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Great Game India – Jan 9, 2022

Contrary to popular belief, a significant portion of the Ontario hospitalizations are of fully vaccinated individuals. The statistics quite clearly draws the line between fact and fictional construct by lamenting the fully vaccinated individuals as “super-spreaders” of the virus.

Most individuals in hospitals suffering of COVID-19 were “fully vaccinated,” according to publicly accessible statistics from the Ontario government.

As per the information, there seem to be 1,327 “Fully vaccinated cases” in hospitals as of January 7, contrasting to only 441 “Unvaccinated cases.” There were 100 patients inside the hospital for “partially vaccinated cases.”

There are 119 “unvaccinated cases,” 17 “partially vaccinated cases,” and 106 “fully vaccinated cases” in Ontario’s ICU.

The great proportion of patients who screened positive for COVID in Ontario originate from “fully vaccinated” individuals, according to the data.

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On January 7, the province recorded 9,515 cases among “fully vaccinated” citizens, opposed to 1,543 cases among those who had not been vaccinated. In those who have been “partially vaccinated,” there had been 375 cases.

According to statistics from Alberta and Quebec, the majority of individuals in hospitals due to COVID are also “fully vaccinated.”

The Alberta administration reports 258 patients in hospital owing to COVID who have a “complete” immunization record, 19 individuals with a “partial” vaccine status, and 221 people who are “unvaccinated.”

COVID has been linked to 1,948 “fully vaccinated” patients in Quebec hospitals. In hospitals owing to COVID, there were 1,046 “unvaccinated” patients and 78 “partially vaccinated” people.

The overwhelming amount of new COVID “cases” in all Canadian provinces are all in those that have been completely vaccinated.

Despite the Canadian government’s praise for the COVID vaccinations’ efficacy, studies have seldom demonstrated that they prevent infection or transmission. They don’t even guarantee to reduce hospitalization; instead, they evaluate performance by reducing severe COVID-19 symptoms.

Every provincial governments in Canada have contributed to the COVID testing craze by distributing free at-home test kits provided by the federal government.

Despite this, Dr. Robert Malone, the creator of the mRNA technology used in vaccinations, claims that the immunized, not the unvaccinated, are the disease’s “super-spreaders.”

Jean-Yves Duclos, Canada’s Minister of Health, recently stated that provincial governments may soon implement obligatory vaccination laws.

Conversations with provincial governments about making COVID jabs mandatory are expected to begin soon, according to Duclos. He further suggested that the only solution out of the situation is through jabs.

In response to Duclos, at least one Premier, Jason Kenney of Alberta, stated that no immunizations would be mandated in his jurisdiction.

As per the data shared by the Chandigarh health authorities in India, around 77% of the new cases of Covid reported from the city in November were fully vaccinated. Out of the cases that were fully vaccinated and tested COVID-19 positive, only 10% of them, including patients with comorbidities, required hospitalisation.

Meanwhile, a widely renowned virology and former senior officer of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has warned about the risks of the experimental COVID-19 gene transfer vaccines.

He said the vaccinated are the ones really serving as a kind of breeding ground for the virus. He also went onto encourage the un-jabbed to “stay unvaccinated,” while also predicting an inevitable “collapse of our health system” due to health complications in the vaccinated.

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