The latest highly revealing marker of COVID ‘vaccine’ failure comes courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The CDC has created a page titled “COVID-19 Travel Recommendations by Destination.” The page features 5 levels, with Level 1 being “Low Risk” and 4 being “Very High Risk” (the remaining level is for “Unknown” risk).
Under its “Level 4: COVID-19 Very High” heading, the CDC warns: “Avoid travel to these destinations. If you must travel to these destinations, make sure you are fully vaccinated before travel.”
Interestingly, under its “Level 3: COVID-19 High” heading, the CDC also admonishes people to “Make sure you are fully vaccinated before traveling to these destinations. Unvaccinated travelers should avoid nonessential travel to these destinations.”
Which is a rather curious recommendation, given that both categories are dominated by the world’s most heavily ‘vaccinated’ countries.
More ‘Vaccination’ = More COVID-19
As of this writing, the CDC lists 77 countries in its Level 4 category. ‘Vaccination’ data is unavailable at OurWorldinData.org for 11 of these countries (Burma, Easter Island, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Guam, Martinique, Puerto Rico, Réunion, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Martin, Virgin Islands (US)).
Of the 66 countries for which data is available, 27 have very high ‘vaccination’ rates – all well above 100 ‘vaccinations’ per 100 people. These are:
Andorra (120.78), Argentina (101.52), Aruba (140.37), British Virgin Islands (105.94), Cuba (137.19), Curaçao (111.71), Cyprus (125.83), France (134.47), Greece (112.49), Iceland (155.93), Ireland (140.25), Isle of Man (150.57), Israel (163.42), Jersey (148.16), Malaysia (115.94), Maldives (127.83), Mongolia (130.84), Panama (109.99), Portugal (150.23), Saudi Arabia (110.82), Seychelles (211.64), Sint Maarten (111.73), Spain (145.91), Sri Lanka (109.21), Switzerland (112.84), Turkey (118.82), United Kingdom (135.14),
Another eight Level 4 countries have ‘vaccination’ rates above the world average (71.92). These are:
Azerbaijan (73.29), Brazil (97.34), Brunei (82.71), Costa Rica (89.13), Estonia (98.53), Fiji (95.93), French Polynesia (91.06), Morocco (97.13).
So of the 66 countries in Level 4 for which ‘vaccination’ data is readily available, over half (35) have high ‘vaccination’ rates.
It’s a similar story for Level 3, but for reasons of time and space I won’t do a separate breakdown (those who want to go ahead and check the Level 3 figures can access the CDC’s travel page here and Our World in Data ‘vaccination’ figures here).
Authorities and the mainstream media have told us ad nauseum the ‘vaccines’ have been proven Safe and Effective!™, with efficacy figures of up to 95% bandied around as if they are long-established fact. If this were all true, then heavily ‘vaccinated’ countries should be safe havens from COVID-19. They should experience exceedingly low rates of infection, and be able to establish travel ‘bubbles’ with each other allowing their heavily ‘vaccinated’ subjects to travel freely.
The exact opposite has happened. The world’s most heavily ‘vaccinated’ countries are the same ones reporting the most dramatic resurgence of COVID-19. And far from leading a return to normality in international travel, these nations are increasingly the subject of travel restrictions and bans by other countries.
Uncle Sam Wants You … to Go Back to Where You Came From
In addition to travel warnings by US authorities, those travelling from many heavily ‘vaccinated countries are currently restricted from entering the US. According to the CDC, these areas include the entire (and heavily ‘vaccinated’) European Schengen zone (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City), the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland), Republic of Ireland and Brazil.
No matter how many booster shots you’ve had, if you’re travelling from one of these areas then, with few exceptions, Uncle Sam doesn’t want you.
Low Vaccination and Low COVID-19
There are a number of curious anomalies in the CDC’s list. Among the Level 4 countries are Papua New Guinea (population 9,156,851) and South Sudan (11,349,955), both of which have very low ‘vaccination’ rates. Papua New Guinea’s COVID ‘vaccination’ rate is only 1.47 per 100 people, while South Sudan’s rate is an extremely low 0.53 per 100. While there are indeed issues in those countries of concern to travelers, COVID-19 infection is not one of them. WHO data shows low overall and current case and death counts in both countries.
If you’re concerned about catching COVID-19, despite its very low infection fatality rate of only 0.15%, then you’d be better off avoiding countries with far higher ‘vaccination’ rates. In contrast, if you are more concerned with being bailed up at gunpoint and robbed, raped, kidnapped or shot, as opposed to catching a hysterically hyped but nonetheless weak flu virus, then you’d probably find Andorra or Portugal more to your liking.
Of South Sudan, the US Department of State warns travelers should avoid the country due to “COVID-19, crime, kidnapping, and armed conflict.” It also notes the CDC “has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for South Sudan due to COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 in the country.” Which, as we have just seen, is nonsense. The DOS then absurdly adds, “Your risk of contracting COVID-19 and developing severe symptoms may be lower if you are fully vaccinated with an FDA authorized vaccine.”
For Papua New Guinea, the DOS warns “Violent crime, including sexual assault, carjackings, home invasions, kidnappings, and armed robberies, is common.” It again notes the CDC “has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for Papua New Guinea for COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 in the country.” Again, without any hint of irony, it adds “Your risk of contracting COVID-19 and developing severe symptoms may be lower if you are fully vaccinated with an FDA authorized vaccine.”
