Conclusion: “The Ontario data show that vaccination currently makes little difference in terms of hospitalization and death rates for those below age 60.”
A new report prepared by a group of highly qualified experts analyzed the government data in Ontario and concluded that the vaccines don’t reduce hospitalization and death in those under 60. BUT they definitely have all the downside of vaccine-related adverse events.
In other words, we’ve been lied to. Are you surprised?
Also, don’t assume the report endorses vaccination for those over 60. It doesn’t.
Given the statistical evidence provided in this report, the public health policy tools such as mass vaccination campaigns, mandates, passports and travel restrictions need to be reevaluated for relevance in this phase of SARS-CoV-2. The abundance of evidence documented by Public Health Ontario (PHO), Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and top-tier scientific journals demonstrates that the vaccines do not prevent infection or hospitalization. The Ontario data show that vaccination currently makes little difference in terms of hospitalization and death rates for those below age 60. Additionally, since there are known risks of adverse events and unknown long term effects, these must be considered in developing vaccine policies.
The empirical evidence investigated in this report from PHO and PHAC does not support continuing mass vaccination programs, mandates, passports and travel bans for all age groups. Rather, it may be prudent to utilize a more targeted and cost-effective approach focused on vaccinating the high-risk group, while factoring in an individual’s potential risk of vaccine-related adverse events.
That’s what you get when the people writing the report remain anonymous and are free to speak the truth without fear of retribution. Interesting, isn’t it?
Here’s the full report (26-page PDF file).