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Gibraltar – the shocking data which must surely make folks question Covid vaccination

Tom Winnifrith
Wednesday 17 November 2021

Not so long ago having two jabs in the UK made one “fully vaccinated” and able to travel without restriction. But now we are told that having two jabs will not stop you catching or spreading the disease and so that the double jabbed will probably soon have the same status as the unjabbed and face restrictions. Unless we get a booster.  But is there any evidence that a booster will work from anyone who did not say the first two jabs worked? Er…. Meanwhile in Gibraltar…


According to Reuters, Gibraltar has administered at least 94,020 doses of COVID vaccines so far. Assuming every person needs 2 doses, that’s enough to have vaccinated about 139.5% of the country’s population. So we can safely say that Gib is the most vaccinated country on earth so if Boris, Sajid, the BBC and all the frigging experts are right, covid will be in retreat. Er…


On 15 November 2020 before the vaccination rollout there were 15 cases. Yesterday, after all those jabs, there were 61 and the number is rising. In simple logical terms can any of the experts speculate as to why this should be?


I am not an anti-vaxxer I just ask questions of “the experts” and hope, vainly, for a logical answer.

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