The RKI is now issuing figures that show how high the proportion of vaccinated people is among patients hospitalized with Covid-19. But even that is only half the story. As is so often the case, the statistics are glossed over.
In the meantime, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) also announces how large the proportion of those vaccinated is among those hospitalized with Covid-19. Whereby certain definitions are used here that have a glossing over effect. Officially, according to the RKI, this proportion is 32.6 percent in the calendar weeks 39-42. In calendar weeks 38-41 it was 30.2 percent, in calendar weeks 37-40 26.8 percent and in calendar weeks 36-39 23.8 percent.
The proportion continues to increase with each week. Because the RKI always adds the three weeks before the current week, the increase is a little distorted. But one thing is clear: if one follows the narrative of those who believe in the vaccine, one can clearly see that the protective effect of the vaccine decreases significantly over time.
But as noted above, these are RKI numbers glossed over. Why? Because, for example, those with only one instead of two vaccine doses were not included. Also, you are only considered “fully vaccinated” 14 days after the second dose. That’s why ScienceFiles published an adjusted presentation with extrapolated data. The result: significantly higher numbers. For the period from week 39-42 this means: instead of 32.6 percent, it is much closer to 36.1 percent. So a lot more than officially stated.
What about the cross-vaccinated?
What is not included in the list (probably also because the relevant data is missing) are the cross-vaccinated. For example, those who used to receive the vaccine from AstraZeneca and then that from Pfizer or Moderna. Either as a second vaccination (after being phased out by AstraZeneca) or as a “booster”. According to information from NTV, cross-vaccinations are not taken into account in Germany with regard to the number of “vaccination breakthroughs”.
In order to be able to make a statement about the rate of vaccination breakthroughs, the number of vaccinations administered is important. Cross-vaccination cannot be taken into account here, as the vaccination breakthrough cannot clearly be traced back to a vaccine.
Even with the (sometimes severe and even fatal) Side effects Cross-vaccinated people are not listed. Why? Because this cannot be assigned to a specific vaccine. The question arises as to whether this is also the case with hospitalizations or those who have been vaccinated. When it comes to glossing over numbers (such as unemployment statistics or the inflation rate), the authorities like to be a little creative. Interesting about this is the (of course advertising for the vaccination) Article from Deutschlandfunk on cross vaccination. On the one hand it is said that the vaccinations are “effective” and “safe”, but on the other hand they will be more common side effects stressed.
Questions remain open
How to turn it, hospitalizations of vaccinated people will increase. Why? The (already mediocre) protective effect of vaccinations decreases dramatically over time. This is also one of the reasons why people are already asking for “Booster Shot Subscriptions”. The “Green Pass” expires every six months and you can get the next vaccination. Without regard to losses.
Long-term side effects such as damaged heart muscles, thrombosis, brain damage, etc. will be despite warnings from doctors ignored. Even if there are now proven and inexpensive methods to effectively treat Covid disease. Because cheap treatments don’t make billions. On the other hand, with chronic diseases due to the side effects. A rogue who thinks evil.