UK Government Reports Covid-19 Infection Rate Is Higher for Vaccinated than it Is for Unvaccinated

The United Kingdom Security Agency COVID-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report published on October 21, 2021, reveals that “[i]n individuals aged greater than 30, the rate of a positive COVID-19 test is higher in vaccinated individuals compared to unvaccinated.” But that statement from the British Government on page 12 of their report understates the ineffectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccinations. When one looks at the data on page 13 of the of the British Government report one finds that it reveals that over a monitoring period spanning week 38 to week 41 of 2021, the COVID-19 case rate for the vaccinated group over 30 years old was double the case rate for the unvaccinated group. There were 6,039 cases of COVID-19 per 100,000 vaccinated persons over 30 years old, whereas there were only 2,969 cases of COVID-19 per 100,000 for unvaccinated persons over 30 years old. Most of the federal workforce would fall in the over 30 year old age bracket.

And when looking at the total for all age groups, the vaccine surveillance report revealed that there were slightly more COVID-19 cases (6,815) per 100,000 vaccinated persons than there were cases (6,517) per 100,000 unvaccinated persons. The COVID-19 vaccines are, thus, shown to be ineffective. A vaccinated person is just as likely to be infected with COVID-19 as an unvaccinated person.

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