A quick thread on those places and territories with the highest percentages of their populations vaccinated.

Firstly, what are those counries?

Looking at this list tiny Seychelles makes it.
How is it going in the Seychelles.

Well, we have been told that the deaths in Gibraltar that followed the vaccine were not caused by the vaccine.

That's very reassuring and so how about another small population territory - Seychelles.
It's probably a coincidence that the majority of deaths from Covid have come after the vaccine rather than before.

I have not heard anything from there direct but I am sure that the news will be that those deaths are unconnected to the vaccine.

Like Gibraltar, bad luck.
So, what is the latest on Gibraltar?

I've read the statement by the government that confirms the deaths are not connected to the jab. This chart also shows the acccident of timing.

As the populations & numbers in both Seychelles & Gibraltar is so small these things can happen.
It's a sad fact that in both of these small populations the numbers who've died of Covid since the vaccine was rolled out is > than the numbers who died before the vaccine.

Perhaps therefore the vaccine will take time before it shows it's full intended effects. Now 🇮🇱and 🇦🇪👇
Israel 🇮🇱 is well known for leading the race and together with 🇦🇪 they provide more substantial populations than the Seychelles 🇸🇨& Gibraltar 🇬🇮.

So how are things going? As the Palestinian population are not getting vaccinated we can compare deaths since the 20th Dec start.
How does this look for Israel on a longer time frame showing the entire length of the pandemic?

Unfortunately we can see that the 7 day average number of daily deaths in 🇮🇱 is higher than it was at any time prior to the rollout of the vaccine.

More time yet to improvements?
How long until Israel joins both Gibraltar & Seychelles in having more Covid deaths after the vaccine rolled out that before?

Not sure but all of the fast vaccine start countries & territories have higher average deaths since the vaccine than before.
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🇬🇮
🇸🇨

Now 🇦🇪 👇🏻
The 🇦🇪 chart seems to show that the jab has yet to make the kind of improvements that everyone is expecting.

Hopefully that will come through in the data soon.

Let's look at a longer time-frame. 👇🏻
On a longer time frame we can see that in 🇦🇪 the current number of deaths is lower than at their previous peak.

On that measure 🇦🇪 are doing better than all of 🇮🇱🇬🇮🇸🇨 who are all averaging far more deaths after the vaccine than at their pre vaccine peak.

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11 Feb
Anyone who is a lockdown sceptic and critical of the UK government needs to understand what is explained in this thread here.

You might understand these points anyway, but if you don't, please read. It will help us in the debate and reassure other sceptics. 👇🏻
If any of your followers are discouraged by public opinion on the UK government's response please retweets the tweet that the above tweet refers to... ☝🏻️

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This survey has results that some people might describe as 'unbelievable'.

Are there any indicators that could shed light on how people are reacting to this?

Of course it's not *very accurate* but the likes : replies ratio is often thought of as an indicator of popularity.
For those unfamiliar with the idea of looking at the replies : likes ratio an article in es quire 'How to know if you've sent a horrible tweet' had a quote from a 'Twitter Investigative Reporter'

"...any time you have more REPLIES than FAVS... you have ****ed up.."
At the time I looked, this survey result had 178 likes & 734 replies.

That ratio is over 4:1 in favour of replies rather than likes.

That is not only more replies than likes (an indicator of unpopularity) but many more...

Normally that means it's very unpopular. So,.... 👇🏻
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9 Feb
Some good news for pessimists in the UK.

The good news comes when i explain the implications & meaning of the following:

Contact in an African country just told me that the medical insurance co. just put a limit on the amount of Ivermectin you can claim through them...

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This is further evidence that the effect of Ivermectin is now widely known.

Much evidence of the same from around the world.

It is a critical part of the strategy of the medical fascists for people to not know if believe that there are alternatives to lockdowns / vaccines 👇🏻
☝🏻️ should say 'not know / believe'

In Mexico City they started using Ivermectin on 29th December.

They are getting much better results than others who are using vaccines. Image
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11 Dec 20
@DanCardenMP Good speech Dan. Important and effective presentation - thank you.

(btw, this is despite the fact that I don't share your wider political beliefs).

I am wondering if you will take up other matters connected with the government's response. Please see below..
@DanCardenMP Firstly, asymptomatic transmission is rare:

'The secondary attack rate increased with the severity of index cases, from 0.3% ... for asymptomatic .. 5.6% ... for moderate, & 6.2% (CI, 3.2% to 9.1%) for severe or critical cases.'

pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32790510/
@DanCardenMP Secondly, please reflect on why infections are low in countries that are not locking down

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