(Natural News) The latest surveillance report from New South Wales (NSW) in Australia has shown that people are 37 times more likely to be hospitalized with Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) if they are vaccinated than if they are not.
Attempting to conceal the glaring fact, the NSW Ministry of Health (NSW Health) stated in the respiratory surveillance report summary of the epidemiological week ending July 9 that “COVID-19 vaccines are very effective in preventing the severe impacts of infections with the virus.” It also noted that over 95 percent of people aged 16 and over in NSW have received two doses of the vaccine, while more than 68 percent of the eligible for a third dose have already received it.
“With such high vaccination coverage in the community, a greater proportion of people admitted to hospital or intensive care unit (ICU) with COVID-19 are now vaccinated with two or three doses,” the report added.
The Expose slammed NSW Health for trying to conceal the truth. “It follows, as there is no more severe impact than hospitalization and death, their statement that the experimental injections are ‘very effective in preventing severe impacts’ is also a lie,” the news website pointed out.
Joel Smalley, a pro bono COVID data analyst who examined the report deeper, wrote in his newsletter: “The data doesn’t lie. NSW Health data shows that ‘in the last seven weeks, you are 37 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 if you are vaccinated than if you are not.” (Related: Australia experiencing a pandemic of the fully vaccinated as cases surge among double-jabbed and boosted population.)
The unvaccinated are not dying at a higher rate either. Smalley noted that the risk multiplier is 0.94. “In other words, there is a six percent relative reduction in death in the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated, a far cry from the 95 percent reduction originally claimed due to the fraudulent mis-categorization of the data,” he said.
According to the NSW Health report, 45 were aged-care residents and only six were aged under 65 of the 95 deaths in the last week. All six had a “record of significant underlying health conditions that increase the risk of severe disease from COVID-19,” four were triple-vaccinated and the other two were fully vaccinated.
Australia’s success story headed for a sad ending
Australia was once cited as exemplary in how it dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic. At one point, the country was compared favorably to the U.S. for having similar demographics, but much lower death rates.
Back in 2020, the public lamented that if the U.S. government had the same COVID death rate as Australia, about 900,000 lives would have been saved. Australia’s death rate was only one-tenth of America’s, putting the nation of 25 million people (with around 7,500 deaths) near the top of global rankings in the protection of life against COVID-19.
But now the country’s success story is headed for a sad ending.
Last week, hospitals across the country are reaching record levels as numerous patients are being admitted with COVID-19. The highest number of COVID hospitalizations as of July 14 was recorded in Western Australia, whereas, Queensland is also expected to exceed its January peak in the next days.
In South Australia, admissions are nearing the January omicron peak, while NSW has more than 2,000 COVID patients last week for the first time since February.
All these happened after the vast majority of Australians got vaccinated.
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