Record breaking wave of Covid-19 across Australia sees deaths 1700% higher than the start of the Pandemic
The Fully Vaccinated account for 4 in every 5 of them
Australia is currently recording a 7 day average of 72 Covid-19 deaths every day. But during the first wave of Covid-19 to hit the country back in March 2020, the 7 day average equated to no more than 4 deaths per day.
Meanwhile official New South Wales Government figures shows that throughout the whole of March 2022, the vaccinated population accounted for over 4 in every 5 Covid-19 deaths.
So why is it that the 7 day average number of Covid-19 deaths is currently 18 times higher two years on from the beginning of the pandemic?
And why is it that according to official Government figures, the vaccinated population account for 84% of the record breaking number of Covid-19 deaths in Australia?
The difference between now and then?
Back in March 2020 there was no natural immunity, a Covid-19 vaccine did not exist, and the alleged original strain of Covid-19 caused much more severe disease.
But fast forward to March 2022, and we know that some natural immunity exists, and we certainly know that there is now a Covid-19 vaccine because of the discrimination and propaganda associated with it. We also know that the Omicron variant is now dominant and is supposed to cause disease no more severe than the common cold.
So why is the number of Covid-19 deaths occurring in Australia currently at an all time high?
The first wave to hit the country as a whole was actually the least severe wave according to the above data. But then a second wave hit the country in August 2020 which was much more severe than the first. Then deaths fell to virtually zero 3 months before the first Covid-19 injection was administered in the country, and they remained at virtually zero until around August 2021.
The country then experienced a wave of deaths comparable to the August 2020 wave but lasting much longer and never declining to zero. However, we can see it was at least steadily declining up until the point the booster campaign began, and then we can see that all hell broke loose.
The largest wave of deaths to data occurred in January 2022, before falling to levels still higher than any other previous wave, but then dramatically rising again to the present day.
The picture is much the same for the region of New South Wales Australia, however they never experienced the second wave that Australia as a whole did, and the number of deaths now occurring as of April 2022 are even higher than the record breaking Jan/Feb 22 wave that hit the Australian state.
The other difference between New South Wales and the rest of Australia is that deaths did fall to virtually zero just before the Booster roll-out across the state. But then, just like the rest of Australia, all hell broke loose.
Correlation does not necessarily equal causation but the above certainly looks like the Booster may have had the opposite of its intended effect.
The real question is, who is it that’s accounting for these record breaking number of deaths?
The Government of New South Wales, Australia had been producing a weekly Covid-19 Statistical Report, but they then decided to stop publishing it. Why? Probably because how terrible the data was looking for those who have chosen to be vaccinated.
Here’s how the figures added up between 26th Nov 21 and 5th Feb 22 according to the now neglected Government of NSW report –
However, the Government of New South Wales has been revealing the number of deaths by vaccination status in a new daily ‘Covid-19 Statistics’ update, the full list of which can be found here. We’ve also provided links to the 31 reports for the entirety of March 2022 at the end of this article.
In each report the Government of NSW provide a segment like this one taken from the 30th March report –
So we went through the 31 reports for March 22 and tallied up the deaths by vaccination status which were as follows –
The worst day for deaths throughout March came on the 31st March, with 3 deaths among the unvaccinated, 9 deaths among the double vaccinated, and 5 deaths among the triple vaccinated.
Between 1st and 31st March 22, the Government of New South Wales claims 195 people sadly lost their lives. This is 8 times as many deaths as what occurred during the first three months of the pandemic in New South Wales Australia back in 2020.
Of the 195 people to sadly lose their lives in March 22, just 31 were considered not-vaccinated, but even this may not be true because the Government of New South Wales still considers a person unvaccinated within 21 days of actually being injected with a Covid-19 jab.
The highest number of Covid-19 deaths was recorded among the double vaccinated population with 92 deaths, but the triple vaccinated population were not far behind with 67 deaths. Even the quadruple vaccinated population have got in the action with 1 death being recorded.
The following chart shows the percentage of Covid-19 deaths by vaccination status in NSW, Australia between 1st and 31st March 22 –
The no-effective-dose population accounted for 15.8% of those deaths, whilst the partly vaccinated population accounted for 2% of deaths. Meanwhile the double vaccinated population accounted for 47% of those deaths and the triple vaccinated population accounted for 34% of deaths. With just 1 death recorded among the quadruple vaccinated they accounted for just 1% of deaths.
