UK: Unjabbed people who catch Covid are many times more likely to end up in intensive care — UK

UK: Unjabbed people who catch Covid are many times more likely to end up in intensive care. By Stephen Adams.

Figures from the Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre (ICNARC), which covers units in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, show that between May and November the rate of admission for double-jabbed Covid sufferers in their 60s was just 0.6 cases per 100,000 people per week.

But among people of the same age who remained unvaccinated, the rate was 37.3 per 100,000 per week – equating to a relative risk about 60 times higher.

Among those in their 50s and 70s there was almost a 30-fold difference in average weekly admission rates between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated.

In younger age groups the difference was lower but still marked – unvaccinated people in their 30s and 40s were between ten and 15 times more likely to end up in intensive care with Covid than those who had received their jabs.

I wouldn’t take those statistics as gospel, because the system is pushing hard to make vaccination sound good. See the next post on how certain statistics — like these ones — on covid became voodoo (hint: only test the unvaccinated for covid).

Nonetheless, the vaccines are effective at preventing people from dying of covid and overwhelming the hospitals when the vaccines are in their honeymoon phase. This is why the bureaucrats like them and insist you get vaccinated. But they are not so much interested in your individual health and the adverse effects, as not looking bad because hospitals overflow and voters die.

Long term, our current non-sterilizing vaccines are a poor solution. It requires everyone stay constantly in the honeymoon phase, boosting every three to four months. Meanwhile, vaccinated people harbor and spread the virus. Every vaccinated person is a Petri dish for mutating covid, increasing the risk of a deadlier version.

Marek’s disease started as a flu-like disease in chickens in the 1960s that lowered egg production. So farmers vaccinated their flocks against it, but the vaccine was non-sterilizing — it did not kill the disease, just suppressed the symptoms. Like our first generation covid vaccines. Over time, Marek’s disease mutated into more transmissible and deadlier forms. Now it is 100% fatal, and all chickens have to be vaccinated before they come into contact with it or they die. This scenario is now in play for us.

There has never been a successful vaccine against a corona virus, and natural immunity fades after a few years — which is why we catch them over and over. We need to use anti-virals instead. Btw, there is no successful AIDS vaccine either, but we eventually contained it using cocktails of antivirals.