Are COVID vaccines failing? Recent statistics from Scotland seem to tell us so.

When the COVID vaccines were approved as experimental for emergency use one week after the U.S. 2020 election the claim was that they were 05% effective in preventing COVID, a result that seemed too good to be true, since flu vaccines, fully approved were only about 50% effective, even if they had guessed right on the strain of the year. So, vaccines started to be administered at a breathtaking rate. The initial response seemed to be very good. But their evvectiveness vaned ofer time, so a booster seemed necessary, still experimental.

The original claim: If you are vaccinated you will not get COVID. Recent statistics from Scotland seems to indicate otherwise:

Truth: The vaccinated get COVID at a higher rate than the unvaccinated

Claim number two: If people still get COVID after vaccination they will rarely get hospitalized. Recent results from Scotland:

The truth: Hospitalizations are on the increase for immunized people getting COVID. Which leads to

Claim number three: If you are fully vaccinated and still get COVID and still get hospitalized your risk of dying is greatly reduced, Even that is not true according to latest statistics from Scotland.

The truth: With the new Omicron variant people seem to die at the same or higher rate if vaccinated.

In addition there has been over 20,000 deaths occurring after vaccine injections. It is time to halt all COVID vaccinations until a thorough analysis of all vaccine related deaths has been performed. Since the death rate is still less than one in ten thousand the vulnerable should still be allowed to be vaccinated until we have developed a true prophylactic/therapeutic. There are many candidates: Ivermectin, HCQ, Regeneron. Pfizer and Moderna work on what I cal Pfizermectin and Modernactin. They work the same way as Ivermectin but use different acting molecules, more specific for the current strain of COVID, so they may work even better and cost a lot more, so they will be approved quickly.