Vaccinated persons are more likely to get ‘Covid-19’ than unvaxxed people – much more likely! This staggering new conclusion comes from official UK government figures.

Data released by the ‘UK Health Security Agency’ (see Here) gives a breakdown of covid cases for vaccinated versus unvaccinated persons stratified by age groups: just what we’ve been looking for. The data is for England not the UK, and it covers a four-week period for last September.

Let’s count all of the over-fifty cases. I’m not keen on looking at younger age groups because the disease was always said to be one which afflicts primarily older people (see graph, from last year’s data).

The new data shows that vaccinated persons are 70% more likely to get ‘Covid-19‘ than unvaccinated persons. Let’s take a look at the figures.

The ‘Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report‘ issued by the UK Health and Security Agency has on its page 13 a count of all Covid-19 cases in the four-week period. It separates them into vaxxed and unvaxxed. Its 4th column gives unvaxxed totals while the next three columns count up all the vaxxed. We add up four rows of these columns, from age 50-59 up to ages 80+, and that gives altogether: 8,083 unvaxxed who had ‘Covid-19,’ compared to 122,880 vaxxed who had it. That is twenty-one times more vaxxed than unvaxxed.

We could just leave it there.

Of the over-fifties in England – 21.3 million of them, this year – 90% have taken the jab. I’m rather amazed at this figure! I had though there were more rebels and sceptics around. But no – there seem to be only ten percent of us left.

Doing the maths, I divided the number of cases by the number of people in England over fifty for the two groups, and it comes out that the unvaxxed had 3.7k cases per million while the vaxxed had 6.4k cases per million. The ratio of those two figures gives us the amazing 70% excess of people who have ‘got Covid-19’ amongst vaxxed persons, compared to unvaxxed.

One thing’s for sure – somebody’s got some explaining to do.

Let us hope that the government continues to put out this monthly data with the all-important division between vaxxed and unvaxxed. That division is the most important thing in the world right now, and it will continue to be so through this coming winter.

The Daily Sceptic was not happy about this government data, which it summarised as: ‘infection rates for vaccinated aged 40-79 hit double the rates for the unvaccinated,’ explaining that: “Infection rates are now higher in the double-vaccinated compared to the unvaccinated by 124% in those in their 40s, 103% in those in their 50s and 60s and 101% in those in their 70s.” This could show ‘the large and fast decline in effectiveness against infection.’

Another thing: these weekly data-sets consistently show that FIFTY TIMES more ‘Covid cases’ are DOUBLE_VAXXED compared to cases for single-vaxxed. Should not someone be commenting upon this?

The above data is also discussed here: “Vaccinated Adults Far More Likely To Get Infected. “

Boris chimed in helpfully saying that the vaccine ” doesn’t protect you against infection and doesn’t protect you against passing it on.” Right. So Boris just nullified any argument for vaccine passports.

Note on data: to find the number of people in England vaxxed by age group see here.

These guys have copied my analysis: They remark:
“All of the UK’s 30-and-over vaccinated now endure far higher rates of infection than their unvaccinated counterparts. …
The entire 40-79 vaccinated cohort is deeply negative, now below minus 50%, meaning they suffer more than double the infection rate of their unvaccinated counterparts …
Why should the vaccinated suffer mounting infection rates, while case-rates of the unvaccinated both declined and are lower?
there can be little doubt the vaccinated now constitute by far the greatest Covid transmission risk. “