COVID-19 mortality in Canada are now outnumbering those seen in earlier waves when there were no COVID-19 vaccinations on the market. However, actual statistics from the Government of Canada indicates that the 70% of the recent COVID deaths in Canada were fully vaccinated population which is responsible for the bulk of these additional deaths — 7 out of every 10 – demonstrating that Canada is experiencing a “Pandemic of the Fully Vaccinated.”
It may or may not astonish you to learn that the Canadian government is attempting to conceal statistics that casts doubt on the efficacy of the experimental COVID-19 shots. Because the Government of Canada is disseminating their official COVID-19 data in a manner that it appears that Canada is in the midst of a “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated.”
The Canadian COVID-19 data provided by the Canadian government (see here).
Their most recent data is accessible as a pdf is shown below.
From page 20 onwards, there is information on COVID-19 instances, hospitalizations, and deaths in Canada from the beginning of the COVID-19 injection program on December 14, 2020, to January 22, 2022.
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The Government of Canada estimates are extremely deceptive due to the time span represented, as they include thousands of cases, hospitalizations, and fatalities that were even when only 0.3 percent of Canada’s population was considered completely vaccinated.
We can, however, look at the figures from past reports courtesy to the generosity of the ‘Way Back Machine.’
From a previously released report, below is a table indicating the number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths between December 14, 2020, and January 15, 2022 —
Now all we have to do is do some simple deduction to figure out all the actual figure of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and fatalities by vaccination status throughout Canada in this year’s record-breaking outbreak of the virus.
Between January 16 and January 22, this year, the number of COVID-19 cases in Canada by vaccination status has been shown in the graph below.
In those seven days, 206,048 instances were reported, including 120,938 cases amongst unvaccinated, 18,474 cases amongst partially vaccinated, and 66,636 cases among the completely vaccinated.
This indicates that between January 16 and January 22, the unvaccinated community contributed to 59 percent of cases, or nearly 6 out of every 10 cases, whereas the vaccinated group accounted for 41 percent.
However, in light of the foregoing, the following statistics on hospitalizations need not corroborate the assertion that COVID-19 injections are up to 95% successful in preventing hospitalisation.
Between January 16 and January 22, the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations across Canada by vaccination status is shown in the graph below.
In aggregate, 4,231 persons were hospitalised with COVID-19 in Canada over the course of seven days, however the vast majority were properly immunized.
There were 1,367 hospitalizations among the unvaccinated, 208 hospitalizations among the partially vaccinated, and 2,656 hospitalizations among the completely vaccinated.
This implies that between January 16 and January 22, the vaccinated population contributed for 68 percent, or roughly 7 out of every 10 COVID-19 hospitalizations, although accounting for only 4 out of every 10 illnesses over the same time period.
The following statistics on deaths also do not support the assertion that COVID-19 shots are up to 95% effective in averting mortality.
Between January 16 and January 22, the following graph depicts the number of COVID-19 deaths in Canada by vaccination status.
In total, 692 individuals died as a result of COVID-19 in those seven days, with the vast majority of them having received their full vaccination.
There were 214 deaths among those who were not vaccinated, 20 deaths among those who were partly vaccinated, and 458 deaths among those who were fully vaccinated.
This means that between January 16 and January 22, the vaccinated population contributed for nearly 7 out of 10 COVID-19 deaths, despite only accounting for 4 out of 10 illnesses.
The number of fatalities reported across Canada in January 2022 provides additional evidence that COVID-19 injections are definitely inadequate.
Like one can see from the graph above, the latest wave is nearly similar in size to the first wave, when no vaccine was available, and has surpassed the size of the second wave, when only 0.3 percent of Canada was fully vaccinated.
This is inexplicable given that the COVID-19 vaccines are said to cut the chance of death by 95%. However, given that the immunized population accounts for 7 out of every 10 hospitalizations and fatalities in Canada, while the unvaccinated population accounts for only 4 out of every 10 instances, it’s apparent that the vaccinations do not lessen the danger of mortality as claimed.
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