A recent study prepared for Canada’s ruling Liberal Party shows that six times more vaccinated Canadians have ended up in an intensive care unit (ICU) for COVID-19 compared to those who haven’t received the shots.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s party reportedly ordered the study amid mounting concerns that the vaccines were ineffective in protecting against the virus.
Independent researchers prepared their report on the study in June, with details of the results now only coming to light.
A report confirms that “vaccines do not reduce hospitalizations and deaths among people under the age of 60.”
The redacted report, which was unearthed by investigative reporter Steve Kirsch, withholds the identities of the researchers involved in the study and the names of the government officials who ordered it.
The independent researchers evaluated government data from Ontario, the report shows.
The experts conclude that the Covid vaccines are not 100% effective in preventing infection and hospitalization, even with booster shots.
The researchers assert that they are opposed to the continuation of mass vaccination campaigns, mandates, passport requirements, and travel restrictions for people of all ages.
The report asks and answers the following questions:
Do the COVID-19 vaccines prevent infection and hospitalization?
- Full vaccination does not prevent infection and hospitalization. Even full vaccination with a booster does not prevent infection or hospitalization.
What are the trends in vaccinated and unvaccinated cases in the hospitals?
- In-mid April 2021, when less than 3% of Canadians were fully vaccinated, most of the cases in hospital were unvaccinated. In mid-January 2022, when 77% of Canadians were fully vaccinated, there were more vaccinated cases in hospital than unvaccinated cases.
Are there more vaccinated or unvaccinated cases in the ICU and hospitals at present (June 3, 2022)?
- There are 6 times more cases that are vaccinated versus unvaccinated currently in ICU and 5 times more vaccinated cases that are in the hospital compared to unvaccinated cases.
The report concludes:
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 re-evaluated 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,” Kirsch noted.