Hospital Overload Due to Vaccinations??? By David Evans. Western Australia is a very telling case, giving us insight into the true rate of vaccine harm, because:
- WA has no covid cases currently, and few cases ever.
- High vaccination rate, around 70%, most of the vaccines administered in last two months.
- WA has being pretty normal during the entire pandemic. The health care system has been operating almost normally, so there can’t be much of a backlog of deferred medical problems.
So, increases in hospitalization rates are presumably due to the recent vaccinations.
Here is Mark McGowan, the leader of Western Australia, last week:
Our hospitals are under enormous pressure. This is the same in [the rest of Australia, which also vaccinated recently and mostly has very few covid cases]. This has been something no one has ever seen before, the growth in demand in our hospitals, why it is is hard, hard to know… There is huge numbers of people coming through the door, so we’re doing everything we can to try to manage it.
1/ In a press conference on October 31st, 2021, Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan revealed the state's hospital system is under extraordinary pressure.
And they don't know why.
(The state has recorded 1,112 Covid cases in total since the beginning of the pandemic). pic.twitter.com/3daGpzQJRs
— Justin Clarke (@justsee) November 4, 2021
No covid, high vaccination rate, overloaded hospitals. Hmmm. Some statistics would be useful at this point, but it sure looks like vaccines are causing significant harm, requiring hospitalization.
The WA public health bureaucrats should make this data public, because the world needs to know what harm is being done by vaccinations. WA’s is one of the few situations that allow empirical data to shed light on this crucial matter.
For instance, what are we to make of list like this, with 17 professional, young, superfit sportsman dropping dead or having major heart problems in the last few months. There have been tens of millions of vaccines administered, so just by chance alone there’d be some problems after vaccination due to other factors. But it seems a lot, more than normal.
hat-tip Stephen Neil