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Denmark: Covid cases and hospitalizations by vaccine status *33 UPDATES*

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A new thread that will be watching Denmark’s Covid figures. It follows an update to their dashboard on the 10th February 2022 that added more than 20,000 new unvaccinated cases to the previous day’s total.

 

11th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 41,075 (13.62%)
Started vaccination : 5,760 (1.91%)
Full vaccination: 82,337 (27.3%)  
First revaccination: 172,394 (57.17%)
Total fully vaccinated: 254,731
  (84.47%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 457   (18.97%)
Started vaccination: 64 (2.66%)
Full vaccination: 497 (20.63%)
First revaccination: 1,391 (57.74%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,888 (78.37%)


UPDATE 1 – 12th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 40,491 (13.19%)
Started vaccination : 5,420 (1.77%)
Full vaccination: 81,550 (26.56%)
First revaccination: 179,551 (58.48%)
Total fully vaccinated: 261,101
(85.04%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 439 (17.84%)
Started vaccination: 60 (2.44%)
Full vaccination: 505 (20.52%)
First revaccination: 1,457 (59.2%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,017 (79.72%)


UPDATE 2 – 13th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 39,505 (12.78%)
Started vaccination : 5,174 (1.67%)
Full vaccination: 79,682 (25.77%)
First revaccination: 184,841 (59.78%)
Total fully vaccinated: 264,523
(85.55%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 433 (17.54%)
Started vaccination: 49 (1.98%)
Full vaccination: 504 (20.42%)
First revaccination: 1,483 (60.06%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,987 (80.47%)


UPDATE 3 – 14th February 2022 – Denmark are saying that the new additions to cases on the dashboard on the 10th February are reinfections – meaning they have a reinfection rate of 50%+

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 38,323 (12.41%)
Started vaccination : 4,926 (1.6%)
Full vaccination: 77,484 (25.1%)
First revaccination: 187,981 (60.89%)
Total fully vaccinated: 265,465
(85.99%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 415 (16.82%)
Started vaccination: 53 (2.15%)
Full vaccination: 510 (20.66%)
First revaccination: 1,490 (60.37%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,000 (81.03%)


UPDATE 4 – 15th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 36,611 (12.09%)
Started vaccination : 4,552 (1.5%)
Full vaccination: 73,456 (24.25%)
First revaccination: 188,255 (62.16%)
Total fully vaccinated: 261,711
(86.41%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 406 (16.1%)
Started vaccination: 56 (2.23)
Full vaccination: 526 (20.86%)
First revaccination: 1,533 (60.81%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,059 (81.67%)


UPDATE 5 – 16th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 33,662 (11.55%)
Started vaccination : 4,003 (1.37%)
Full vaccination: 67,047 (23%)
First revaccination: 186,772 (64.08%)
Total fully vaccinated: 253,819
(87.08%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 386 (15.24%)
Started vaccination: 49 (1.93%)
Full vaccination: 501 (19.78%)
First revaccination: 1,597 (63.05%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,098 (82.83%)


UPDATE 6 – 17th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 30,815 (11.05%)
Started vaccination : 3,575 (1.28%)
Full vaccination: 61,149 (21.92%)
First revaccination: 183,406 (65.75%)
Total fully vaccinated: 244,555
(87.67%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 379 (14.74%)
Started vaccination: 48 (1.87%)
Full vaccination: 503 (19.56%)
First revaccination: 1,597 (63.83%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,641 (83.39%)


UPDATE 7 – 18th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 28,357 (10.68%)
Started vaccination : 3,224 (1.21%)
Full vaccination: 55,975 (21.09%)
First revaccination: 177,910 (67.02%)
Total fully vaccinated: 233,885
(88.11%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 378 (14.63%)
Started vaccination: 49 (1.9%)
Full vaccination: 486 (18.80%)
First revaccination: 1,671 (64.67%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,157 (83.48%)


