In response to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust issued a letter stating that in January, 93% of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 were vaccinated. 77% of those were fully vaccinated with their third dose.
Those who were unvaccinated made up about 7% of the hospitalized COVID patients.
Blackpool Teach Hospitals is a group of eight hospitals serving a population of 1.6 million, run by Chairman Steve Fogg and Chief Executive Trish Armstrong Child.
In its letter, Blackpool Victoria Hospital’s Information Governance Department confirmed:
“I can confirm on 18th of January 2022 there were 182 covid positive inpatients in our Trust within 14 days of their first positive diagnosis.
“Vaccinated with two or more doses – 162
“Vaccinated with one dose – 7
“Unvaccinated - 13
“Of the 162 vaccinated patients 130 had received their booster or 3rd dose.”
These statistics fly in the face of the current COVID narrative, which insists that the vaccine protects against hospitalization and death from COVID-19. World leaders such as US President Joe Biden, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have consistently blamed the unvaccinated for overwhelming hospitals.
“For [the] unvaccinated, we are looking at a winter of severe illness and death — the unvaccinated, for themselves, their families and the hospitals they will soon overwhelm,” Biden said in December.
Blackpool isn’t the first to disclose that the picture inside hospitals is very different than the one world governments are using to justify mandates such as vaccine passports.
This month, AFLDS Frontline News reported that the head of the COVID-19 ward in Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Hospital recently confirmed that 80% of the severe cases are full vaccinated.
“Right now, most of our severe cases are vaccinated,” said Dr. Yaakov Giris. “They received at least three injections. But 70%-80% of the severe cases are vaccinated. So the vaccine has no significance regarding severe illness.”
AFLDS Frontline News reported this month that the Health Ministry of Haryana, India found that the COVID-19 death rate is five times higher among the vaccinated than the unvaccinated.