COVID19 Vaccines Efficacy & Effectiveness
Published research in The Lancet on vaccines’ efficacy & effectiveness using absolute risk reduction (ARR)
As opposed to relative risk reduction (RRR) that manufacturers used to arrive at >90% efficacy. RRR is how drug manufacturers “make a mountain out of a molehill” of improvement (they often use ARR for the risk calculation).
RRR is explained by Dr. David Diamond for (statin drugs), at the end of this page.
COVID-19 vaccine efficacy and effectiveness—the elephant (not) in the room
There was never a claim by vaccine manufacturers that their vaccines prevent transmission; they never tested it. The CDC director is stating the same based on real-world experiments; they do not prevent transmission!
Real world observations
We are repeatedly hearing from CDC and the vaccine pushers in media that over 90% of hospitalized or deaths are now among the unvaccinated. Looking at data from various high vaccinated countries and US states, this cannot be further from the truth. There is a lot of manipulations that occur both at data collection and analysis levels, For example:
- Considering hospitalizations before 14 days from 2nd dose vaccine and unvaccinated between the two. May end up in the hospitals due to vaccine adverse or covid they get from the vaccine or the fact that PCR tests can show a positive result for anyone ending up in the hospital as was the case last year; anyone who died, for any reason, but tested positive for covid was considered a covid death.
- Doctors and hospitals are incentivized to do everything to increase their unvaccinated (including children who have always been the target, the best pharma customer base as they have much longer to consume their products).
- PCR threshold was reduced from 34 to 28 as breakthroughs started happening, with less PCR CT value and less positive covid tests.
- CDC directed for the vaccinated, only those with hospitalization and death be reported not a positive test even when symptomatic (which is the only time PCR test should be used).
Even with all that, there are still considerable so-called “breakthrough” hospitalizations reported by the CDC
CDC “breakthrough” data
Vaccine “breakthrough” hospitalizations and deaths as per CDC
Note: CDC stopped counting positive tests for the vaccinated and just considered hospitalizations and deaths for covid in vaccinated, after1st reducing the PCR threshold to 25 for those occurrences (from over 34 throughout 2020; lower threshold, fewer cases):
Recent data from several highly vaccinated states and a high rate of hospitalizations for covid among the vaccinated.
UK: Most UK hospitalizations and deaths in September 2021 were fully vaccinated (14 days after the 2nd dose).
I went to a party with 14 other vaccinated people; 11 of us got COVID
The US most vaccinated states: Top 5 states with the highest increase in Covid cases and their vaccination rates – Oct 2021
76% of September Covid deaths were Fully vaccinated
Virus surge hits New England despite high vaccination rates
There is also the issue of increased cases of COVID after vaccinations, as observed in Israel, one of the first and most vaccinated countries. This also has been observed in the US.
Singapore is almost 90% vaccinated but has double hospitalization and death compared to last year!
Vaccinated spreading the disease
During the short vaccine trials, it was never established that they prevent getting or spreading the virus; now, real-world data shows they do neither. The final argument that vaccines will prevent hospitalization and death is also invalid. The same number of deaths were observed among vaccinated in Israel and the UK.
This is an example of recent observations where same viral load was observed in the vaccinated vs. non-vaccinated. It’s hard to believe that the vaccinated with the same viral load would have any advantage when it comes to severe disease or death.
Massachusetts Data & Vaccinated viral load
What is Relative Risk Reduction (RRR)
“Relative Risk Reduction” is how pharmaceuticals make a mountain out of a molehill of improvement to sell drugs. Here is a good video from David Diamond, Ph.D. in Biology; Professor, University of South Florida Neuroscientist/CVD researcher/Low carb diet advocate @LDLSkeptic explains in the context of statins, cholesterol-lowering drugs:
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