With millions of people now fully “vaccinated” against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus (COVID-19), it was believed that new “cases” in this population should be on the decline. Recent data, however, suggests that persons who received the vaccine account for roughly half of all deaths from new COVID cases.

Out of 92,000 Delta cases reported up until June 21, 117 people died. Fifty deaths (46%) were in wholly vaccinated people, according to data from Public Health England (PHE).

The so-called “delta variant” is increasing in the United Kingdom among the vaccinated. They were meant to be immune to the virus, according to the previous government and media statements.

The Delta virus is sweeping the United Kingdom, with 146,000 instances reported in the last two weeks, up 72% from the previous week. Delta infections accounted for 97% of cases by mid-June. Delta shows up in 85% of adults who have had at least one immunization dose and 63% who got two, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported.

Even with inoculated patients who test “positive” for COVID, “health authorities” maintain that the shots are “working.”

“Not everyone who is inoculated will respond the same way. Those who are elderly or whose immune systems are faulty, damaged or stressed by some other illness are less likely to mount a robust response than someone younger and fitter,” the scientists said.

Regardless of the findings, WSJ reported the scientists claimed that CCP Virus injections are still “highly effective” since “some people will still be vulnerable to the virus even after receiving their shots.”

“I think it shows the vaccines are working,” stated an English lecturer and infectious disease physician Tom Wingfield, who supports immunizations.

Wingfield said he had seen COVID-19 patients who have had their shots but that they have tended to be frail and elderly or suffering from chronic illness. Healthier people who have been double dosed are much less common, he said.

Meanwhile, the fatality rate from the Delta COVID variant is six times greater among individuals who were fully vaccinated for two weeks or longer than those who never got a shot, according to data released by PHE on Friday, June 18.

The data shows that people who are “fully vaccinated,” meaning they received both doses of an mRNA injection, had a nearly eight times higher mortality rate among those who test positive for the Delta variant.

“This is reminiscent of the ADE (antibody dependent enhancement) phenomenon that has been seen for other vaccine and that has been expressed as a point of concern among many scientists for the COVID vaccines,” experienced researcher Stephanie Seneff at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory told LifeSiteNews.

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