Pandemic of the Vaccinated

This is a global problem, why are other health ministries keeping this hidden?

Weekly Data from New South Wales Proves that Vaccine is Ineffective Against COVID – 86% of Deaths and 80% of Hospitalizations were Vaccinated

We were told the experimental COVID vaccines were going to “stop the spread” and “prevent death and hospitalization.”

The New South Wales government website released its daily Covid update. Based on its daily report, most of the people who died with COVID-19 were vaccinated.

Australia is famous for its totalitarian COVID restrictions and vaccine mandates. The Deputy Premier of NSW boldly declared that even businesses that accept unvaccinated people would be subject to exceptionally heavy fines back in 2021.

Earlier this year, The Gateway Pundit reported that most of the people who died with COVID-19 in January 2022 were at least double vaccinated.

According to New South Wales‘ epidemiological weeks 51 and 52, ending December 31, 2022, 86% of the deaths and 80% of hospitalizations were vaccinated.

Only 6% of the death rate is unvaccinated, and zero hospitalization.

A total of 1,415 Covid vaccine recipients and 364 individuals whose status was unknown required hospitalization.

A total of 105 Covid vaccine recipients and 35 individuals with unknown status were admitted to the ICU.

A total of  82 Covid vaccine recipients died from Covid, and 7 with unknown status.

This is just the latest evidence that experimental vaccines don’t stop the spread and save someone from death and the public health bureaucracy fully knew it and the dangers of these experimental vaccines but pushed them out to the world anyways.

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