Official data published by the UK Health Security Agency is beginning to look terrible for those who have succumbed to three doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, with statistics showing the triple vaccinated are now up to three times more likely to be infected with Covid-19 than the unvaccinated population.
But a look back at previous statistics shows that this risk is increasing by the week, indicating the Covid-19 injections are damaging the natural immune system, and an analysis of the official UKHSA data strongly suggests most of the triple vaccinated population are just weeks away from developing full blown Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) publishes a weekly Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report that contains figures on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations and deaths by vaccination status.
In their Week 3 – 2022 Report, the UKHSA changed tack and only included Covid-19 case/hospitalisation/death rates per 100k among the triple vaccinated population, after previously including the rates for both the double and triple vaccinated.
As we recently revealed this is clearly because the rates are showing that the double vaccinated are more likely to be infected, more likely to be hospitalised, and more likely to die of Covid-19 than the unvaccinated population, indicating Vaccine-Associated Enhanced Disease or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
However, it has only taken a matter of weeks for the rates among the triple vaccinated to increase drastically compared to the rates among the triple vaccinated population, and analysis shows the triple vaccinated may now develop full blown Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome as soon as March 13th 2022.
The following chart shows the Covid-19 case-rates per 100k population among the triple vaccinated and not-vaccinated in England between 26th Dec 21 and 16th Jan 22. The data has been extracted from Table 12 found on page 38 of the UKHSA Vaccine Surveillance Report – Week 3 – 2022.
Between 26th Dec 21 and 16th Jan 22, it was only triple vaccinated people between the age of 18 and 29 who had a lower case-rate per 100k than the not vaccinated population. However, this would soon change by the end of January 2022.
The following chart shows the Covid-19 case-rates per 100k population among the triple vaccinated and not-vaccinated in England between 9th Jan 22 and 30th Jan 22 The data has been extracted from Table 13 found on page 47 of the UKHSA Vaccine Surveillance Report – Week 5 – 2022.
The Covid-19 case-rate per 100k was highest among every age group in the triple vaccinated population between 9th Jan and 30th Jan 22. But unfortunately, by the time 13th Feb rolled around the gap between the triple vaccinated and unvaccinated had grown even bigger.
The following chart shows the Covid-19 case-rates per 100k population among the triple vaccinated and not-vaccinated in England between 23rd Jan 22 and 13th Feb 22. The data has been extracted from Table 13 found on page 44 of the UKHSA Vaccine Surveillance Report – Week 7 – 2022.
By the middle of February 2022, things were looking terrible for anyone who was triple vaccinated and between the age of 18 and 59, but things weren’t much better for anyone triple vaccinated and between the age of 60 and 80+.
The following chart shows the average Covid-19 case rate among all adults by vaccination status between 26th Dec 21 and 13th Feb 22.
This chart displays beautifully how things have dramatically improved for the unvaccinated over the past 2 months, and how thanks have drastically got worse for the triple vaccinated over the past two months. The case-rate per 100k has fallen drastically in the week 3, week 5 and week 7 UKHSA Vaccine Surveillance Reports, with the largest decrease occurring between week 5 and week 7.
But the case-rate per 100k increased drastically between week 3 and week 5. It did however fall between week 5 and week 7, but unfortunately for the triple vaccinated the fall was nowehere near the drastic fall seen in the unvaccinated population.
Now that we know the case rates per 100k, we can use Pfizer’s vaccine effectiveness formula to calculate the real world effectiveness of the Covid-19 injections after three doses in England.
Unvaccinated Case Rate – Vaccinated Case Rate / Unvaccinated Case Rate x 100
The following chart shows the real world vaccine effectiveness after three doses by age group in England between 26th Dec 21 and 13th Feb 22 –
The only time vaccine effectiveness was shown to be positive among the triple vaccinated was between 26th Dec 21 and 16th Jan 22 among the 18-29 age group. But even then that positive effectiveness only equated to 10.19%. During the same period every other age group was showing a negative vaccine effectiveness, with the lowest recorded among the 60-69 age group at minus-104.69%.
