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I'm not an anti-vaxxer. I have had 2 Pfizer shots. However more and more I am starting to question the whole thing.

Here is a chart from CTV that shows the percentage of people in each individual province or territory that have been vaccinated.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-vaccination-tracker-how-many-people-in-canada-have-received-shots-1.5247509

We can see by this chart that the NWT has the second highest, (below the Yukon) rate of vaccination in the country

We can also see that Nunavit has the 2nd lowest, (only Saskatchewan is lower) rate of vaccination in the country.

Now here is the CTV chart that shows the rate of infection in each province or territory in the country as well as every state in the US based on cases per million population over 7 days,

https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/covid-19-in-the-u-s-how-do-canada-s-provinces-rank-against-american-states-1.5051033

We see on this chart that the NWT of by far the highest lever in the country and worse than every state except Alaska at 957.6 cases. This is far more than states that have been wide open for months such as Texas.

Then when we look at Nunavit and it is lower that everyone at ZERO cases in spite of the fact that in Canada it has the 2nd lowest rate of vaccination.

As I asked in the heading, how do we explain this other than to conclude the vaccines aren't working?

 

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10 hours ago, GDR said:

I'm not an anti-vaxxer. I have had 2 Pfizer shots. However more and more I am starting to question the whole thing.

Here is a chart from CTV that shows the percentage of people in each individual province or territory that have been vaccinated.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-vaccination-tracker-how-many-people-in-canada-have-received-shots-1.5247509

We can see by this chart that the NWT has the second highest, (below the Yukon) rate of vaccination in the country

We can also see that Nunavit has the 2nd lowest, (only Saskatchewan is lower) rate of vaccination in the country.

Now here is the CTV chart that shows the rate of infection in each province or territory in the country as well as every state in the US based on cases per million population over 7 days,

https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/covid-19-in-the-u-s-how-do-canada-s-provinces-rank-against-american-states-1.5051033

We see on this chart that the NWT of by far the highest lever in the country and worse than every state except Alaska at 957.6 cases. This is far more than states that have been wide open for months such as Texas.

Then when we look at Nunavit and it is lower that everyone at ZERO cases in spite of the fact that in Canada it has the 2nd lowest rate of vaccination.

As I asked in the heading, how do we explain this other than to conclude the vaccines aren't working?

 

It is a good question. I don’t have anything definitive but I have had a theory that one of the main vectors of this disease has been kids unaware they are infected. 
 

Workers at residences near me appeared to be new Canadians, which tend to have larger families. Worker goes home, hugs the kids(and kids are more likely to be out playing), gets Covid(which is contagious before becoming symptomatic) and spreads the disease. My point: the kids are a key spreading point.

I suspect Nunuvut has plenty of asymptomatic Covid in its children(which are a very high percentage of the population) without them really being aware while adults have been vaccinated at a high rate protecting them.

Locations can be remote there. Maybe testing is difficult leading to a lot of undetected Covid. In addition, with so many kids playing together, the disease may have swept through already in the under 12’s and be mostly over and done with.

But just a theory.
 

 

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Using the same charts we can again look at current results

BC has 84.1% of those eligible fully vaccinated  and with 112.9 cases per million population

Florida has 59.5% pf those eligible fully vaccinated and 96.9 cases per million.

Maybe the difference is in how patients are treated. Florida puts this out to the public. 

https://floridahealthcovid19.gov/monoclonal-antibody-therapy/

 

We were told that we wouldn't develop natural immunity but turns out that likely isn't the case

https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/natural-immunity-covid-19-vaccination-1.6223784

In BC all they promote is more vaccines, where it is now suggested we get a 3rd dose.

There are other treatments coming to light that don't get promoted.

https://globalnews.ca/news/8329782/fluvoxamine-covid-treatment-study/

After being told that there natural immunity doesn't exist for Covid we are now finding out that it does.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/natural-immunity-covid-19-vaccination-1.6223784

 

NWT has 91.7% vaccinated and 375.4 cases per million

Nunavit 78.0% vaccinated and 0.0 cases per million

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