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Triple Vaccinated put the most pressure on the NHS by far over the past 4 weeks according to UKHSA

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The latest data available from the UK Health Security Agency confirms that the triple vaccinated population accounted for the majority of all Covid-19 hospitalisations between 20th Dec 21 and 16th Jan 22, with the double vaccinated population not far behind.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) publish a weekly Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report containing data on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations, and deaths by vaccination status, and the most recent report which was published Thursday 20th January, was the first time UKHSA has included data on the triple vaccinated population without mixing them in with the double vaccinated.

Page 35 of the report contains the statistics on Covid-19 hospitalisations between week 51 of 2021 and week 2 of 2022, and they confirm that the NHS has very much been overwhelmed by the vaccinated population.



According to table 10, between 20th Dec 21 and 16th Jan 22, there were a total of 14,776 people admitted to hospital with Covid-19, and 10,051 of them had received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

However, when we remove under 18’s from the equation, who as we know are mainly admitted to hospital for other causes and subsequently just test positive for Covid-19 due to mandatory testing, the pressure on the NHS caused by the vaccinated population this winter looks even worse.

There were 13,343 people over the age of 18 hospitalised with Covid-19 between 20th Dec 21 and 16th Jan 22, and the vaccinated population accounted for 9,925 of those hospitalisations.

Overall the not-vaccinated population accounted for 32% of all Covid-19 hospitalisations between week 51 and week 2 2022, whilst the vaccinated population accounted for 68%. But when removing under 18’s from the equation we find that the unvaccinated population accounted for 26% of all hospitalisations, and the vaccinated accounted for a worrying 74%.

But it wasn’t the one-dose vaccinated, or even the double vaccinated who accounted for the majority of hospitalisations. It was the triple vaccinated, and even the one-dose and two-dose vaccinated figures combined still equate to less than the total hospitalisations among the triple jabbed.

According to the UKHSA report the not-vaccinated population accounted for 4,725 Covid-19 hospitalisations, the one-dose vaccinated population accounted for 781, the two-dose vaccinated population accounted for 4,127, whilst the three-dose vaccinated population accounted for a worrying 5,143 Covid-19 hospitalisations.

Meanwhile, if we again remove the under 18’s from the equation we find that the figures for the vaccinated are even worse. The not-vaccinated population accounted for 3,418 hospitalisations, the one-dose vaccinated population accounted for 670 hospitalisations, the two-dose vaccination population accounted for 4,116 hospitalisations, whilst the three-dose vaccinated accounted for 5,139 Covid-19 hospitalisations.

In all the not vaccinated population accounted for 32% of all Covid-19 hospitalisations, and 26% of all Covid-19 hospitalsations in the over 18’s. The one-dose vaccinated population accounted for 5% of all Covid-19 hospitalisations, and 5% of all Covid-19 hospitalisations in the over 18’s.

But the two-dose vaccinated population accounted for 28% of all Covid-19 hospitalisations, and 31% of all Covid-19 hospitalisations in the over 18’s. Whilst the triple vaccinated population accounted for 35% of all Covid-19 hospitalisations, and 39% of all Covid-19 hospitalisations in the over 18’s.

This data suggests that the Covid-19 injections are clearly incapable of preventing hospitalisation due to Covid-19, and it also proves that the Covid-19 pressure put on the NHS this winter has been due to the vaccinated population, and mainly the triple vaccinated.


https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/01/22/triple-vaccinated-account-for-most-covid-hospitalisations/

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