The following chart shows the percentage of Covid-19 deaths between the vaccinated population as a whole and the no-effective-dose population –
In all the no-effective-dose population accounted for 15.8% of all Covid-19 deaths between 1st and 31st March; whilst the vaccinated population accounted for 84.2%, meaning over 4 in every 5 Covid-19 deaths in NSW, Australia are now among the vaccinated population.
There’s no wonder the Government of NSW wanted to make that statistic both hard and tedious to find.
Australians’ have had it hard when it comes to Draconian restrictions in response to this alleged virus. They’ve had to suffer long lockdowns, and have been unable to travel out of their local area. They’ve required permits to go to work, and had to suffer military checkpoints to leave their local area to get to their place of work.
All of this was done under the promise that a Covid-19 vaccine would solve a problem that never was. Deaths were already at zero when it was introduced to the population. But it looks like that unnecessary vaccine may have made matters much worse.
Who can deny that as fact with so many people in Australia succumbing to the pressure and coercion to get vaccinated, and the 7 day average number of Covid-19 deaths currently being 18 times higher than they were two years ago at the beginning of the pandemic?
By The Exposé
Government Data Shows Vaccinated Have Up To SIX Times the Infection Rate of Unvaccinated
The latest government data released by the New Zealand government hammers yet another nail in the coffin of the official narrative.
As the months and years roll by and the officials continue increasing the number of booster shots the average person allegedly requires, it is becoming clear the official narrative surrounding Covid-19 vaccines is being proven incorrect.
While the pro-vaccine liberals running New Zealand decided to suppress the data, it is still available to the public and reading the small print is a very interesting experience.
Basically, New Zealand government data reveals that the vaccinated have up to six times the infection rate with Covid-19 than the unvaccinated.
This is fascinating with respect to Covid because New Zealand’s population has a very high vaccination rate across all age groups, but up until recently there has been negligible natural immunity to Covid.
Because of these two factors, New Zealand was always going to be of interest as soon as Covid arrived properly, if only to see how its vaccination efforts had protected its population.
Per Daily Sceptic: For those who missed it, since the end of last year New Zealand has had a succession of Covid waves. These started small, but in the most recent wave, taking place during February and March, infection rates were enormous – if we had these infection rates in the U.K. we’d have peaked at approximately 350,000 cases per day (rather than around 200,000). What’s more, it looks like New Zealand exceeded its testing capacity during that wave, suggesting that peak infections were probably even higher. It is relevant to note that during February and March, New Zealand had over 90% of all the cases it has ever had and most of the rest occurred in January – prior to 2022 New Zealand reported very few Covid infections.
So much for the Covid vaccines protecting against infection – but what do the data look like in detail?
New Zealand is somewhat helpful in that it does publish daily cases, hospitalizations and deaths by vaccine status; somewhat because it doesn’t allow easy access to anything other than the current day’s report. Thankfully, the Wayback Machine ensures that at least some web pages aren’t forever lost to history. These data were collated for dates since mid February 2022 and smoothed with a seven-day moving average to create a time series of Covid cases by vaccine status.
The first time the above graph popped up on my computer screen I had to go and double check all the data sources – and then I triple checked them. The data shown on the graph are notable for several reasons:
- Firstly the obvious one – during the most recent Covid wave there was a much lower infection rate in the unvaccinated, compared with those that had been given one, two or three doses of vaccine. What’s more, this isn’t a small effect – over the period shown approximately:
- 10% of the triple vaccinated in New Zealand were infected.
- 14% of the single vaccinated were infected.
- An astounding 18% of the double vaccinated were infected.
- Yet only 3% of the unvaccinated appear to have been infected.
- The order of the effect is unexpected – for some time in the U.K. the highest case rates have been found in the triple vaccinated, with case rates in the single and double jabbed much lower. In New Zealand the highest rates are seen in the double vaccinated.
- The data for cases in the double dosed appear to have an earlier peak than seen in the data for the unvaccinated, single jabbed and triple jabbed.
