The unvaccinated in NSW simply aren't dying enough.
And they aren't putting a burden on healthcare either.
Interesting observations on the latest surveillance bulletin from NSW, Australia from Roland Brautigam on Twitter, assuming just 3% unvaccinated and 90% vaccine effectiveness:
There should be 9 unvaccinated deaths but there were only 2.
There should be 5 unvaccinated in ICU. There were none.
They should be 60 in hospital (but not ICU). There were none.
Yeah, but, the vaccinated are more likely to be old and frail. OK, it's not working then.
Unless, of course, you're using dose-dependency as a proxy for comorbidity or moribund level?1 Seems to be something of a correlation there?
But we don't do correlations, do we?
What I mean is that there is obviously a strong correlation between dose number and adverse outcome. However, one could try to dismiss this by suggesting that the weakest (with the most comorbidities and/or already on death's doorstep) are also the most likely to be jabbed. I say fine, if this is a valid explanation then at the very least, the jab does not appear to be working at improving their outcomes either, does it? In other words, it doesn't work for those that need it and no one else needs it!