At least half of all Covid-19 patients in hospital and intensive care units in Ireland have been fully vaccinated, new data showed.
A high number of Covid deaths since April have been classified as “breakthrough infections” in fully vaccinated patients.Published:
September 13, 2021, 9:54 am
Health officials confirmed that the majority of Covid-19 cases in Irish hospitals are now vaccinated. According to data from the Health Service Executive, more than a quarter of ICU admissions since July have been “breakthrough infections” in fully vaccinated individuals.
The proportion of vaccinated people requiring hospital treatment has therefore increased with vaccination, rubbishing the notion that the jab protects against severe disease.
The total number of infections has likely been reduced by the sunny weather with cheap and effective vitamin D – as argued by Dr David Grimes at the International COVID-19 Summit in Italy.
‘Low serum vitamin D levels are statistically significantly associated with the risk of Covid-19 infection. Supplementation of vitamin D […] is indicated.”
It also lessens the severity of infections if they occur. However, the number of “breakthrough infections” is directly linked to vaccination.
At the end of August, 54 percent of all Covid-19 patients were fully vaccinated. About 44 percent were not fully vaccinated, suggesting that they may have had one shot. Vaccination status was unknown in 2 percent of the cases.
Also, some 72 percent of all patients who had been in the intensive care unit since the end of June had an underlying disease, but it is not known which of the two groups – the vaccinated or unvaccinated – had been affected by this and it could potentially be further indication of vaccine inefficacy.
There were 193 Covid-19 deaths between April and August. Of the 178 patients whose vaccination status was known, 30 died at least 14 days after receiving the last vaccine dose, the Irish Times reported.
Government officials tried to blame the total number of hospital admissions on increased vaccination. “The increase in the number of vaccinated patients in the hospital is no surprise as more people are being vaccinated,” said Dr. Colm Henry, HSE’s Chief Clinical Officer. But this could also point to the high number of vaccine injuries which is not being discussed.
Israel remains the global champion in “breakthrough infections”. Prof. Rahav told news outlet Israel Hayom: “The mortality from Corona is now unbearable and very high. There are not enough intensive care beds for intubated Corona patients. I’m being called for a lot of consultations and some of the Corona wards in the hospitals don’t know enough to care for intubated patients. Patients who haven’t had a chance of life die because there aren’t enough beds and intensive care staff. I see this in a lot of hospitals. It hurts my heart.”
According to the Wall Street Journal, Israeli vaccination passport holders must have a third dose of the vaccine from Pfizer-BioNTech within six months of their second dose or they will lose the so-called green passport for freedom of movement. And the third jab extends a person’s “vaccinated” status only for six months, not permanently. Therefore, those who received two shots will no longer be counted as vaccinated, which will in turn not show up in the current data of “breakthrough infections”.
Israelnationalnews.com reported that 10 000 new Covid cases were registered as the coefficient of infection rises. Nearly 700 patients were still in serious condition, and the number of deaths spiked to 7 338. The rate of positive tests was now 6,6 percent, yet the disaster playing out in Israel is not reported in the mainstream media.
On Sunday, Prof. Galia Rahav, director of the Infectious Diseases Department and the laboratory at Sheba Hospital, warned that the hospitals were now unable to provide the necessary care.
A graduate of Yale University with a PHD of Princeton University and an MD degree from the John Hopkins University School of Medicine, concluded that natural immunity offers the best protection against Covid-19 and that vaccination does not work. Dr. Nine Pierpont cited three very recent studies, including a study published on the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report on August 6, 2021, as well as a study published by Oxford University on August 10, 2021 and a final study published on August 24, 2021 and funded by the UK Department of Health and Welfare, to show that vaccines do not work.
Only about 25 percent of deaths in Britain are among the unvaccinated and vaccinated people over 40 are more likely to get Covid than the unvaccinated. In Britain, where 80 percent of people over 16 are fully vaccinated, Covid is also out of control.
Source: Free West Media
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