Two-thirds of people who died with Delta variant in the United Kingdom had previously been inoculated with at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a new technical report released by Public Health England dated Aug. 6.
The report—which focused on ten Covid variants and four variants of concern in England—reported that out of a total of 300,110 cases of the Delta variant, there were 742 deaths. Of this total, 481 or 65% of the deaths were vaccinated against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus or COVID-19.
As can be seen in the report, 402 of the deceased persons had received the full course of the vaccine, i.e., both doses, while 10 had received a dose less than 21 days ago and 69 had received a dose more than 21 days ago.
Meanwhile, 253 of the total of 742 people who died had not been vaccinated against the CCP virus.
Also, the report indicates that positive and negative PCR test cases are routinely “similar between unvaccinated and vaccinated individuals.”
The United Kingdom is not the only country that has experienced an increase in infections and deaths among those who have received the CCP virus vaccine, as Israel reported a similar pattern, according to Life Site News.
According to the Science portal, as of Aug. 15, 514 Israelis were hospitalized with severe or critical COVID-19, a 31% increase from just four days earlier. Of the 514, 59% were fully vaccinated. Of those vaccinated, 87% were aged 60 years or older.
“There are so many breakthrough infections that they dominate and most of the hospitalized patients are actually vaccinated,” says Uri Shalit, a bioinformatician at the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) who has consulted on COVID-19 for the government. “One of the big stories from Israel [is]: ‘Vaccines work, but not well enough.’”
Despite the data, the United Kingdom is ready to implement booster shots. Meanwhile, Israel has already begun administering boosters. Canada is making them available to those considered “high risk,” and the United States has unveiled plans to administer the booster vaccine to as many as possible.
Is it possible that vaccines increase infections?
Dr. Joseph Mercola, an award-winning physician writing for The Defender, explained that those vaccinated against the CCP virus “serve as a breeding ground for mutations” and that the vaccines drive the viruses to mutate into more dangerous strains.
“Viruses mutate all the time,” Mercola said, “and if you have a vaccine that doesn’t block infection completely, then the virus will mutate to evade the immune response within that person.” As a result, vaccines propel viruses to mutate into more dangerous strains.
One distinct feature of the COVID shot is that “they’re not designed to block infection. They allow infection to occur and at best lessen the symptoms of that infection,” Mercola stated. “If SARS-CoV-2 does end up mutating into more lethal strains, then mass vaccination is the most likely driver.”
For his part, French virologist and Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier said in a May interview that mass vaccination programs for COVID might actually be causing SARS-CoV-2 mutations such as the Delta variant and thus prolonging the pandemic.
Montagnier explained that in every country that undertakes a mass vaccination campaign, “the vaccination curve is followed by the death curve.”
This August, he made new declarations. According to the expert, these vaccines carry a part of the virus RNA encoding its peak protein, which allows it to bind to target cells. Montagnier explained that the manufacturers of these vaccines naively believed that the injected organisms would generate a strong antibody response by neutralizing this surface protein and thus prevent transmission of the virus.
However, according to Montagnier, the facts contradict this hope: vaccines do not prevent person-to-person transmission of the virus, and the vaccinated are as much transmitters as the unvaccinated.
Therefore, according to him, hope for a “collective immunity” by increasing the number of vaccinated is an unfounded hope.
According to Montagnier, the explanation is that the high mutation capacity of the virus—linked to its high transmissibility—allows the selection of vaccine-resistant variants.
The Nobel Laureate explains that it is a race in which the virus will always have an advantage, so he recommends abandoning and rejecting compulsory vaccination.
Meanwhile, government agencies are increasingly pushing for the vaccination of the entire population, almost as the only way to combat the CCP virus.
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