It’s the Vaccines, Stupid

The hospitals in Australia and a number of other highly-vaccinated hospitals are overcrowded despite the fact that very few of the patients are infected with Covid:

Something very weird is happening in the state of Western Australia (WA) home to a population of almost 3 million people. The WA state has been locked down and isolated from the COVID-19 impacts in the eastern states.

There are very few COVID cases in locked down Western Australia, which has allowed them time to prepare for the potential arrival of the virus which includes a massive vaccination effort. The state has modeled an anticipated arrival of the COVID virus in early 2022, early next year. However, as the vaccination rates increase, the hospitals are being overwhelmed with new patients and the Premier cannot explain why.

Alex Berernson notes comments made by WA Premier Mark McGowan on October 31st about hospitals being currently overwhelmed. “Our hospitals are under enormous pressure. This is the same in [the rest of Australia]. This has been something no one has ever seen before, the growth in demand in our hospitals, why it is is hard, hard to know… There is huge numbers of people coming through the door, so we’re doing everything we can to try to manage it,” says Premier McGowan.

This is because the cure is quite literally worse than the disease. It’s just more noticeable in Australia and New Zealand because they had so few Covid cases from the start. A German site has chronicled 75 athlete collapses, most of them fatal, since June 2021. That’s 75 more athletes than collapsed and died of Covid.

Between a) the disemployment of the unvaccinated medical workers, b) the number of vaccinated medical workers suffering adverse effects, and c) the adverse effects of the vaccines on the vaccinated population, it appears that hospitals around the world are going to be completely overrun without even having a single Covid patient.

If you know you’re going to need a medical procedure, you’d do well to schedule it sooner rather than later.