810 Quadruple Vaxxed Hospitalised with Covid – 58 Admitted to ICU
Caught in a Web of Their Own Deceit
810 Quadruple vaxxed hospitalised with Covid – 58 admitted to ICU
But not a single vaccine-free person needs hospitalisation with Covid.
The narrative has collapsed.
So, having pushed the failed experiment of mass mandatory vaccination – what do the NSW Liberals do with the election looming?
Hide the data from the public.
NSW respiratory surveillance reports – COVID-19 and influenza
Latest surveillance report
Summary of epidemiological weeks 51 and 52, ending 24 and 31 December 2022
COVID-19 Weekly Data Overview – Epidemiological weeks 51 and 52, ending 24 and 31 December 2022 [Issued 5 January 2023]
- Key indicators for transmission under current settings, including PCR positivity, hospital admissions and admissions from emergency departments are declining.
- There is still a highly mixed group of sub-variants circulating, the BR.2 sub variant is the most common. NSW Health continues to monitor emerging sub-variants including XBB.1.5, of which there have been a small number of detections in the two weeks to 24 December 2022.
- There were 59,652 people diagnosed with COVID-19 in the two weeks to 31 December 2022. COVID-19 cases for week ending 31 December (22,281) decreased 40% compared to the previous week (37,371). PCR testing for COVID-19 has decreased by 42% for week ending 31 December (64,840) compared to the previous week (112,509). The proportion of PCR tests that were positive for COVID-19 has decreased from 20% to 16%.
- The seven-day rolling average of daily hospital admissions decreased to an average of 113 admissions by the end of this week, compared with 141 admissions at the end of the previous week. There were 1779 people with COVID-19 admitted to hospital and 140 people admitted to ICU in the two weeks to 31 December 2022.
- Emergency department presentations for coronaviruses requiring an admission decreased to 482 in week ending 1 January from 562 admissions in the previous week.
- There were 95 COVID-19 deaths reported in the two weeks to 31 December 2022. Of these, 16 (17%) had not received three doses of vaccine. Seven deaths were in people aged under 65 years. Deaths may not have occurred in the week in which they were reported and there may be delays in death registrations due to the holiday period.
Other respiratory viruses summary
Influenza activity is currently at low levels but shows signs of increasing with PCR positivity around 1% for tests reported by the NSW sentinel laboratory network. Influenza activity in the northern hemisphere remains high and vaccination continues to be recommended.
Previous surveillance reports
- COVID-19 Weekly Data Overview – Epidemiological week 50, ending 17 December 2022 [Issued 22 December 2022]
- COVID-19 Weekly Data Overview – Epidemiological week 49, ending 10 December 2022 [Issued 15 December 2022]
- COVID-19 Weekly Data Overview – Epidemiological week 48, ending 3 December 2022 [Issued 8 December 2022]
- COVID-19 Weekly Data Overview – Epidemiological week 47, ending 26 November 2022 [Issued 1 December 2022]
- COVID-19 Weekly Data Overview – Epidemiological week 46, ending 19 November 2022 [Issued 24 November 2022]
- NSW COVID-19 related deaths [31 March 2022]
- In Focus – Vaccination among COVID-19 cases in the NSW Delta outbreak – 16 June to 7 October 2021 [8 November 2021]
- In Focus – COVID-19 in healthcare workers – 1 February to 28 July 2020 [17 January 2021]
- In Focus – Symptom profile for COVID-19 in NSW – 1 July to 12 December 2020 [17 December 2020]
- In Focus – COVID-19 hospitalisations in NSW – 1 January to 19 April 2020 [9 October 2020]
- Symptom profile for COVID-19 in NSW – 1 January to 29 August 2020 [9 October 2020]
- In Focus – Locally acquired COVID-19 cases: A review of the last six weeks [13 August 2020]