COVID-19 in Norway
Since the mRNA experiment, on average fourteen times more COVID, three times more hospitalisations and three times as much death.
COVID is over in Norway.
No, not the disease, just the reporting due to “budgetary reasons”.
This is a shame really, because the disease was a whole lot more impactful recently than when it first emerged as the deadly, novel pathogen.
According to the data that was published, the relationship between incidence, hospitalisation and death followed a standard pattern, with the latter two metrics peaking one and three weeks after the former, respectively.
As in the table above, if we look at the summary ratios of hospitalisations and deaths to incidence1 before (orange shading) and after (green shading) the mRNA experiment, at first blush, it looks like the experiment has been a success with both metrics trending down nicely.
But, can we be sure this is due to the “vaccine” or simply because of the other expectations that we have enumerated many times:
Smaller susceptible pool;
Well, inevitably, there’s a clue in the data! In case you missed it in the first chart, there’s an awful lot more COVID in Norway since they rolled out the jab than before.
In fact, if we isolate the evident distributions, we can see some seasonal comparability that allows us to measure exactly how much more.
Yes, a lot more. Not just more incidence but more hospitalisations and deaths too.
Comparing season by season, we actually observe that, on average, there is 13.8 times as much incidence post vax than before, 3.4 times as many hospitalisations and 2.8 times as many deaths.
The first season (spring) - when the jab is supposed to be most effective - coincides with 30% of all Norwegians (and probably all of the “at risk” groups) being “fully vaccinated” but average incidence, hospitalisations, and deaths, as well as the ratios are consistent with the same period before the jab campaign. Well, the ratios are slightly worse at 2.06% vs 1.58% and 0.37% vs 0.34% but who cares? Certainly not anyone in public health!
But if you look at the first chart Feb to April 2021, the hospitalisation-to-incidence ratio is substantially higher than anywhere else. This is exactly at the time that the “vaccine” is supposed to be most effective (before “waning”, ha ha ha!) for the most vulnerable groups. Did the WHO redefine “effective”?
I haven’t even included the second season (summer) because, well, it doesn’t exist! Of course, there was no COVID during the summer of 2020 so there was nothing to compare to summer 2021 when there was plenty enough for the duration of the jab campaign. Go figure!
In the third season (autumn), by which time 75% of the entire population has had at least two doses of the miracle elixir and we’re well into dose 3 for the vulnerable, we’re looking at 6.5 times more COVID, 2.5 times more hospitalisations and 3.5 times more death in the mRNA era compared to the same period before. Yikes! Things are getting worse, not better!!
In the final season (winter 2021 and winter to spring 2022), we’re looking at 20.1 times more COVID, 3.7 times more hospitalisations and “only” 2.0 times more death. Beginning to act more like the common cold in terms of virulence?
So, there you have it. Does it look like the cure is working?
Decide for yourself!
Does it looks like the “vaccine” has made things quite considerably worse than if biology had been left to do what it does best?
P.S. For completeness, here’s the official explanation from FHI but given the ever diminishing dose uptake, I’d say the Norwegians have already worked it out for themselves.
Note: these ratios do not represent typical “rates” like the case/infection fatality rate (IFR) as the true incidence is not known. My incidence is the ratio of positive PCR tests to total PCR tests multiplied by 200,000 so that the ratios look similar to the global IFRs widely reported.
By the way, given the data progression, that would imply that the measures were effective for almost two years before the worst of COVID was unleashed in Norway, mitigated only by the Safe and Effective™ therapy.
And I’ve got a bridge to sell you.