covid-19 variant there is no need to disregard the figures from as far back as February 1st when just 0.9% of people in the UK were fully vaccinated and the country was in the middle of the second wave. This is because Public Health England’s 22nd report shows that from February 1st 2021 through to September 12th 2021, 72% of Covid-19 deaths have been among the vaccinated population.
The data certainly shows that the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies feelings are misplaced, and it also suggests that the Covid-19 vaccines are actually increasing the risk of death by a significant amount, rather than reducing the risk by the 95% claimed.