UPDATE 8 – 19th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 26,262 (10.3%)
Started vaccination : 2,929 (1.14%)
Full vaccination: 51,544 (20.21%)
First revaccination: 174,318 (68.35%)
Total fully vaccinated: 225,862
(88.56%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 408 (15.47%)
Started vaccination: 47 (1.79%)
Full vaccination: 480 (18.2%)
First revaccination: 1,702 (64.54%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,182 (82.74%)


UPDATE 9 – 20th February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 24,347 (9.99%)
Started vaccination : 2,649 (1.08%)
Full vaccination: 47,617 (19.54%)
First revaccination: 169,104 (69.39%)
Total fully vaccinated: 216,721
(88.93%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 391 (14.88%)
Started vaccination: 49 (1.87%)
Full vaccination: 466 (17.74%)
First revaccination: 1,721 (65.51%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,187 (83.25%)


UPDATE 10 – 21st February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 22,745 (9.61%)
Started vaccination : 2,405 (1.02%)
Full vaccination: 44,895 (18.97%)
First revaccination: 166,636 (70.41%)
Total fully vaccinated: 211,531
(89.38%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 383 (14.65%)
Started vaccination: 45 (1.72%)
Full vaccination: 448 (17.13%)
First revaccination: 1,739 (66.5%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,187 (83.63%)


UPDATE 11 – 22nd February 2022

 

New Covid cases in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 21,300 (9.21%)
Started vaccination : 2,188 (0.95%)
Full vaccination: 42,669 (18.45%)
First revaccination: 165,164 (71.40%)
Total fully vaccinated: 207,833
(89.85%)

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 365 (13.96%)
Started vaccination: 39 (1.49%)
Full vaccination: 434 (16.6%)
First revaccination: 1,777 (67.95%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,211 (84.55%)


UPDATE 12 – 23rd February 2022

CENSORED – Just 12 days after mysteriously adding 20,000 unvaccinated cases to their charts, the SSI stop publishing seven day case data!

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 350 (13.34%)
Started vaccination: 44 (1.68%)
Full vaccination: 434 (16.54%)
First revaccination: 1,796 (68.45%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,211 (84.99%)


UPDATE 13 – 24th February 2022

CENSORED – The SSI stop publishing 7 day case data.

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 338 (12.88%)
Started vaccination: 39 (1.49%)
Full vaccination: 434 (16.53%)
First revaccination: 1,814 (69.1%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,248 (85.63%)


UPDATE 14 – 25th February 2022

CENSORED – The SSI stop publishing 7 day case data.

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 340 (13.22%)
Started vaccination: 35 (1.36%)
Full vaccination: 397 (15.44%)
First revaccination: 1,800 (69.98%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,197 (85.42%)


UPDATE 15 – 26th February 2022

CENSORED – The SSI stop publishing 7 day case data.

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 300 (11.83%)
Started vaccination: 38 (1.5%)
Full vaccination: 382 (15.07%)
First revaccination: 1,815 (71.6%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,197 (86.67%)


UPDATE 16 – 27th February 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 296 (11.81%)
Started vaccination: 40 (1.6%)
Full vaccination: 370 (14.76%)
First revaccination: 1,801 (71.84%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,171 (86.66%)


UPDATE 17 – 28th February 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 283 (11.51%)
Started vaccination: 39 (1.59%)
Full vaccination: 362 (14.72%)
First revaccination: 1,775 (72.18%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,137 (86.90%)


UPDATE 18 – 1st March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 283 (11.78%)
Started vaccination: 39 (1.62%)
Full vaccination: 353 (14.70%)
First revaccination: 1,727 (71.90%)

Total fully vaccinated: 2,080 (86.60%)


UPDATE 19 – 5th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 241 (11.41%)
Started vaccination: 29 (1.37%)
Full vaccination: 277 (13.12%)
First revaccination: 1,565 (74.1%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,842 (87.22%)


