11/05/2021 / By Ramon Tomey
Many countries around the globe relied on vaccines to curb the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. However, the shots appear to have caused more harm than good as hospitalizations and deaths increased significantly in well-vaccinated nations.
This was the observation of French oncologist and statistician Dr. Gerard Delepine. He published his findings on Sept. 26, highlighting a number of countries with high vaccination rate.
The British territory of Gibraltar, with a population of 34,000, began vaccinating its citizens in December 2020. It made use of the Pfizer vaccine on the majority of Gibraltarians, with a small percentage of AstraZeneca doses. According to a government press release, the AstraZeneca vaccine was reserved for “individuals with multiple medication allergies.”
The Gibraltar Health Authority commenced COVID-19 injections back when the territory only had 1,040 confirmed cases and five deaths. However, the number of new cases increased five-fold to 5,314 after Gibraltar achieved 115 percent vaccination coverage. The number of deaths also increased 19 times, hitting a total of 97.
Singapore is another country that has reported high vaccination coverage, with almost 80 percent of the population receiving at least one vaccine dose. However, the country saw an exponential increase in COVID-19 cases driven by the delta variant. From a two-digit case count in June, infections rapidly spiked to four-digit counts by Sept. 24. (Related: Singapore reports record-breaking number of COVID-19 infections despite being almost fully vaccinated.)
This led the Southeast Asian country to drop its “zero COVID” strategy in favor of a “living with COVID” strategy, which Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced during an Oct. 9 speech.
“Even if we have been vaccinated, we are still at some risk of getting infected. This is why we must be prepared to see quite many COVID-19 cases for some time to come. Yet Singapore cannot stay locked down and closed off indefinitely. It would not work, and it would be very costly. We would be unable to resume our lives, participate in social activities, open our borders and revive our economy,” said Lee.
“Therefore, we concluded a few months ago that a ‘zero COVID’ strategy was no longer feasible. So we changed [our] strategy to ‘living with COVID-19.'”
Delepine also touched on Israel’s post-vaccination COVID case surge. The Middle Eastern nation made headlines following its successful injection of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine on the majority of Israelis. “Israel, champion of the Pfizer injection, once everywhere cited as an example of effectiveness, is now being harshly reminded of reality and is now the model of vaccine failure,” the French doctor said.
According to Delepine, 70 percent of Israel’s population had received at least one dose, while almost 90 percent had completed the two-dose Pfizer vaccine. Despite this achievement, more than 11,000 new cases were recorded on Sept. 14 – surpassing the high numbers reported in January of this year by almost half.
The French doctor noted that the post-vaccination wave of new cases in Israel “is accompanied by an increase in hospitalizations where the vaccinated represent the majority of those hospitalized.” He pointed out that 71 percent of Israelis seriously ill with COVID-19 were fully vaccinated.
Israeli physician Dr. Kobi Haviv attested to this, warning that a huge percentage of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in the country were injected with the vaccine. He told Channel 13 News: “I understand that most of the patients are vaccinated, even ‘severe’ patients.”
Haviv estimated that the percentage of vaccinated patients were at 85 to 90 percent, and that 95 percent of vaccinated patients had the most severe symptoms. The increase in cases suggested that the vaccine’s effectiveness is waning, setting up a scenario where booster shots would become necessary. (Related: 95% of severe patients in Israeli hospitals are vaccinated, warns doctor.)
“To claim that the vaccine protects against serious forms of the disease is a mistake. Vaccination does not protect against severe forms of the disease or against death. In order not to acknowledge its mistakes, the Israeli government remains in denial of this obvious failure and continues to propose only vaccination as a solution,” Delepine concluded.
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