- The fall from peak cases to the most recent data point is also interesting. Case rates in the unvaccinated, single dosed and the double dosed have all fallen approximately 45% since their respective peaks, however, case rates in the triple vaccinated have only fallen approximately 20% since their peak. This is rather concerning, as it suggests that we might find that the boosted population maintain a viral reservoir for Covid, ensuring that case rates take much longer to fall to trivial levels and hindering attempts to get society back to a post-Covid normal.
The infections data from New Zealand allow us to estimate the vaccine effectiveness for the Covid vaccines in the absence of natural immunity.
These data are in contrast to recent data from the U.K., which show one and two doses of vaccine to have a VE of minus-50% to minus-100%, and the booster to have a VE of around minus-300%. While this sounds counterintuitive, it is possible that we’re seeing a complex interplay between a waning of the impact of the vaccine and the impact of additional vaccine doses:
- The U.K. vaccinated early, allowing for the impact of those early vaccine doses to have waned significantly for those choosing not to top-up their ‘protection’.
- The Covid vaccines appear to have a period of approximately two to three months where their impact on the immune system is different than in later periods; this is possibly due to the creation of short-lived IgA (mucosal) antibodies. In the U.K., booster vaccinations were given in autumn 2021, and thus most individuals will have been beyond this period when the Omicron variant’s first wave appeared in December.
In New Zealand, the timescales are very different: those given the booster dose will still be in the two-three month period where short-lived immune responses dominate; those given two doses will be in the proposed period of maximal vaccine negative impact; while those that chose not to accept the offer of a second vaccine dose will be in the period where vaccine effects are waning.
There’s one more point to add for cases in New Zealand, and it relates to the U.K. For months, the UKHSA has been telling us that one possible reason for us seeing far fewer cases in the unvaccinated compared with the vaccinated is because the unvaccinated have natural immunity following high infection rates previously (presumably because the unvaccinated are reckless and didn’t follow lockdown rules – I imagine that they also ride motorcycles too quickly, set off fireworks indoors and play with matches while filling up the car). These data from New Zealand, which at the time had very few individuals previously infected with Covid, show lower case rates in the unvaccinated without any significant levels of natural immunity, contradicting the claim of the UKHSA and eliminating one of its reasons for ignoring the alarming data.
Analysis of the hospitalizations data offered by the New Zealand authorities is made complex by there being no stratification of the hospitalizations by age group, and the lack of complete vaccinations data by age. However, U.K. data show that in recent weeks approximately 95% of hospitalizations were in those aged over 60; assuming that this will also hold true for the New Zealand population allows us to offer a indicative analysis of the likely impact for that age group of the vaccines on hospitalizations in the country.
The analysis is also hindered by the data on vaccine coverage for those aged over 60 not differentiating between those that have had only one dose of vaccine and those that are unvaccinated. This might in isolation from other data appear to be ‘sensible’ – after all, the single dosed have the ‘least protection’ as well as ‘the longest time for protection to wane’. However, the data shown in the previous section suggest that the unvaccinated and those having taken a single dose of vaccine are in no way comparable, and that considering them as a single group could lead to misleading conclusions. Nevertheless, that’s the hand that’s been dealt for us.
The data are somewhat surprising. While those given a booster dose of vaccine seem to have lower levels of hospitalizations than found in the group containing the unvaccinated and those given only one dose of vaccine – as might be expected – the double dosed have significantly higher hospitalization rates.
Also interesting is the trend in the data:
- Hospitalizations in the unvaccinated/single-dosed appear to peak earliest – we have also seen this effect in U.K. data, usually in the form of dire warnings early in each Covid wave that the only people being hospitalized are the unvaccinated, only for the warnings to go quiet later in the Covid wave when the data move in the opposite direction.
- Hospitalizations in those given two doses of vaccine appear to peak towards the end of the period shown.
- Hospitalizations in the boosted population appear to show little signs of slowing down, let alone reducing, over the period in question. Note also that this group saw a fourfold increase over the time period shown, whereas the double dose and single-dose/unvaccinated group both saw a 25% increase, albeit with an intermediate period with higher hospitalization rates.
