JAB AND DIE: Public Health Scotland data reveals 80 percent of Covid deaths happen to VACCINATED individuals
By Ramon Tomey // Sep 21, 2021

A recent report by Public Health Scotland (PHS) finds that 80 percent of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) fatalities occur in vaccinated individuals. The Sept. 8 report reveals that people partly and fully vaccinated still catch COVID-19 cases even though they are no longer tested for the virus. Critics claim PHS cleverly presents its data to conceal the reality that more COVID-19 cases come from those who get the shot.


The Sept. 8 report breaks down the number of COVID-19 fatalities based on age and vaccination status. However, PHS does not present coronavirus deaths on a weekly basis and instead includes fatalities from Dec. 29, 2020. This gives the impressions that vaccines work in preventing COVID-19 deaths and that most fatalities occur in the vaccinated.

However, comparing the Sept. 8 report and an earlier report by PHS from Aug. 18 paints a different picture. The Aug. 18 report shows that 3,077 unvaccinated individuals, 273 who have received at least one shot and 206 fully vaccinated individuals have died of COVID-19 from Dec. 29, 2020 to Aug. 5, 2021.

Meanwhile, the Sept. 8 report also starts counting from Dec. 29 until Aug. 26, 2020. It shows that 3,102 unvaccinated individuals, 279 partially vaccinated individuals and 298 fully vaccinated individuals who die of COVID-19. At first glance, the figures show that injecting the COVID-19 vaccine reduces the risk of death.

But subtracting the Sept. 8 report's figures from those of its Aug. 18 counterpart reveal that more deaths have occurred in the fully vaccinated. Between Aug. 5 and Aug. 26 – 25 unvaccinated individuals, six partly vaccinated individuals and 92 fully vaccinated individuals die as a result of COVID-19. Putting it into perspective, about 80 percent of people who get the shot die of COVID-19 compared to only 20 percent of those who do not.

Another PHS report from Sept. 1 tracks statistics from Dec. 29 up to Aug. 19. It shows that 3,096 unvaccinated individuals, 277 partly vaccinated individuals and 264 fully vaccinated individuals have passed away from COVID-19. Subtracting these numbers from the ones in the Sept. 8 reveals the same result – that more vaccinated people comprise the disease's fatalities. Between Aug. 19 and Aug. 26, a total of 36 people who get the shot die of COVID-19 compared to only six unvaccinated people.

Vaccines are driving the recent waves of COVID-19 infections

Based on the PHS reports, the COVID-19 vaccines are ineffective in preventing infection or transmission. The figures also clearly show that the shots actually increase the risk of people being hospitalized or dying – contrary to what health authorities claim.

In the U.S., data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show a higher number of daily COVID-19 deaths following the development of a vaccine. National File has examined CDC data from the first 10 days of September 2020 and September 2021. The two periods correspond to the second wave of COVID-19 before vaccines and fourth wave of COVID-19, with mass vaccination occurring in the latter.

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 10, 2020, daily COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. do not go beyond 960. However, data from Sept. 1 to Sept. 10, 2021 show that daily COVID-19 deaths reach as high as 1,860. Based on these findings, the COVID-19 vaccine causes an almost two-fold increase to the risk of dying from the disease it aims to address. (Related: CDC: Fourth wave of COVID – despite vaccines – worse than second wave.)

However, doctors in different countries more effectively describe the vaccines' failure and uptick in COVID-19 cases. One doctor in Israel, a country using the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccine on its population, shares the situation on the ground.

Dr. Kobi Haviv, the director of Herzog Hospital in Israel's capital of Jerusalem, mentions that vaccinated Israelis comprise a huge majority of the COVID-19 patients being treated in the country. He tells Channel 13 News: "I understand that most of the patients are vaccinated, even 'severe' patients. We are opening more and more [COVID-19] wards."

Haviv adds that vaccinated patients comprise 95 percent of the severe cases in hospitals. According to the physician, the breakthrough infections mean the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine is waning – which sets up a possible scenario for booster shots to become necessary. (Related: 95% of severe patients in Israeli hospitals are vaccinated, warns doctor.)

Findings by the Israeli Ministry of Health (MOH) appear to back up Haviv's claims of the COVID-19 vaccine's dwindling effectiveness. The ministry's July 2021 report states that the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine's effectiveness drops to 39 percent against the more infectious B16172 delta variant. It bases its findings on COVID-19 cases recorded from June 20 to July 17, during the delta variant's spread throughout Israel.

In spite of the vaccine's diminished protection, the MOH still insists that it is still 91 percent effective in preventing serious illness among individuals who receive two shots. But Haviv's remarks tell a different story – with fully vaccinated people comprising almost all of the patients in Israeli medical facilities. "Eighty-five to 90 percent of hospitalizations are in fully vaccinated people," he says.

VaccineDeaths.com has more articles about how the COVID-19 vaccine increases the risk of dying from a bout of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

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