To the BBC, this headline was best. “Covid-19 in Wales: A third of positive cases are unvaccinated.” Correctly translated, this means that at least 66% were vaccinated, but wait, there’s more!
In the second paragraph, we learn that “Nearly 13% of hospital patients with confirmed Covid were unvaccinated.” So, 87% were vaccinated.
But wait, there’s more!
Although 80% of patients have been double-dosed with a vaccine, public health officials said this is not evidence that the vaccine is not working – and that vaccines keep 95% of people out of hospital.
One-third of positive cases were not vaccinated, and 13% of the unvaccinated were hospitalized with confirmed cases of COVID. And 80% of the hospitalized patients had both doses. But that doesn’t mean the vaccine does not work.
Jab Juice keeps 95% of people out of the hospital, but 80% of the people with COVID in the hospital were vaccinated.
The BBC just turned water into wine!
But wait, there’s more.
The sheer numbers of people vaccinated – nearly 95% of those over 60 and 84% of those under 60 – mean that statistically, double-vaccinated people will still be a significant proportion of hospital patients.
The vaccine will keep 95% of people out of the hospital, but we’ve seen so many in the hospital because so many of them are vaccinated. And that must explain why two-thirds of COVID-related deaths are among the vaccinated.
The piece also reports that the actual number of hospitalized over 60 are unvaccinated, which undercuts all the other facts in the article, but it must. The goal (beginning with the headline) is to get more people vaccinated even if they still end up sick, in the hospital, or dead.
Because it works!.
I guess the missing component is the definition of “works.”
I can help. Ivermectin works. No hospitalization is required, nor must we suffer ridiculous headlines like the one from the BBC, or – and this matters – the numerous harms attributed to The Jab™.