Fully Vaccinated Irish City Has Most COVID Cases

Fully Vaccinated Irish City Has Most COVID Cases

Shattering the fake news of COVID vaccine success comes a new report from Ireland revealing that the vaccinated are the ones most infected with the disease.

The Irish Times reported on October 21 that Waterford city, the nearly fully vaccinated Irish city with an adult vaccination rate of 99.7%, has one of the highest COVID infection rates in the state.

The city’s south electoral area has a 14-day incidence rate of 1,486 cases per 100,000 of the population, three times the national average which stands at 493 infections per 100,000 people.

Without expressly mentioning the obvious failure of COVID vaccines in checking the infections, the post indirectly hinted at it. It wrote:

The county has gone from having one of the lowest rates of Covid-19 infection in Ireland to one of the highest.

In an op-ed on Blaze News, Daniel Horowitz commented that the strikingly high incidence of COVID in the nearly cent percent vaccinated Irish city will likely be blamed on the small number of unvaccinated. He asked:

Are they now going to suggest it’s the fault of the 0.3%?

Rising COVID Cases with Increased Vaccination

The Irish city is not the only area where increased vaccination is seen associated with increased COVID infections. Horowitz cited COVID infection numbers from Singapore and United Kingdom showing similar association between COVID shots and infection rate. He not only questioned the vaccine’s effectiveness but also pointed to the observation of higher vaccination rates leading to higher COVID infection rates.

At some point, there is nowhere to run or hide from the botched vaccine that not only fails to stop transmission, but causes viral immune escape and makes more virulent variants.

Official stats from Public Health England posted last month show that not only are COVID infections more common among the vaccinated but fully vaccinated people are more than twice likely to die of the disease than the unvaccinated.

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