UPDATE 20 – 6th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 234 (11.27%)
Started vaccination: 24 (1.16%)
Full vaccination: 257 (12.38%)
First revaccination: 1,561 (75.19%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,818 (87.57%)


UPDATE 21 – 7th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 220 (10.74%)
Started vaccination: 24 (1.17%)
Full vaccination: 256 (12.49%)
First revaccination: 1,549 (75.60%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,805 (88.09%)


UPDATE 22 – 8th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 204 (10.50%)
Started vaccination: 21 (1.08%)
Full vaccination: 228 (11.74%)
First revaccination: 1,489 (76.67%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,717 (88.41%)


UPDATE 23 – 9th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 191 (10.01%)
Started vaccination: 17 (0.89%)
Full vaccination: 222 (11.63%)
First revaccination: 1,479 (77.48%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,701 (89.11%)


UPDATE 24 – 10th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 180 (9.50%)
Started vaccination: 21 (1.11%)
Full vaccination: 222 (11.72%)
First revaccination: 1,471 (77.67%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,693 (89.39%)


UPDATE 25 – 14th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 163 (9.50%)
Started vaccination: 11 (0.64%)
Full vaccination: 199 (11.60%)
First revaccination: 1,343 (78.26%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,542 (89.86%)


UPDATE 26 – 15th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 163 (9.50%)
Started vaccination: 11 (0.64%)
Full vaccination: 199 (11.60%)
First revaccination: 1,343 (78.26%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,542 (89.86%)


UPDATE 27 – 24th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 127 (9.76%)
Started vaccination: 15 (1.15%)
Full vaccination: 132 (10.15%)
First revaccination: 1,027 (78.94%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,159 (89.09%)


UPDATE 28 – 25th March 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 123 (9.43%)
Started vaccination: 18 (1.38%)
Full vaccination: 124 (9.51%)
First revaccination: 1,039 (79.68%)

Total fully vaccinated: 1,163 (89.19%)


UPDATE 29 – 1st April 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 85 (8.46%)
Started vaccination: 10 (1%)
Full vaccination: 94 (9.35%)
First revaccination: 816 (81.19%)

Total fully vaccinated: 910 (90.54%)


UPDATE 30 – 4th April 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 82 (8.54%)
Started vaccination: 11 (1.15%)
Full vaccination: 98 (10.21%)
First revaccination: 769 (80.1%)

Total fully vaccinated: 867 (90.31%)


UPDATE 31 – 22nd April 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 46 (7.73%)
Started vaccination: 8 (1.34%)
Full vaccination: 50 (8.4%)
First revaccination: 491 (82.52%)

Total fully vaccinated: 541 (90.92%)


UPDATE 32 – 3rd May 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 28 (6.25%)
Started vaccination: 1 (0.22%)
Full vaccination: 30 (6.7%)
First revaccination: 491 (86.83%)

Total fully vaccinated: 521 (93.53%)


UPDATE 33 – 5th May 2022

 

Hospitalizations in the last 7 days:
Unvaccinated: 23 (5.91%)
Started vaccination: 1 (0.51%)
Full vaccination: 32 (8.23%)
First revaccination: 332 (85.35%)

Total fully vaccinated: 364 (93.58%)


UPDATE – 11th March 2022

Despite cases and hospitalizations allegedly falling, deaths are still spiralling upwards:


Extraordinary goings on at the SSI. We are left wondering whether we can continue to trust the figures they are publishing any longer.

 


According to data published by the SSI, and then later retracted or amended, over 90% of Covid infections are in the fully vaccinated, and nearly 90% of hospitalizations are fully vaccinated.  These figures are highly indicative of Covid vaccines having a negative benefit

So, now you can see why almost no government dares to publish their raw data for vaccine efficacy – the raw data simply doesn’t fit the narrative they created around vaccination. And when the data doesn’t fit the narrative, they will delete, obfuscate, or amend the data to try to make it fit the narrative. If that doesn’t work, they will then craft a new narrative to fit the inconvenient data.

