WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made it clear at a press conference on Wednesday that the vaccine would be effective is overrated and that vaccinated people feel in a false sense of security.
He explained that, according to the “data”, the transmission of Covid-19 through the vaccines has only been reduced by only 40% since the delta variant appeared. Where the data come from that the transmission is significantly reduced by the vaccination remains open: New data show that vaccinated and unvaccinated people are infectious to the same extent (and for the same length of time), and the narrative of the less “dangerous” vaccinated people accordingly collapses more and more more. Either way, the WHO chief calls on people to continue to adhere to the protective measures imposed, regardless of their vaccination status. He noted:
We are concerned about the false sense of security that the vaccines have ended the pandemic and that vaccinated people do not need to take any further precautions.
In doing so, he gives militant vaccination advocates who believe that compulsory vaccination of the entire population would magically eradicate Covid-19 and prevent further lockdowns, a clear rejection.
The discrimination of the unvaccinated is therefore virtually devoid of any basis. The same was recently stated in an article published on November 20 in the renowned science magazine The Lancet with the title “Covid-19: Stigmatizing the unvaccinated is not justified” (Original: “Covid-19: stigmatising the unvaccinated is not justified”).
At the same time, the claim that vaccination protects against severe disease can be questioned: There are no reliable data for this, as doctors repeatedly criticize (see, for example here or here).