Reported deaths during that time were caused by heart disease, high blood pressure, dementia and many other diseases that are not associated with SARS-CoV-2. Researchers from the University of Warwick said that "the scale of excess non-COVID deaths is large enough for it to be seen as its own pandemic."
Across the globe, the rise of death rates coincide with the vaccine rollout that started in December 2020. Deaths attributed to COVID-19 are consistently higher in areas with high vaccination rates. "We've never seen anything like it," Robert Anderson, CDC's head of mortality statistics, told the Washington Post in mid-February.
The vaccines are not preventing infections, either. Walgreens data shows that during the week of April 19 to 25, only 13 percent of unvaccinated tested positive for COVID-19. In comparison, 23.1 percent of those who received two doses and 26.3 percent of those who received a third dose at least five months ago have tested positive for the disease. (Related: All of the evidence is in: The covid vaccine is a failure.)
Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, former senior program manager at Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, warned the public that vaccine is not the solution to the global pandemic. Vanden Bossche said the coming onslaught of COVID-19 vaccine injuries and deaths could lead to the collapse of the health system.
He stated publicly last year that trying to vaccinate people in the midst of a pandemic is "the worst thing you can do" if stopping the spread of the virus is the main goal. "We need to help them as much as we can because they will need extensive treatment, in many cases," Vanden Bossche said.
The number of fully vaccinated ones requiring hospitalization "is now steadily increasing," he noted. "Whereas more and more, with training of the innate immune system, with more exposure to the virus, more and more non-vaccinated people get protected."
Vanden Bossche concluded: "This will lead inevitably – and I am not a doomsday preacher – but this will inevitably lead to a collapse of our health system. It cannot be otherwise."
A study titled "Rates of COVID-19 Among Unvaccinated Adults With Prior COVID-19," published April 20 on the JAMA Network Open, confirmed that natural immunity provides longer-lasting protection against COVID-19 than the vaccines.
"We found that, before the emergence of the [post-vaccine] omicron variant, natural immunity provided a similar degree of protection against COVID-19 infection as mRNA vaccination," said Dr. Ari Robicsek, the author of the study and the chief medical analytics officer for Providence Health and Services, a not-for-profit Catholic health system.
The research analyzed data from over 120,000 patients tested for SARS-CoV-2 at 1,300 testing sites under the Providence health system between October 1, 2020 to November 1, 2021 and was conducted by a team of expert clinicians and scientists from Providence's research network.
The researchers established that their findings are in line with prior studies investigating natural immunity against COVID-19 reinfection. Previous studies concluded that the protection associated with natural immunity was between 80.5 percent to 100 percent effective at preventing reinfection.
That level of protection is similar to the level of protection supposedly provided by the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. However, the researchers noted that the vaccine-associated protection is only against non-severe forms of COVID-19. Also, this protection has been shown to diminish six months after the jab.
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