Herald Scotland notes that the double-vaccinated Scots are now more likely to be admitted to hospital with Covid compared to the unvaccinated people.
A pretty exciting thing that is definitely worth noting is the fact that the data showing this is called “weird” by the publication.
“It comes amid “weird” data showing that case rates have been lower in unvaccinated individuals than the single, double, or even triple-jabbed since Omicron became the dominant variant in Scotland.”
They also made sure to note the fact that the counterintuitive data from Public Health Scotland (PHS) contradicts previous pandemic trends which have consistently shown infection, hospitalization and death rates to be highest among the unvaccinated.
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Covid breaking news
More and more nations are taking a step back regarding covid restrictions. Check out the latest reports coming from the Czech Republic.
JUST IN – Vaccination against COVID will not become mandatory in the Czech Republic, Prime Minister Petr Fiala said today at a press conference.
“We do not want to deepen the rifts in society,” Fiala added.
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More than that, it’s also been revealed that the new Czech government is “suspending the planned Corona vaccination mandate for people over 60 and healthcare workers.It would have come into force from March.”
Suspending mandatory vaccination
“This does not change our stance on vaccination. It is still undoubtedly the best way to fight covid 19 … however, we do not want to deepen fissures in society,” Fiala said.
Just in case you don’t know, massive protests rocked the previous government, which ordered covid 19 vaccinations for hospital and nursing home staff, police, soldiers, and some other professions, anyone over age 60.