Official Canadian Government data shows that the Covid-19 vaccines are now proving to have a negative effectiveness in fully vaccinated people aged 12 and over of minus 425%, after the fully vaccinated accounted for 89% of all Covid-19 cases in Canada over the past month.
During the ongoing clinical trial, 43,661 subjects were split evenly between the placebo and vaccine groups (about 21,830 subjects per group).
In the placebo group — the group that didn’t have the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine — 162 became infected with the coronavirus and showed symptoms.
Whilst in the vaccine group — the group that got the real vaccine — that number was only 8.
Therefore the percentage of placebo group who became infected equated to 0.74% (162 / 21830 x 100 = 0.74).
Whilst 0.04% of the vaccinate group became infected (8 / 21830 x 100 = 0.04)
In order to calculate the efficacy of their Covid-19 mRNA injection, Pfizer then performed the following calculation –
They first subtracted the percentage of infections in the vaccinated group from the percentage of infections in the placebo group.
0.74% – 0.04% = 0.7%
Then they divided that total by the percentage of infections in the placebo group, which equated to 95%.
0.7 / 0.74 = 95%.
Therefore, Pfizer were able to claim that their Covid-19 mRNA injection is 95% effective.
Now, thanks to a wealth of data published by the Government of Canada we are able to use the same calculation that was used to calculate 95% effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine, to calculate the real world effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccines.
Figure 5 of the ‘Government of Canada Covid-19 daily epidemiology update‘ published 1st Feb 22, provides the number of Covid-19 cases across Canada by vaccination status.
Unfortunately, the Government of Canada is playing similar tricks to what Public Health Scotland were playing before we exposed them back in July 2021, and they only include a running total that dates back to December 14th 2020, the very start of the vaccination campaign.
However, thanks to the gift of the ‘WayBackMachine’, we’re able to take a look at the overall total on previous dates and then deduct those totals from the most recent report. So we chose a snapshot of the report found on the ‘WayBackMachine‘ that was taken on the 23rd Dec 21, that includes the number of cases between Dec 14th 2020, and Dec 4th 2021.
This allows us to work out the number of cases to have occurred between 4th Dec 21 and 8th Jan 22, the end date of the most recent report published Feb 1st 22.
These are the number of cases by vaccination status up to 4th Dec 21.
And these are the number of cases by vaccination status up to 8th Jan 22.
Therefore, between 4th Dec 21 and 8th Jan 22 there were 49,579 cases among the unvaccinated, 6,957 cases among the partly vaccinated, and a shocking 390,401 cases among the fully vaccinated. Meaning the vaccinated population have accounted for 89% of Covid-19 cases in Canada since Dec 4th 21.
During the still ongoing clinical trial, Pfizer had an equal amount of people who had been vaccinated, and had not been vaccinated in order to calculate the effectiveness of their vaccine, so in order to calculate the real-world effectiveness all we have to do is perform the same calculation using the rates per 100,000 numbers.
Unfortunately, the Government of Canada do not provide these, but they do provide us with the number of people who have been vaccinated so they’re fairly straight forward to work out.
In 2020, the population of Canada was estimated to be 38.01 million people. So therefore with 23.2 million people having had at least one dose, that leaves 14.8 million people who are unvaccinated.
Now all we have to do is divide the total population size by 100,000 and then divide the number of cases by the answer to that equation.
So for the unvaccinated we perform the following calculation –
49,579 (No. of cases) / 148 = 334.99
Therefore the case-rate among unvaccinated Canadians between Dec 4th and Jan 8th 22 was 334.99 cases per 100,000 population.
For the fully vaccinated we perform the following calculation –
390,401 (No. of cases) / 222 = 1,758.56
Therefore the case-rate among fully vaccinated Canadians between Dec 4th and Jan 8th 22 was 1,758.56 cases per 100,000 population.
Now all we have to do is perform the same calculation used by Pfizer with our case rates per 100,000 numbers to work out the real-world vaccine effectiveness, and unfortunately, as is justified by the number of cases, it is terrible.
The real world effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccines in Canada between 3th Dec 21 and 8th Jan 22 equates to minus-424.95%.
This data proves that the Covid-19 vaccines are making people more susceptible to catching Covid-19, rather than preventing cases of Covid-19 by the claimed 95%.
The fact the effectiveness of the vaccines has now surpassed the minus-100% barrier suggests that it has completely decimated fully vaccinated individuals immune systems, at least when it comes to infection from the alleged SARS-CoV-2 virus.
The Government of Canada data proves without a shadow of doubt that the Covid-19 vaccines do not prevent infection or transmission, and that Canada is very much in the midst of a pandemic of the fully vaccinated