In this July 1, 2021 article, The New York Times has revealed that the Delta variant is not causing increased hospitalization in England.
Based on the recent data released by Public Health England, the article says that hospitalization rates remain unchanged even as the number of test-positive cases has increased. The report adds that case rates are highest among young adults, the same group of people who are also least likely to have taken the vaccine. The author adds, “Young people are less likely to develop severe COVID-19, which could explain why the spread of Delta has not resulted in a wave of hospitalizations”. According to the report, only 34% of people under 40 years gave at least partial vaccination.
Editor’s Note: As we said in an earlier article, the “dangerous Delta variant” is a myth [see Delta variant being used to sell COVID vaccines but no proof the variant is deadly]. If we listen to the data, then we should see that though it is unvaccinated who are more prone to testing positive for COVID, they face no real danger from the disease if they are young and healthy. The worst part is that there is evidence showing that the vaccines do not only cause harm in the form of adverse events and deaths following vaccination, vaccines can also make one susceptible to antibody-dependent enhancement [see Health experts review some possible unintended consequences of mRNA COVID vaccines, New study: Vaccines are the likely cause of adverse effects and deaths following vaccination, Vaccines do not fully control Delta variant: Majority of COVID deaths are from vaccinated. Evidence of dangerous ADE at work].
We also would like to call your attention to an informative video released by Ivor Cummings last June 22, 2021. In that video, he showed us proof that indeed, there are no increases in hospitalization due to the Delta variant. See his video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtOu7jx3snQ.
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