Israel has one of the most COVID-19 vaccinated populations in the world. About 60% of the nation’s entire population of 9.3 million has received at least one vaccine dose, reported Reuters. Among adults, about 85% have been vaccinated, which means that Israel’s vaccinated community is five times larger than its unvaccinated community.
Israel recently rolled out a fourth COVID vax – see CNN story here, Dec. 21, 2021.
There is now Israel data for Jan. 2022. When checking out the data presented below, you will find that this vaccine urgency is not working as well as the experts hoped. Macau Business, part of the Xinhua agency, stated Jan. 23, 2022 that “The number of active cases in Israel reached a new record of 442,229, while the positive rate of all daily COVID-19 tests in Israel hit a record of 20.61 percent."
But not to worry. The FIFTH and SIXTH COVID booster shots will fix everything… right?
"Vermont is the most vaccinated state in America: 91% of all people aged 12 years and older are at least partially vaccinated. Vermont now has one of the highest infection rates in the country: daily cases are more than 300% higher than in November 2020.”
Waterford, Ireland as of Oct. 13, 2021 was having a massive Covid outbreak, per the Irish Times here. The city has 99.7% of its adults vaccinated with 747 cases per 100,000 people in the past two weeksas of Oct. 13.
Doesn’t it make you wonder why vaccine mandates are still being mandated as the only preventive measure around, when a growing number consider the shots anti-science and dangerous?
Meanwhile, ivermectin and HCQ, which have proven effective in treating Covid, are being banned from use in hospitals, while doctors that prescribe them are being threatened with the loss of their licenses.
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