There is no evidence, yet, that the vaccine prevented any hospitalizations or any deaths. The Moderna announcement claimed that eleven cases in the control group were “severe” disease, but “severe” was not defined. If there were any hospitalizations or deaths in either group, the public has not been told. When the risks of an event are small, odds ratios can be misleading about absolute risk. A more meaningful measure of efficacy would be the number to vaccinate to prevent one hospitalization or one death. Those numbers are not available. An estimate of the number to treat from the Moderna trial to prevent a single “case” would be fifteen thousand vaccinations to prevent ninety “cases” or 167 vaccinations per “case” prevented which does not sound nearly as good as 94.5 percent effective.
Source – mises.org
- “…Publicists working for pharmaceutical companies are very smart people. If there were a reduction in mortality from these vaccines, that information would be in the first paragraph of the announcement…There is no evidence, yet, that the vaccine prevented any hospitalizations or any deaths”
What The COVID Vaccine Hype Fails To Mention
Pfizer recently announced that its covid vaccine wasmore than 90 percent“effective”at preventing covid-19. Shortly after this announcement, Moderna announced that its covid vaccine was94.5 percent “effective”at preventing covid-19. Unlike the flu vaccine, which is one shot, both covid vaccines requiretwoshots given three to four weeks apart.Hidden towardthe end of both announcements, were the definitions of “effective.”
Both trials have a treatment group that received the vaccine and a control group that did not. All the trial subjects were covid negative prior to the start of the…
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