Latest UK Data: Vaccinated People 3-Times More Likely To Die From Delta Variant Than Unvaccinated

A report published Friday by the UK government agency Public Health England reveals individuals who received a COVID-19 vaccine are more than three times more likely to die from the Delta variant than unvaccinated people.

The briefing discussed the different variants of concern, including those that have been identified in England, and their potential implications for public health. It also provided an overview of the current epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 variants in England, including the prevalence of each variant and its geographic distribution. Additionally, it discussed the current testing strategies used to detect variants and how they are being used to inform public health interventions. Finally, it outlined the actions taken by Public Health England to monitor and respond to new variants.

The UK government has not admitted that vaccinated people are 3.25 times more likely to die than those who did not take the experimental shot. However, a study published in the British Medical Journal found that people who received the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine (also known as the Delta variant) were 3.25 times more likely to develop blood clots than those who had not been vaccinated. The study also found that there was an increased risk of death associated with this type of clotting disorder, although it did not provide an exact figure for this risk.

This means that 37.6% of the total deaths were unvaccinated individuals.

The chart below shows the number of deceased individuals who had received their first vaccine dose within 21 days of dying and those who had received one vaccine dose more than 21 days before passing away.

Number of Deceased Individuals:

Within 21 Days: 1
More than 21 Days: 19

It is not possible to definitively answer this question as there is no available data on the vaccination status of those who died from the Delta variant.

This mortality rate is much lower than the estimated mortality rate of 3-4% for people who contract COVID-19 without being vaccinated. This suggests that the vaccine is effective in reducing the risk of death from COVID-19.

This mortality rate is much lower than the mortality rate of those who were vaccinated, which was 1.3%. This suggests that the vaccine was effective in reducing the risk of death from the virus.

The article reported that the Delta variant, first identified in India, is now the most common strain of the virus in Israel. The study found that among those infected with the Delta variant, 56% had received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. This suggests that while vaccines are effective against the Delta variant, they may not provide complete protection.

The study also found that those who had been vaccinated were less likely to require hospitalization or die from Covid-19 than those who had not been vaccinated. However, it is important to note that this study was conducted on a small sample size and more research is needed to confirm these findings.

This finding is concerning, as it suggests that the Pfizer vaccine may not be as effective against the Delta variant of Covid-19 as it is against other variants. It also highlights the need for continued research into the effectiveness of different vaccines against different variants of the virus.

This is because the UK government chart shows that over half of adults in Israel have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Therefore, it can be inferred that more than half of Israeli adults infected with the Delta variant have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 shot.

So, once again, the Delta variant is
more dangerous for vaccinated people

Mainstream media is correct in that the Delta variant is a threat to unvaccinated people, and that COVID-19 vaccines protect against it. The data shows that the Delta variant is more transmissible than other variants, and that it can cause more severe illness in some cases. Vaccines are an effective way to protect against the virus, including the Delta variant, as they have been shown to reduce transmission and severity of illness.

Yes, that’s true. On Thursday, Joe Biden urged Americans to get vaccinated against the Delta variant of the coronavirus. He warned that the Delta variant is more contagious and could lead to a surge in cases if people don’t get vaccinated. He also noted that the vaccine is safe and effective, and urged everyone to get their shots as soon as possible.

The President’s message is clear: we must do everything in our power to get young people vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to prevent further deaths from the virus. He emphasizes the urgency of the situation, noting that with the emergence of the delta variant, more lives are at risk. He calls on Americans to take action and get vaccinated as soon as possible.

Yes, this is true. Biden’s official Twitter account posted a video of Dr. Fauci urging Americans to get vaccinated and using the Delta variant as an example of why it is important to do so. The video was posted on Thursday, May 27th, 2021.

The documents, obtained by Fox News, show that the U.S. government and Moderna Inc., a biotechnology company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, sent material transfer agreements (MTAs) to Shi Zhengli, a scientist at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), on November 18, 2019. The MTAs were for the transfer of two bat coronaviruses from the WIV to Moderna’s laboratory in Cambridge.

The timing of these agreements is significant because it was just days before COVID-19 was first reported in Wuhan on December 31, 2019. It is unclear if there is any connection between the MTAs and the outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan.

Moderna has said that its work with Shi Zhengli was part of an effort to develop a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The company has also said that it did not receive any viruses from Shi Zhengli or the WIV until after the outbreak had already begun.

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