However, between 9th Jan and 30th Jan 22, things shifted and the lowest recorded vaccine effectiveness was among the 40-49 age group at minus-120.28%. The +10.19% positive effectiveness in the 18-29 age group also fell to minus-29.8%.
But things took an even larger turn for the worse between 23rd Jan and 13th Feb 22 with the lowest vaccine effectiveness reaching minus-206.05% among the 40-49 age group, and the vaccine effectiveness fell to minus-120.36% among the 18-29 age group, after being +10.19% just weeks earlier.
However, vaccine effectiveness isn’t really a measure of a vaccine, it is a measure of a vaccine recipients immune system performance compared to the immune system performance of an unvaccinated person.
Vaccines allegedly help develop immunity by imitating an infection. Once the imitation infection induced by the vaccine goes away, the body is left with a supply of “memory” t-cells and antibodies that will remember how to fight that disease in the future.
So, when the authorities state that the effectiveness of the vaccines weaken over time, what they really mean is that the performance of your immune system weakens over time.
Therefore, in regards to the Covid-19 injections –
- A vaccine effectiveness of +50% would mean that the fully vaccinated are 50% more protected against Covid-19 than the unvaccinated. In other words the fully vaccinated have an immune system that is 50% better at tackling Covid-19.
- A vaccine effectiveness of 0% would mean that the fully vaccinated are no more protected against Covid-19 than the unvaccinated, meaning the vaccines are ineffective. In other words the fully vaccinated have an immune system that is equal to that of the unvaccinated at tackling Covid-19.
- But a vaccine effectiveness of -50% would mean that the unvaccinated were 50% more protected against Covid-19 than the fully vaccinated. In other words the immune system performance of the vaccinated is 50% worse than the natural immune system performance of the unvaccinated. Therefore, the Covid-19 vaccines have damaged the immune system.
But to work out immune system performance we have to alter the calculation used to work out vaccine effectiveness slightly and divide our answer by either the largest of the vaccinated or unvaccinated case rate.
Unvaccinated case rate – Vaccinated case rate / largest of the unvaccinated / vaccinated case rate = Immune System Performance
The following chart shows the immune system performance of the triple vaccinated population in England between 26th Dec 21 and 13th Feb 22 –
The lowest immune system performance is among the 40-49 year olds at minus-67.33%, whilst the highest immune system performance is among 80+ at minus-34.41%.
If immune system performance was to hit minus-100% then this would be indicative of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, but as it stands the majority of the triple vaccinated population are down to the last 35-40% of their immune system capability that protects them against viruses, bacteria and certain cancers.
But, as we show in the following chart, it is not going to take long for the majority of the triple vaccinated to surpass the minus-100% barrier and develop full blown Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, with current projections showing this could occur as soon as March 13th.
Projections show that everyone between the age of 18 and 39 who has had three doses of a Covid-19 vaccine could surpass the minus-100% barrier indicating AIDS by the end of February 2022, whilst everyone between the age of 40 and 59, and 70 and 79 could have surpassed the minus-100% barrier indicating AIDS by 13th March 22.
The only age groups who are projected to have not yet developed AIDS by the 13th march are the 80+ and 60-69 year-olds. But projections show 60-69-year-olds will still be just a couple of weeks away from having developed AIDS, whilst the 80+ will perhaps have to wait until the middle of April.
The figures for the 80+ could be slightly skewed however, due to this age group suffering the most deaths due to statistically being more likely to die. This would therefore skew the population size and therefore skew the data.
AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is the name used to describe a number of potentially life-threatening infections and illnesses that happen when your immune system has been severely damaged.
People with acquired immune deficiency syndrome are at an increased risk for developing certain cancers and for infections that usually occur only in individuals with a weak immune system.
Unfortunately, UKHSA data shows that triple vaccinated Brits are just weeks away from developing Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, (AIDS) or a novel condition with similar attributes that can only be described as Covid-19 Vaccine Induced Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (VAIDS).