@drsimonegold I calculated the mortality rate based on data from the UK.
Unvaccinated 0.21%
2 doses 0.93%.
The mortality rate is 4.4 times higher for 2-dose vaccination than for unvaccinated.
It's more risky to vaccinate.
@drsimonegold Also Delta strain is weakly poisonous. I calculated the mortality rate referring to the UK data.
Alpha 1.91%.
Delta 0.31%.
Delta has less than one-sixth the mortality rate of Alpha.
Delta is also becoming more mainstream at 62.7% of the total. No need to be afraid.

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