It was not possible to properly disentangle the hospitalizations data for the unvaccinated, but the data suggest that in aggregate those having taken two or three doses of vaccine (when the two groups are put together) have approximately 45% lower risk of hospitalization than the unvaccinated/single-dosed. It is worth noting that in the U.K. data we see higher hospitalization rates in the single vaccinated in those aged over 60, compared with the unvaccinated. It is possible that the same pattern is found in New Zealand, only ‘covered up’ by the co-mingling of the data. If this is the case then the apparent protection offered by the vaccine in the two or three dose individuals will be somewhat lower than 45%.
The mortality data from New Zealand are also complicated because the health authorities lump together into one group all the unvaccinated and those having taken a single dose of vaccine. Beyond that complication, deaths data can be tricky to analyse, because there are such huge differences in death rates from (or with) Covid by age. Fortunately, the mortality data offered by the New Zealand authorities do include deaths by age group, which allows a finer analysis than was possible with the infections and hospitalizations data.
However, it is possible that New Zealand’s data have a similar pattern to that seen in the U.K. (and elsewhere), where dose effects are complicated by the health of those given each vaccine, namely that those closest to death were spared a dose of vaccine, and thus concentrated deaths into the very small number left in the prior dose group. A comparison of the data for ‘unvaccinated or one dose’ with ‘two or three doses’ suggests that the vaccines do still protect against death, but only to a very low degree in younger age groups.
The data above support the use of vaccination to protect against death from (or with) Covid for those aged over 80. On the other hand, the mortality rate in those aged under 60 is very low, and the estimated vaccine effectiveness in protecting against death for those aged under 80 is only approximately 30% – once again, the real-world vaccine effectiveness estimate is rather low. It is also of note that these rather poor figures for the protection offered by the vaccines against mortality come from a country that started vaccination rather late (summer 2021) and where most of the population were only given their booster doses two to three months ago. These data suggest that the vaccines simply do not offer substantive protection against death for newer Covid variants, rather than it simply being a case of waning vaccine protection.
It is also important to note that the data on the benefits of the vaccine in protecting against death shown above should be treated with caution:
- Data on deaths in the unvaccinated and those given a single dose of vaccine are co-mingled; the New Zealand hospitalisation data suggest that death rates might be greater in the single-jabbed.
- The vaccinated appear to have significant increased risk of catching Covid, which contributes to overall risk of serious disease and death.
- These calculations do not include any consideration of the risk of side-effects and complications following vaccination.
One other aspect of the data coming from New Zealand that is of interest relating to Covid is excess mortality. These data are of interest because New Zealand managed to keep itself more-or-less clear of Covid until the last few months of 2021, and even then case numbers were very low until 2022, with the result that Covid deaths were negligible prior to 2022. With that in mind, its excess death data between the start of 2020 and the end of 2021 are very interesting.
Many countries around the world had a peak in excess deaths in the first quarter of 2020, followed by a significant reduction in deaths into mid 2020. There has been speculation that this pattern was seen because Covid infections in early 2020 killed the most vulnerable, leaving a period in which there were fewer people left to die. However, New Zealand also has this pattern of excess deaths in the first half of 2020 (black data points in the graph above) without Covid infections, suggesting that the reduction in deaths seen in mid 2020 were a result of lockdown. The reason for the excess deaths in New Zealand in the first quarter of 2020 are not at all clear.
Most countries then saw an increase in deaths towards the end of 2020; this has been explained by a resurgence in Covid cases. However, New Zealand saw a similar pattern without Covid infections (red data points). It is possible that this increase was caused by the impact of the reduced healthcare provision during the extreme lockdown – though there are no data to support this supposition. There are reports that the New Zealand healthcare system experienced its busiest summer (January and February) on record with hospitals across the country reaching ‘crisis point’ and several emergency departments at capacity. The cause of this healthcare pressure is unclear, however.
Perhaps the most interesting data in the graph above are seen in 2021. During the first half of 2021 excess deaths slowly reduced from the high seen at the start of 2021 (green data points), perhaps a result of healthcare provision returning to normal. However, around mid-year the trend reversed and excess deaths started to climb again (purple data points). Again, it must be pointed out that there were very few Covid cases in New Zealand at this time, and negligible deaths. Just about the only unusual things occurring in the country at that time were a lack of international travel, restrictions in day-to-day activities for the population and an enormous mass vaccination campaign using novel, under-tested vaccines.
