To be fair, no one could have predicted something like this.
The newspaper Svenska Dagbladet highlighted that in fact it was a majority of fully vaccinated who died from Covid-19 between 1-24 September. Of those who died, seven out of ten were fully vaccinated. The median age among the fully vaccinated deceased is 86 years.
Despite this, researchers still believe that vaccination provides protection against serious illness and death, but that this protection only exists for a short period. Therefore, fully vaccinated people are encouraged to remain very cautious.
“Fully vaccinated generally have good protection, but this means that you should continue to be thoughtful this autumn,” said Farshid Jalalvand, researcher in clinical microbiology at Lund University.
He told Svenska Dagbladet that there were “several explanations” for the high number of fully vaccinated people dying from SARS-CoV-2. “The main reasons are probably that it has now been quite a long time since the oldest were vaccinated, that vaccine coverage has increased, that restrictions have been eased and that the delta variant has taken over.”
The newspaper interviewed several fully vaccinated elderly people who are now disappointed to find that life is not going to return to normal, despite having had two injections. According to a British preprint study, the protective effect of these shots seem to decrease after only three months.
For 81-year-old Mona Serenius, the future as a vaccinated person does not feel as positive as she had expected. Because she has followed the news reporting closely, she said she had heard about recent reports that the vaccine against Covid-19 does not provide the long-term protection that many had hoped for.
According to the Swedish Public Health Agency, some 84,2 percent of the population over the age of 16 have received at least one jab.
LifeSite news also reported on failing vaccine efficacy in the US. A similar study from Humetrix for the Department of Defense’s Project Salus analyzing Medicare data has revealed that “fully vaccinated” Medicare patients currently made up an estimated 60 percent of hospitalizations.
Project Salus is an AI-based data-mining program run by the US Department of Defense (DOD), involving a huge data sample of 5,6 million Medicare beneficiaries, 80 percent of whom were over 65 years old.
The solution here is obvious: more vaccines.
We need boosters, at least weekly, maybe even daily.
Probably, we’re going to need a plan where people get a booster both before and after every meal.
We’re going to have to work with McDonald’s to ensure that people can get their daily boosters in the drive-thru.
McDonald’s has been a big backer of vaccination drives, showing yet again that they are a company that really cares about people’s health.
The fact that vaccines don’t work is like in our previous religion of Christianity when the prophet Job was tested by God.
When the vaccines don’t work, that is just The Science testing you, to ensure that you believe in it hard enough.