Severe COVID-19 ‘Rare’ In Unvaccinated People, Survey Reveals

Severe COVID-19 ‘Rare’ In Unvaccinated People, Survey Reveals. By Luigi Cater.

A survey has found that people who did not get the vaccine had a lower rate of suffering severe COVID-19 amid the pandemic.

The survey … presented data from more than 18,500 respondents from the “Control Group” project with more than 300,000 overall participants. An analysis revealed that compared to those who got jabbed, unvaccinated people reported fewer hospitalizations.

The international survey also found that the unvaccinated people from more than 175 countries were more likely to self-care to prevent and manage COVID-19 infection. They used natural products like vitamin D, vitamin C, zinc, quercetin, and drugs, such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. …

Since the participants were self-selected and self-reported, the survey findings had to be interpreted with care

Older or sicker people are more likely to get the vaccine, so it’s hard to draw conclusions.

But since everyone — vaccinated or unvaccinated — ends about as likely to get covid (Fauci caught covid yesterday, btw) , and the hospitalization and death rates from omicron are down to the level of the ‘flu, you really have to wonder if the vaccines are useful for those under about 70.

The real vaccine against original Wuhan and delta was omicron.

Closing Australia’s borders bought us time, while the usual evolution of respiratory diseases to milder forms occurred. When Australia opened up, delta was ending and omicron was here.

In the meantime, certain vaccine manufacturers made a great deal of money injecting most of the world’s population with dangerous drugs that were not properly tested. Greatest medical scandal ever. They can only pretend that there are no vaccine problems for so long. Refusing to collect statistics, not acknowledging harm, and the usual propaganda techniques just aren’t enough to hide the truth.

There is a groundswell out in the public now. People are working it out. On vaccines, we were had.

hat-tip Stephen Neil