Daily Expose –
Alleged Covid-19 deaths are on the rise again in the United Kingdom, with both England and Scotland seeing significant rises since the end of June, and we can exclusively reveal that the vast majority of people allegedly dying of Covid-19 had been vaccinated against it.
Public Health Scotland (PHS) have released a weekly report on Covid-19 statistics covering data on testing, vaccinations, hospitalisations and deaths. We’ve been studying the reports by the week and recently told you how the report released on the 23rd June 2021 announced that 5,522 people had died within 28 days of having a Covid-19 vaccine in Scotland.
A few weeks ago we noticed that Public Health Scotland were being very clever with the way they were presenting the data, in what seems to be an attempt to hide a shocking statistic in regards to Covid-19 deaths and the Covid-19 vaccine. Unfortunately for PHS, they weren’t quite clever enough, as their latest report has allowed us to uncover the shocking statistic that they were attempting to hide.
Public Health Scotland have been presenting data on cases, hospitalisations, and deaths by vaccination status. However, we noticed that they were particularly clever in the way they were presenting the data on deaths.
The data on both cases and hospitalisations has been presented with a total for each week within the last 4 weeks prior to the date of the report.
For instance, table 15 of their 28th July report on the number of alleged Covid-19 positive cases is presented as follows –
The above clearly shows that the majority of positive cases of Covid-19 between 26th June and 23rd July have been people who weren’t vaccinated, accounting for 57% of all cases. However, in the most recent week, between 17th July and 23rd July we can see that the tables have turned and those who’ve had the Covid-19 vaccine account for 52% of positive cases.
Table 16 of PHS 28th July report is also presented in the same fashion, showing weekly totals within the past four weeks on the number of Covid-19 related hospital admissions –
The above shows a slightly different story though to what we have seen in terms of confirmed cases. That’s because the majority of hospital admissions have been people who have been vaccinated, accounting for 50.8% of all admissions. What’s interesting about this is the number of admissions against the number of alleged positive cases.
From the 26th June to the 23rd July 2021, PHS claim that 38,067 positive cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in the unvaccinated population. However within the same time frame just 15,485 positive cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in the fully vaccinated population.
However, of the unvaccinated population, 863 people have been hospitalised in the same time frame. Whereas of the fully vaccinated population, 763 people have been hospitalised in the same time frame.
This means that just 2.3% of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the unvaccinated population have resulted in hospitalisation. Whereas 5% of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the fully vaccinated population have resulted in hospitalisation. There is a slight flaw to this analysis in respect of there will be a lag between a confirmed case and hospitalisation, but even so this clearly shows that the jabs are not quite doing what they claim to do “on the tin”.
Public Health Scotland have again been quite clever in how they’ve presented the above data because they’ve tried to reduce the severity of the numbers seen in the vaccinated by displaying the number against how many people have been vaccinated. The same as they have attempted to increase the severity of the numbers seen in the unvaccinated by displaying the number against how many people have not been vaccinated. But those numbers are irrelevant.
That’s because the Covid-19 vaccines do not stop you getting the virus and do not stop you spreading the virus, and that’s a fact. Here’s a snapshot from Public Health England’s latest Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report confirming this fact –
The Covid-19 vaccines were only allegedly proven to reduce the risk of hospitalisation and death, however the methods used to prove this are highly questionable. Therefore to measure the effectiveness of the vaccines in the real world we shouldn’t be looking at how many people have been hospitalised or died due to Covid-19 against the number of people vaccinated or not vaccinated. We should be looking at how many people have been hospitalised or died due to Covid-19 against the number of people allegedly infected with Covid-19 by their vaccination status.