2.12.17 Variants emerge post -“vaccination” in the vaccinated.

Source: No Jab for Me by Paul Adams

Source: Scientific Evidence of the Plandemic by Awaken India Movement

People contracting Covid-19 due to new variants, following immunization, implies that “Vaccines are a failure” !

  1. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Guidelines which clearly mention that all COVID protocols are to be continued even after vaccination.

    Do I need to use the mask/other COVID-19 appropriate precautions after receiving the vaccine?

    Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Guidelines – Yes, it is absolutely necessary that everyone who has received the COVID-19 vaccine should continue to follow the COVID-19 appropriate behaviour i.e., mask, do gaj ki doori and hand sanitization to protect themselves and those around from spreading the infection.

    https://www.mohfw.gov.in/covid_vaccination/vaccination/faqs.html#what-to-expect-after-vaccination
  2. NDTV Report – Up to 40,000 Covid-19 positive cases in Kerala after vaccination. Upto 40,000 post-vaccination breakthrough cases in Kerala District    (Breakthrough defined as positive Covid case after 14 days of vaccination) Over 40,000 “breakthrough” cases, or COVID-19 infections in people who have been vaccinated, have been found in Kerala, top official sources in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare have told NDTV. https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/over-40-000-breakthrough-infections-or-covid-cases-in-vaccinated-people-in-kerala-source-2507884
  3. Banaras Hindu University study of 1500 participants confirmed case of SARS-COV-2 infection and 4 deaths were reported in 41.5% in 65 single dose group and 18.9% in double dose group.

    Banaras Hindu University study of 1500 participants, 1435 participants received 2 doses and 65 single dose of covishield  – 41.5% in 65 single dose group (27 participants)and 18.9% in double dose group (271 participants) were diagnosed as confirmed case of SARS-COV-2 infection. (4 deaths were reported) Among 1650 enrolled vaccine recipients, 1500 participants of the study (Female/Male: 472/1028; mean age 38.8 years) completed at least 2 months of follow-up, after the second dose.

    The common comorbidities in study participants were hypertension (170, 11.3%), diabetes (142, 9.5%), and hypothyroidism (54, 3.6%). Of those who received a single dose of vaccine (n=65), laboratory confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection was observed in 27 individuals (41.5%) and 3 were suspects. Severity wise, infections were mild in 21 out of 30 (70%) cases, moderate in five (16.7%) and severe in two (6.7%).

    Of those who received both doses of vaccine (n=1435), 388 were diagnosed as confirmed or suspect cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Of these 388, RT-PCR positivity was seen in 271 (18.9%) individuals, 82 (5.7%) were labelled as ‘suspects’ and 35 (2.4%) were RT-PCR negative suspects. Severity wise, majority of SARS-CoV-2 infections were ‘mild’ (331/388, 85.3%), followed by ‘moderate’ (33/388, 8.5%) and ‘severe’ (6/388, 1.5%).

    Occurrence of COVID-19 in doctors: 131 doctors got covid after both the doses out of 377. 404 out of the 1500 total participants were doctors including consultant/teaching faculty, resident doctors, and those in general practice. Among the 377 doctors who received both doses of vaccine, 160 were diagnosed as confirmed or suspect cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Of these, 131 (34.7%), 17 (4.5%) and 12 (3.2%) were laboratory confirmed cases, ‘suspects’ and RT-PCR negative suspects respectively. The infection was asymptomatic, ‘mild’, ‘moderate’ and ‘severe’ in 9 (5.6%), 130 (81.3%), 16 (10%) and 5 (3.1%) respectively. Breakthrough infections occurring at > 14 days after receiving the second dose were seen in 148 doctors who received both doses (39.2%), or 119 doctors (31.6%) if only laboratory confirmed cases were considered. Four deaths occurred in the study participants during the study period, two in partially vaccinated group and two in fully vaccinated group. Two of these participants, both in partially vaccinated group had developed SARS-CoV-2 infection during their follow-up. Link and complete article is herewith Source: https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-772465/v1
  4. Data from ICMR study on breakthrough infections show Delta variant predominant on people after taking the vaccine.

    Data from ICMR study on breakthrough infections show Delta variant predominant. The first official study on breakthrough infections in India shows that a vast majority of such cases, 89 per cent, involved infection by the Delta variant. The study was conducted by Pune-based National Institute of Virology. Genome analysis of the SARS-CoV2 virus from 677 people who got infected even after taking the vaccine.

    Here are some of the findings from the study:

    (i)         482 of the 677 cases (71 per cent) were symptomatic
    (ii)        71 people (9.8 per cent) required hospitalization
    (iii)       Three of the 677 people died
    (iv)       Fever was the most consistent symptom in the infected people, experienced by 69 per cent of the respondents. Body ache, headache and nausea was reported by 56 per cent of infected people, cough by 45 per cent, sore throat by 37 per cent, loss of smell and taste by 22 per cent, diarrhoea by 6 per cent, breathlessness by 6 per cent and ocular irritation and redness by one percent.
    (v)       604 of the 677 (89 per cent) infected had received the Covishield vaccine, 71 (10.5 per cent) had taken Covaxin. Two people had taken Sinopharm.
    (vi)       People from southern, western, eastern and north-western regions of the country predominantly reported breakthrough infections from Delta and Kappa variants
    (vii)      People in northern and central regions reported such infections due to Alpha, Delta and Kappa variants.

    Source: https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.07.13.21260273v1
  5. 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.

    CASE STUDIES AROUND THE WORLD

    Majority of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients at Hospital in Israel Are Fully Vaccinated: Doctor – 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 August 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.

    Link and complete article is herewith –

    Source:https://www.ntd.com/majority-of-hospitalized-covid-19-patients-are-fully-vaccinated-at-israel-hospital-doctor_656475.html

    https://twitter.com/RanIsraeli/status/1423322271503028228
  6. In Iceland, the Delta variant has outstripped all others and it has become clear that vaccinated people can easily contract it as well as spread it to others.

    Vaccine Induced Herd Immunity Not Possible

    Iceland – Link and complete article is herewith – Source:https://www.icelandreview.com/society/covid-19-in-iceland-vaccination-has-not-led-to-herd-immunity-says-chief-epidemiologist/

    In the past two to three weeks, the Delta variant has outstripped all others in Iceland and it has become clear that vaccinated people can easily contract it as well as spread it to others, Þórólfur stated in a briefing.

    As a reminder, Iceland has over 70% of its population vaccinated, and nearly everyone over 16 has received their shots.

    I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Iceland (93% of the population 16 years of age or older vaccinated) is experiencing its largest wave of Covid-19 yet. At this point, I think it is unreasonable to assume that increased vaccine coverage will result in herd immunity pic.twitter.com/k8mUZAtIGO – Elías Eyþórsson (@eliaseythorsson) August 7, 2021
  7. The Hindu reports that the Delta impact : 14,421 persons got Covid-19 despite vaccination.

    The vaccines are no protection from Covid-19 and there is no difference between a vaccinated & unvaccinated person. Both can be super spreaders and can transmit the Corona virus.

    The evidence available and the scientific study have proved that the present vaccines are not the protection from Covid-19 and the vaccinated people can also get infected with Covid-19, they can transmit the corona. The Government’s own circular says that the vaccinated people should also follow the Covid appropriate behaviour.

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