A pandemic of the vaccinated or Ivermectin ignored?

A pandemic of the vaccinated or Ivermectin ignored? By Justus Hope, MD.

Gibraltar is the most vaccinated place on the planet with more than 99% of its population fully vaccinated … [at] an average of three shots per person. One might expect that they have no COVID-19 cases. After all, the rest of the world is led to believe that the Holy Grail of herd immunity will come once we have sufficiently jabbed enough people with vaccines and boosters.

However, the truth of the matter is much simpler. Attempting to vaccinate into an active pandemic involving a rapidly mutating virus is not working. It does not prevent transmission, nor does it prevent infection. …

While the vaccines were highly protective against the original Wuhan strain of SARS-CoV-2, they are no longer as effective against the Delta variant.

Gibraltar is not alone among highly vaccinated populations exhibiting massive virus surges. …

There are several different approaches to the pandemic around the world. Which ones are working best?

India has eliminated its COVID-19 Pandemic after implementing a national Ivermectin policy in the protocol. As a result, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi have no more problems with pandemic surges.

Over the last 75 days, Delhi has recorded less than 10 COVID-19 deaths. Likewise, Uttar Pradesh, with more than 230 million people, has recorded fewer than 20 COVID deaths in the past 60 days, while the United States, with a roughly similar population, has recorded some 87,300 deaths — more than 4,000 times as many.

India’s only remaining hotspot remains the highly vaccinated state of Kerala, which continues to pay the price. Over the last 30 days alone, Kerala has logged over 10,000 deaths. The main difference between Kerala and the rest of India was its lower use of Ivermectin … With 36 million people, tiny Kerala represents only 2.5% of India’s population of 1.399 billion. However, they have 76% of India’s daily COVID-19 deaths. …

Indonesia adopted Ivermectin and saw their COVID-19 cases drop from 45,000 in July to 347 cases per day in November of 2021 …

Singapore, a nation that enjoys a fully vaccinated percentage of 88.2% as of November 5, 2021, also sees COVID-19 cases moving fast in the wrong direction. Between July 23 and November 20, 2021, Singapore saw their cases rise from 130 to 1931 per day – an increase of 15 fold.

Conclusion:

Ivermectin can make up for the low use of vaccination. However, vaccination cannot make up for the low use of Ivermectin. …

The lesson of Kerala seems hopelessly lost on the world at this time.

Take note, western bureaucrats:

Vaccines are failing to get to herd immunity in country after western country, even when you inject young children with your harmful experimental vaccines. So stop it.