During 2020-2022, there were approximately 2,000 excess deaths in New Zealand, a significant number in a country with a population of five million. We don’t know the proportion that occurred because of lockdown, vaccines or something else; all that we do know is that they weren’t a result of Covid.
Note on data analysis methods. Infection, hospitalisation and mortality data were obtained from the New Zealand Ministry for Health (using Wayback Machine for historical data). Vaccination data were also obtained from the NZ Ministry for Health. Population data were obtained from Stats.govt.nz. Vaccination data were offset by seven days for the infections analysis to account for the Ministry for Health’s definition of vaccine status at infection. An additional seven days offset was applied for hospitalisation, and 14 days for death, to account for the typical timescales of disease progression.
Amanuensis is an ex-academic and senior Government scientist. He blogs at Bartram’s Folly.
Triple-injected 500% more likely to “catch” covid compared to the unvaccinated
Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” effectiveness continues to drop, especially among the triple injected who are now up to five times more likely to become infected with the disease than the unvaccinated.
The latest figures from the UK Health Security Agency show that covid jab effectiveness has dropped to minus-391 percent among triple-jabbed people aged 60-69. For those aged 30-59, covid jab effectiveness is between minus-298 percent and minus-324 percent.
All other age groups saw similar drops in jab effectiveness, the conclusion being that fully jabbed people are somewhere between three and five times more likely than the unvaccinated to test “positive” for the Fauci Flu. (Related: Deaths are skyrocketing in the fully injected.)
Currently, “cases” of the Wuhan Disease are the highest they have been since at least the beginning of the year, the data shows. It is clear from the figures that not only do the jabs not protect against infection, but they actually appear to cause more of it.
“The figures show that the case-rates are highest among the triple vaccinated in all age groups,” reports the Daily Exposé (UK). “But not just by a little bit, instead by a million miles. And the gap between the unvaccinated and triple vaccinated has been getting worse by the month.”
“Therefore, these figures indicate the Covid-19 injections make recipients more likely to be infected with Covid-19 than the unvaccinated population.”
Pfizer’s mRNA injections are nowhere near 95 percent effective: Where did the company come up with this figure?
One of the things the Exposé is really good at is extrapolating the data to read between the lines, which almost always exposes the injections as doing the opposite of what they are claimed to do.
In the case of Pfizer’s mRNA (messenger RNA) injection, it is nowhere close to being 95 percent effective as the company claims, based on the data.
“Vaccine effectiveness was as low as minus-391.43% among 60-69-year-olds in Week 13, falling from minus 114.8% in week 5,” the Exposé explains about how real-world data directly contradicts Pfizer’s efficacy claims.
“The most concerning declines here seem to be among the 60-69-year-olds and 70-79-year-olds because it looks like they have fallen off a cliff between week 9 and week 13. Thankfully the fall among 18-29-year-olds seems to have slowed between week 9 and week 13, but still sits at minus-231.22% after being minus-29.8% in week 5.”
The data is so damning that it makes sense why the UK Health Security Agency stopped publishing weekly figures as of April Fools’ Day in 2022. It busts apart the narrative, and they simply cannot allow that to happen.
“I have had three people I know (fully vaccinated) recently tell me they have new heart issues,” wrote someone who reads the Exposé.
“None of them have even considered to link it to these Covid-19 vaccines? Even my son who is 6 understands the issues and asked me after carefully watching a drug advertisement, ‘Daddy, why does the commercial explain how the drug can kill you?’ Amazing times we live in.”
Over at Natural News, another warned that billions of fully injected people have now become “the seeds for the next plandemic,” as they will more than likely do whatever they are told and roll up their sleeves for even more injections.
“Their aim is to topple governments as they toppled the monarchies,” this person wrote about the seeded. “They truly think that self-governance doesn’t work.”
“Self-governance would work worldwide with a minimal amount of education and hard enough enforcement of serious wrongs early on. Now, though, it would literally take arresting and making them do hard labor every last drug lord, CEO, every politician that has taken money from multi-national corps, almost all the heads of organized religion.”