The latest official Public Health data shows that the vaccinated population accounted for over 82% of Covid-19 deaths in September, whilst also accounting for 69% of Covid-19 hospitalisations and 54% of alleged Covid-19 cases from September 11th through to October 8th.
The Covid-19 Statistical Report is a weekly report on Covid-19 data published by Public Health Scotland, and the latest update published October 13th confirms that things are getting worse for the fully vaccinated population by the week whilst things improve for the not-vaccinated population.
Table 16 of the report confirms that the majority of Covid-19 cases were among the not-vaccinated population in the week beginning September 11th 2021, accounting for 13,553 cases. Whilst the fully vaccinated population did not lag far behind recording 12,120 cases. However, in the three weeks since the fully vaccinated have accounted for the majority of cases, with the difference between the not-vaccinated getting larger by the week.
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