The largest COVID-19 lie right now is the “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated.”
It’s complete nonsense.
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I’d like to compare Israel and Palestine to put this falsehood to the test.
Two countries with a similar climate and populations that are connected.
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Ignore any political or socioeconomic differences that exist between Israel and Palestine.
I’m only concerned about the experimental COVID-19 vaccine’s rollouts.
Let’s look at the percentage of people that are fully vaccinated:
Israel: 59.7% of the population (about 8.8 million people) is completely immunized.
Palestine: 9.1% of the population (about 5.2 million people) is fully immunized.
According to the “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated” idea, more COVID-19 cases and deaths should occur in Palestine.
Let’s make a comparison:
Jewish Israelis are heavily vaccinated, while Palestinians are not
Covid cases are increasing for Jewish Israelis, but not for Palestinians
What's going on? pic.twitter.com/gzDbsEVodu
— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) August 10, 2021
Despite the fact that the populations are linked, highly vaccinated Israelis are seeing a substantial increase in instances.
In addition, the number of cases among Palestinians who are predominantly unvaccinated is steadily decreasing.
If you read the replies on this thread, the left is officially trying to justify vaccines AND increasing case count, instead of wondering why people without the vaccine aren’t passing the virus….
Same people who want you carry a vaccine card, soon they’ll want you microchipped
— Austin Silver (@austinsilverfx) August 11, 2021
On the basis of COVID-19 deaths and cases per capita, here’s how Israel and Palestine compare.
These figures come from Worldometer at the time of writing.
Deaths in COVID-19:
There is no statistically significant difference.
Cases from COVID-19:
Israel is ranked 25th.
Palestine is 70 years old.
In comparison to Palestine, Israel has much more COVID-19 instances per capita.
This could be the outcome of increased testing and the discovery of more instances.
But wouldn’t Palestinians become sick more frequently and require more testing if this was a “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated”?
Israel probably has a more proactive testing regime.
— Outsider Insight (Neil G) (@outsider63) August 8, 2021
85% to 90% of the hospitalized are fully vaccinated and 95% of the severe patients are vaccinated. Mathematically, if the vaccines are 90% risk reduction and you have 90% vaccination rate like they do in Israel, rate should be 47%. thanks @VaccineTruth2 https://t.co/zUqPTHhhUM
— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) August 7, 2021
Israel: “95% of the severe patients are vaccinated".
A VERY disturbing trend that is growing.
"“95% of the severe patients are vaccinated”.
“85-90% of the hospitalizations are in Fully vaccinated people.”https://t.co/sGWksUSlAE
— judy morris (@judymorris3) August 7, 2021
#Israel Dr.Kobi Haviv, Herzog Hospital,Jerusalem “ 95% of the severe patients are vaccinated “ “ 85-90% of the hospitalizations are in fully vaccinated people” “ We are opening more and more Covid wards “ “ The effectiveness of the vaccine is fading out” pic.twitter.com/Hj4SHPzMd9
— Nicole Elisei (@EliseiNicole) August 9, 2021
According to the Epoch Times:
An Israeli doctor says that the majority of COVID-19 patients hospitalized at his hospital are fully vaccinated and those with severe illness have also been vaccinated.
Talking with Channel 13 TV News on Aug. 5, Dr. Kobi Haviv, medical director of Herzog Hospital in Jerusalem said that “85 to 90 percent of the hospitalizations are in fully vaccinated people,” and “95 percent of the severe patients are vaccinated.” Herzog Hospital specializes in nursing care for the elderly.
Haviv said the rising cases of vaccinated people getting COVID-19, a disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus is because “the effectiveness of the vaccine is waning.”
Data from the Israeli Minister of Health in July suggested that the effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine in preventing infection and symptomatic illness had dropped from 90 percent to only 39 percent and 41 percent, respectively. However, the levels of protection against severe illness (88 percent) and hospitalization (91.4 percent) remained high.
The Pfizer vaccine has been the only COVID-19 vaccine available for Israelis since it was authorized for use in December 2020. However, the government announced last month that the Moderna vaccine would be offered in August to certain people while the Pfizer vaccine would be reserved for those under 18 years.
“Pfizer and BioNTech are driven by science to discover the best approaches to protect against COVID-19 and are confident in the protection and safety of the two-dose BNT162b2 COVID-19 vaccine,” Pfizer told The Epoch Times via email. “The vaccine continues to be highly efficacious in preventing COVID-19, including variants and to date, no variant, including Delta, appears to have escaped the protection of the vaccine.”
The vaccine manufacturer said it expects to “publish more definitive data about the analysis [for a third vaccine dose] and all accumulated data will be shared” in the coming weeks.
As of Friday, 5,392,509 million of the more than 9 million people have received a second dose of a messenger RNA vaccine, and 349,707 people have gotten their third booster shot, according to figures from the Health Ministry. The country recorded more than 3,000 positive COVID-19 cases, 261 with severe illness, and six deaths as of Aug. 4.
On the 10th of August, 2021:
Israel recorded 4,164 cases of COVID-19.
Palestine reported 182 people killed. Cases of COVID-19
On the 10th of August, 2021:
COVID-19 has claimed the lives of 12 Israelis.
COVID-19 deaths were recorded in Palestine by two people.
Despite having a population that is only 1.68 times that of Palestine, Israel reported 22.88 times the number of illnesses and 6 times the number of deaths in the most current figures.
Also, keep in mind that these are interwoven populations.
The “Unvaccinated Pandemic” is a far cry from reality.
When you compare Israel with Palestine, you’ll notice that they’re on the opposite end of the spectrum.