Figures released by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Our World in Data showed that countries with high vaccination rates have more deaths and hospitalizations compared to countries with low vaccination records.
The data was culled from the start of a worldwide vaccination program from December 2020 to September 2021 by oncologist and statistician Gerard Delepine, who said current assessment of the most vaccinated countries proved the impossibility of obtaining immunity through vaccination.
The vaccination in Gibraltar, which has 34,000 inhabitants, started in December 2020. Gibraltar, a British overseas territory on Spain’s south coast, had 1,040 confirmed cases and five deaths attributed to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) before the mass vaccination program. It achieved 115 percent coverage for its Astra Zeneca injections, which included visitors from Spain.
Instead of reduced infections following its mass vaccination program, deaths increased 19-fold to 2,853 while infections ballooned to 5,314, a five-fold increase. Those responsible for the policy denied that vaccination has a link to the results, though it was very clear that 115 percent vaccination coverage does not protect against the disease.