It’s always interesting to keep an eye on the latest data.
Two things stood out for me when I took another look at the RNZ ‘NZ in Numbers’ page today:
1️⃣ The case rates per 100,000 population. Measuring in this way provides a fair assessment of the rates (at least as good as we can expect from Gov’t departments these days). And the results speak for themselves – this is NOT an efficacious intervention.
Rolling 7-Day Average – Cases:
Non-vx: 25 per 100K Fully-vx: 54 per 100K Boosted: 107 per 100K
For the boosted that is over 4 x the rate of those who chose to decline?:
Let that sink in.
If you are being pressured to take more of something that has failed to work the first few times, perhaps it’s time to ask some questions.
2️⃣ There appears to be a large elephant in the room in the form of hospitalisation rates for boosted folk. 🐘
Here are the stats.
Boosted people make up:
👉 53% of the population
👉 72% of the cases
👉 61% of those hospitalised
(A further chart shows that ~60% of the deaths have been boosted, too).
From all these figures – their OWN data – it would appear that this juice-boost group is over-represented in all the wrong places.
Remember we were told that if people took the juice that “they won’t get sick and they won’t die”?
I do. It was porkies then and it is porkies now.
If your memory needs a jog you can watch that footage here:
And now we are being encouraged to stick this stuff in our kids? To “Protect them for LIFE”?!
You know, it’s not too late to jump off the crazy train. There is still time. If your 🐂💩 detector is buzzing, it’s time to listen.
Our VFF numbers continue to grow as more and people reach their limits and decide enough is enough. They are not judged, but rather accepted with open arms.
Find others in your area who are also questioning the narrative and come along for a chat. We have over 100 groups across the country with more than 40,000 members! Register to find out more here.
And keep across those stats as well: https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/in-depth/450874/covid-19-data-visualisations-nz-in-numbers