Do COVID vaccination obligations and passports make sense?


The latest data on Ontario’s “Jabd vs. Unjabd” infection rates make it increasingly difficult to rationalize restricting people’s access to indoor facilities, as well as workplaces and schools, based on vaccination status. It has become. This is because the injection appears to have failed as a means of stopping the spread of COVID-19.

Report by the Calgary-based Center for Constitutional Freedom, December 21, 2021, “Covid vaccine does not stop the spread of Covid, “The situation is well organized.

“Policies that segregate populations through compulsory vaccination policies require that at least those vaccines be effective in eliminating the risk of infection. Unfortunately, government-led in both Canada and the United States. In contrast to stories and media coverage, evidence strongly suggests that vaccination does not stop the spread of Covid-not the original strain, nor the later Delta and Omicron variants. When pressured by competent journalists, policy makers often admit that vaccines are only aimed at reducing the severity of the disease, not at preventing its spread.

Examine the publicly available data on Ontario to test the validity of the Justice Center’s claims.

According to the Ontario Government (As of January 4, 2021) 88 percent of ontarians over the age of 5 have been vaccinated at least once with anti-COVID-19 vaccine, 82 percent have been double “vaccinated” and the remaining 6 percent Is 12 percent when there is no dose at all in a single dose.

If the vaccine had no effect on infection rates, the infection rates in each group would be expected to be about the same, given the same other factors. So, for example, 12% of all cases in the state are one of the open cases.

also, According to the Ontario GovernmentThe status of vaccination in Ontario for 11,351 people diagnosed with COVID during the 7 days leading up to January 4 is as follows:

A total of 9,040 were fully vaccinated, accounting for 79.6 percent of the total.
A total of 445 were partially vaccinated, or 3.9 percent of the total.
The total unvaccinated was 1,647, or 14.5 percent of the total.
The total number of unknown cases was 219, or 1.9% of the total.

That is, comparing 12% (the percentage of non-jabed cases in Ontario) and 14.5% (the percentage of COVID cases included in the non-jabbed group), non-vaxxed individuals are more than fully vaxxed. Also does not significantly increase your chances of getting a COVID.

Staring Ontario Government Statistics This shows the prevalence per 100,000 unjabbed, fully jabbed, and partially jabed, but support for the story “vaccines reduce the spread of COVID-19”. Is even less. Indeed, vaccinated people are significantly more likely to be infected per person than unvaccinated people. As of January 4, the price per 100,000 is as follows:

Not vaccinated 78.14
Partial vaccination: 78.88
Complete vaccination: 101.40

This data, coupled with the recent findings of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that vaccinated people are “less infectious” than unvaccinated people, suggests that the judicial center for constitutional freedom is correct. It leads to a clear conclusion. The “vaccine” has no beneficial effect. About sending COVID.

Public health officials generally claim that vaxxed is more likely to escape the more serious symptoms of the virus. In the true case, this may voluntarily seduce a person to choose vaccination. It also means that the majority of vaxxed can behave differently than unvaxxed. For example, an infected vaxxed person is more likely to feel sick than an infected vaxxed person. This suggests that infected vaxxed people are more likely to be tested than infected vaxxed people, which increases the number of unpublished unvaxxed infected people. It will also increase the percentage of vaxxed people who actually have a COVID but do not know it. Vaxxed people who believe they are safe may not pay much attention to limiting contact with others. In this scenario, the chances of getting COVID are actually significantly higher for vaxxed than for unvaxxed.

The logic of this will be offensive to those who support the current formal approach to dealing with pandemics. If the government’s main goal is to delay the spread of the disease, they should not want people to be vaccinated with COVID-19 at all. Indeed, data from both levels of government show that vaccine obligations and passports are completely meaningless in terms of disease transmission. This is the only reason the institution has obligations and passports.

In light of the recent findings above, Canadians said organizations suspended and dismissed employees, universities expelled students, and airlines and railroads rejected passengers based on vaccination status. It’s time to start asking why you are.

Rather than being politically correct, but otherwise unreasonable, we need to open up this discussion and focus on what actual experience has shown.

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.

Robert Ryman


Robert Ryman is a public policy expert who has spent more than 40 years as an economist, manager and consultant primarily working in the Federal Government of Canada.

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