Not sure? Well, here are some examples of the narrative being altered to fit the data:

Do you recall, back in the Spring of 2021, when vaccine breakthrough infections were routinely described as “rare”?

Vaccine breakthrough infections weren’t rare, so that narrative had to be changed.

Do you remember, early in 2022, when Covid reinfections were described as “rare”?

Reinfections are not rare, so that narrative had to be changed.

Do you remember being told about the “wall of  protection” offered by the vaccines?

Well, it seems that the wall lasts for about 60 days before it needs to be rebuilt.

Do you remember when hospitals were supposed to be full of the unvaccinated?

You can see from the data above, they never were.

Do you remember the “pandemic of the unvaccinated”?

It was bullshit, as we have repeatedly shown by publishing the raw data from England, Scotland, Canada, Wales, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Israel and others.

The new narrative, as you might have noticed by the way, is “Covid is over”. Remind me, is this the third or the fourth time that the pandemic has ended? 

Sadly, for all of us, this pandemic isn’t over. It has hardly begun. The virus is now naturally selecting variants that are able to continue to infect as many people as possible, including the vaccinated. That’s what it does.

In countries across the globe, the vaccinated, and the booster vaccinated in particular, now  represent a majority of the population. They will therefore be at greater risk as the pandemic progresses. That much is already apparent.

It’s no wonder that Denmark has decided to end its vaccination program.


Ifølge data offentliggjort af SSI og senere trukket tilbage eller ændret, er over 90 % af Covid-infektioner hos de fuldt vaccinerede, og næsten 90 % af indlæggelserne er fuldt vaccinerede. Disse tal er meget vejledende for, at Covid-vacciner har en negativ fordel.

Så nu kan du se, hvorfor næsten ingen regering tør offentliggøre deres rådata for vaccineeffektivitet. De rå data passer simpelthen ikke til den fortælling, de skabte omkring vaccination. Og når dataene ikke passer til fortællingen, vil de slette, sløre eller ændre dataene, og hvis det ikke virker, skaber de en ny fortælling, der passer til de ubelejlige data.

Ikke sikker? Nå, her er nogle eksempler på, at fortællingen bliver ændret, så den passer til dataene:

Kan du huske tilbage i foråret 2021, hvor vaccinegennembrudsinfektioner rutinemæssigt blev beskrevet som “sjældne”?

Vaccinegennembrudsinfektioner var ikke sjældne, så den fortælling måtte ændres.

Kan du huske, tidligt i 2022, hvor Covid-reinfektioner blev beskrevet som “sjældne”?

Reinfektioner er ikke sjældne, så den fortælling måtte ændres.

Kan du huske, da hospitalerne skulle være fyldt med uvaccinerede?

Du kan se fra dataene ovenfor, at de aldrig har været det.

Kan du huske “de uvaccineredes pandemi”?

Det var bullshit, som vi gentagne gange har vist ved at offentliggøre rådata fra England, Skotland, Canada, Wales, Danmark, Norge og andre.

Den nye fortælling er, som du måske har bemærket, “Covid er forbi”. Er det tredje eller fjerde gang, at pandemien er afsluttet?

Desværre er dette ikke slut for os alle. Det er næppe begyndt. Virusset udvælger nu naturligt varianter, der er i stand til at inficere flest mennesker. I mange lande udgør de vaccinerede, og især de boostervaccinerede, størstedelen af ​​befolkningen. De vil derfor være i større risiko, efterhånden som pandemien skrider frem. Så meget er allerede tydeligt.


The original figures from Denmark’s Covid dashboard, before it was altered, can be found in this post

Denmark: Over 90% of Covid infections are fully vaccinated *27 UPDATES*

 

Also see our related post:  Denmark – Increase in Covid hospitalizations in psychiatry