The following chart shows the Covid-19 vaccine effectiveness among the triple vaccinated population in England in 4 week periods between Week 51 of 2021 and Week 9 of 2022 –
As you can see, vaccine effectiveness has been declining month after month, with the lowest effectiveness of minus-248.92 percent reported among 40-49-year-olds. The sharpest drop in jab efficiency was seen among 18-29-year-olds, who went from +10.19 in Week 51 to minus-201.52 percent by Week 9 of 2022, down from +10.19 in Week 51 to Week 2.
Vaccination efficacy, on the other hand, is a comparison of the immune system performance of a vaccine recipient to the immune system performance of an unvaccinated person.
- A vaccine efficacy of +50% means that those who have been fully immunized are 50% more protected against Covid-19 than those who have not been vaccinated. In other words, those who have been properly vaccinated have an immune system that is 50% more capable of combating Covid-19.
- With a vaccination efficacy of 0%, fully vaccinated people are no more protected against Covid-19 than unprotected people, implying that the immunizations are worthless. In other words, fully vaccinated people have an immune system that is on par with unprotected people when it comes to fighting Covid-19.
- However, a vaccine effectiveness of 50% would suggest that those who had not been immunized were 50% more protected against Covid-19 than those who had been fully vaccinated. In other words, vaccinated people’s immune systems operate 50 percent poorer than unvaccinated people’s natural immune systems. As a result, the immune system appears to have been harmed by the Covid-19 vaccinations.
Thankfully, we can calculate immune system performance using the case rates provided by UKHSA. For a negative immune system performance, we only need to tweak the vaccination effectiveness formula slightly, and utilize the same formula for a positive immune system performance. –
Unvaccinated Case Rate − Vaccinated Case Rate / Unvaccinated Case Rate x 100 = Positive Immune System Performance
Unvaccinated Case Rate − Vaccinated Case Rate / Vaccinated Case Rate x 100 = Negative Immune System Performance
The table below compares the immune system performance of the triple vaccinated population in England by age group over four weeks to the unvaccinated population’s natural immune system –
As can be seen, the immune system performance of 60-69-year-olds is currently at minus-72.35 percent, but all triple-vaccinated adults aged 30 to 59 are not far behind, with immune system performance ranging from minus-70.83 percent to minus-71.34 percent.
Even the 18 to 29-year-olds are in this range, with a minus-66.84 percent immune system performance, down from a +11.35 percent immune system performance between week 51 and week 2, indicating that they have seen the fastest reduction in immune system performance.
AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is a term that refers to a group of potentially fatal infections and disorders that occur when your immune system is severely compromised.
A person with acquired immune deficiency syndrome is more likely to have some malignancies and illnesses that only happen once in a while.
Within 5 months, all triple-vaccinated individuals will have lost 100 percent of their immunological potential (against viruses and certain malignancies), while 18 to 39-year-olds will have lost it by the middle of April 2022, followed by 40-49-year-olds by the middle of May. These individuals will be diagnosed with full-blown acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
Pfizer originally stated that their mRNA injection was effective up to 95% of the time. These numbers plainly reveal that this assertion is inaccurate, but we doubt anyone ever thought that the figures would show that vaccines do not simply lose effectiveness over time until they are no longer effective, but instead gradually harm the immune system until a negative efficiency is achieved.