If you visit South Sudan or Papua New Guinea, COVID-19 will be the least of your worries. Did the CDC include these and other countries with low-to-moderate levels of ‘vaccination’ and COVID-19 simply to pad out their Level 4 list? After all, it’s not exactly a sterling endorsement of ‘vaccination’ when the world’s most heavily ‘vaccinated’ countries are experiencing runaway case numbers.
Nor does this inspire confidence in the constant carrot-on-a-stick proclamations that, once we all get the clot shot, we can begin to move around and travel freely once more. When the world’s most heavily ‘vaccinated’ countries feature on the CDC’s “do not visit” list and the Presidential incoming travel ban, it is safe to say those proclamations are pure garbage.
Before I close off, I’ll present one more example, this time from the CDC’s “COVID-19 Unknown” category: Gibraltar.
A mere 6.7 km2 in size and home to a population of less than 34,000 people, Gibraltar is a tiny country. But it has a big ‘vaccination’ rate, and currently holds the title as the world’s most heavily jabbed country. With a ‘vaccination’ rate of 234.56 per 100 people, it seems Gibraltar got a head start on the whole ‘booster shot’ charade. The WHO chart below shows COVID-19 cases peaked in the country the week beginning 4 January 2021. The ‘vaccination’ rollout began on 10 January 2021. The decline that appears to have begun before mass ‘vaccination’ kicked off continued through mid-February, which was then followed by a plateau of low case and death numbers.
Then something bizarre happened. In June – the start of the Northern Hemisphere summer, when natural immunity should be rising instead of falling – case numbers started to rise again. And by August, when protective vitamin D levels should have been nearing their annual peak thanks to sunlight exposure, COVID-19 deaths began to surface again in the world’s most ‘vaccinated’ country.
Why the CDC has ignored Gibraltar and instead placed low-vaxxx/low-COVID countries like Papua New Guinea and South Sudan on its COVID travel ban list, it doesn’t explain.
COVID ‘Vaccines’ Have Never Been Effective: Not Then, Not Now
The COVID ‘vaccines’ (in reality a motley mix of viral vector and mRNA drugs) are not vaccines and they do not protect against anything. They are a monumental fraud, and are quickly amassing unprecedented rates of adverse event and death reports.
Even the highly suspicious drug company-sponsored clinical trials for these Bizarro World drugs completely failed to find any meaningful absolute risk reduction in COVID cases, and zero reduction in deaths. In fact, the most recent Pfizer-BioNTech trial data revealed a higher death rate in the ‘vaccine’ group.
In order to keep propping up the ‘vaccination’ façade, authorities have invented a new tale that revolves around the so-called Delta variant. The Delta variant, we are incessantly told, is a super-sneaky, super-virulent, super-deadly new form of COVID-19. It’s so sneaky, that the ‘vaccines’ are struggling to maintain their formerly magnificent efficacy. As a result, regular booster shots will be necessary.
Yes, turning yourself into a human pin cushion sounds like a drag, but it’s a small price to pay for protection against a largely asymptomatic virus, right?
Seriously, how can so many people fall for this utter nonsense?
For starters, if the first two shots of a ‘vaccine’ don’t work against a virus or its variants, what’s to say the next 58 will?
As for transmissibility, the CDC writes “The Delta variant is highly contagious, more than 2x as contagious as previous variants.”
The first logical response to this statement is, “So …?”
Even the Gates-funded GAVI Vaccine Alliance acknowledges it is common for viruses to become more transmissible but less deadly as they evolve. It even gives historical examples, “such as the H1N1 influenza viruses responsible for the 1918 ‘Spanish flu’ and 2009 ‘swine flu’ pandemics, and the myxoma virus that causes myxomatosis in rabbits. OC43, a human coronavirus that causes the common cold, is also believed to have started out as a more deadly coronavirus; it may have been responsible for a pandemic that began in 1890, which killed more than a million people worldwide.”
If the Delta variant somehow bucked this historical trend, then it would indeed be cause for concern. But that’s not the case – the alleged increased transmissibility of the Delta variant is not accompanied by significant lethality.
The most recent of the UK Government’s “Variants of Concern” technical briefings finds a case fatality rate of 0.4%. The death rate associated with Delta in under 50s is so low (154 of 420,689 cases), it is listed as 0%. In those 50 and over, the death rate is 2.3%. It must be borne in mind that these are case fatality rates, which will always be far higher than the overall infection fatality rate. IFR encompasses deaths among everyone infected with a virus, most of whom will never seek medical attention and many of whom will be asymptomatic. CFR encompasses only those deaths seen among people presenting for medical attention; when they present for medical attention, they become “cases.”
Even using the CFR metric, the Delta variant is still one of the less deadly variants. According to the 3 September 2021 briefing, the previous dominant strain – the so-called Alpha or Kent variant – has a case fatality rate of 1.1%. This is almost three times the CFR of Delta, fully in line with expectations that as the virus evolves to become more transmissible, it becomes less deadly.
*Graphs for Papua New Guinea, South Sudan and Gibraltar sourced from https://covid19.who.int/
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