Delta Variant Death Rate Among Vaccinated Over 5 Times HIGHER Than the Unvaccinated in England

Delta Variant Death Rate Among Vaccinated Over 5 Times HIGHER Than the Unvaccinated in England
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By Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn | NoQreport.com

new report with detailed data from Public Health England provides some startling numbers.

For the period of February 1 through August 2 there were COVID Delta variant cases for 47,000 people who had received 2 vaccine doses, and for 151,054 people who were unvaccinated.

In the first group of vaccinated people there were a total of 402 deaths, and in the second much larger group of unvaccinated people there were 253 deaths. To get the death rate you divide the number of deaths by the total number of infection cases.

That gives a death rate of .86 percent among the vaccinated and .17 percent among the unvaccinated. That is an amazing difference.

The death rate among vaccinated was just over five times greater than that for the unvaccinated.

In other words, unvaccinated people who got infected were enormously safer from death. How can we explain this huge difference in terms of medical science? It should also be noted that it was determined that the measured viral load in both groups was the same.

So, why are vaccinated people dying more frequently than the unvaccinated.  Here are some plausible explanations. Sarah Westall read more

2 thoughts on “Delta Variant Death Rate Among Vaccinated Over 5 Times HIGHER Than the Unvaccinated in England

  1. Did you forget to control for age? Or was it on purpose? If you run the numbers by age, you see that the over 50 unvaxxed are dying at a much higher rate. You lumped the numbers together, counting children and young adults who are very unlikely to die. Rookie mistake, or intentionally misleading?

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