Scotland: 87% of COVID deaths were reported to be from vaccinated people

Local research claims Pfizer shot now only 41% effective against symptomatic COVID, while British stats have it at 88%

A data analysis of Public Health Scotland (PHS) shows that 87 percent of deaths from Covid-19 virus infections in Scotland, UK, occurred among vaccinated people.

“This means that people who’ve been vaccinated against Covid-19 account for 87% of the deaths in the third wave of deaths in Scotland that have just begun,” according to the British alternative media outlet Daily Expose on July 29.

Daily Expose found that the PHS resorted to a complex presentation of the data that could simulate the opposite, i.e., that most of the deaths were among the unvaccinated, which was nevertheless discovered.

It is noteworthy that the data presented here deserved to be considered by the renowned scientist inventor of the technology applied to the Covid vaccine, messenger RNA, Dr. Robert Malone.

“Well, if this is indeed true, then things are getting curioser and curioser.  See below link.,” he wrote in a message in which he attached the link to the Daily Expose article containing the tables with the PHS data.

Dr. Malone is a scientist who has devoted his life to vaccine development, and he emphasizes the danger of vaccination increasing the danger of infection.

“The vaccine causes the virus to become more infectious than would happen in the absence of vaccination. This is the bacteriologist’s work nightmare,” Dr. Malone argues based on experience, as he described to Steve Bannon on July 28.

On the other hand, the trend observed in Scotland could be corroborated in another context by data provided by the CDC.

A CDC report shows that 74 percent of people infected in the Massachusetts COVID outbreak were fully vaccinated, according to CNBC on July 30.

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