- Apr 8, 2013
Let's do some simple math then. .0001% of the vaccinated dying from COVID means 1 in 1 million. AFAIK about 165 million have been vaccinated. Meaning about ~165 vaccinated people have died from COVID. Around 310,000 people have died from COVID since the vaccines were introduced.Using percentage of total population is a strong move for propaganda purposes. It greatly irritates me that the media has been parroting those figures. They serve no practical purpose until a pandemic is over, as they'll simply grow by the day.
A meaningful number would be Vaccinated infections, hospitalizations and deaths VS Non in recent days / weeks.
The remaining calculation is more complicated due to the change in the percentage of the population being vaccinated over time. But we're looking at a ballpark of .1% of the COVID deaths, or 1 in 1000, being vaccinated, with half the population currently vaccinated and half unvaccinated. Another way of expressing it is, if you died, there's about a 99.9% chance you were unvaccinated.
Another stat published a couple days back says the unvaccinated account for 97% of covid hospitalizations, based on recent data.