Television presenters and news headlines across the United Kingdom have commonly referred to hospitals being filled with unvaccinated covid19 patients.
As if it could ever be considered evidence of anything, an anonymous “doctor” wrote a piece for The Guardian, which he filled with nameless anecdotal evidence, and emotively headlined:
ICU is full of the unvaccinated — my patience with them is wearing thin
This claim is regularly used as an argument for vaccine mandates, and/or unvaxxed-only lockdowns. …
"The unvaccinated are filling hospital beds, they're in ICUs taking up precious resources – there are hospital waiting lists going up because there are so many unvaccinated people in hospitals"@Ofcom
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— James (@JamesfWells) December 3, 2021
Reality 1: ICUs in the UK are not full:
As of last week, NHS England’s own bed statistics reported that England has 4,330 available critical care beds, of which 894 (21%) are being used by Covid patients, 2608 (60%) non-Covid patients and 828 (19%) were empty.
Reality 2: About one third of covid hospitalizations in the UK are of the unvaccinated:
The actual number is 35.4%
According to the UK’s Health Security Agency data (page 31 of this document) 6639 patients were admitted to hospital “with Covid” in the weeks 44-47 of this year. Of those 6639, 2355 were unvaccinated.
Why is the narrative so insistent on vaccinations, even cutting off the superior anti-viral route?
It’s as if the western bureaucrats are trying to engineer a situation where everyone in the world gets vaccinated every six months. But vaccinated with what, precisely, in the future?
A bureaucracy that can ensure everyone gets vaccinated has a database of everybody. And that can only lead to a social credit score.