Here it is. The hospitals can’t cope. Everyone has some T-cell immunity so we no longer get people on ventilators with ARDS, but the apocalypse is unfolding around you. The problems are similar in the Netherlands, the government is scrapping standards for when you can expect an ambulance to arrive. Thousands of COVID patients here are sent home with oxygen bags, so they don’t show up in the statistics.
Note by the way how the curve is down near the bottom in Summer 2021, so it’s not just adverse vaccine effects. If you were vaccinated then your body doesn’t know how to properly fight this virus, it more or less silently spreads in your body until it causes an acute health emergency, which then isn’t registered as being due to SARS-COV-2. All the observed excess mortality in Singapore was in people who had been infected in the past 90 days.
Here’s the problem you’re dealing with. In a given year, 8% of the population gets symptomatically infected by influenza. Now what about SARS-COV-2? Estimates are you’re getting it twice a year right now on average. In other words, you’d expect based on these numbers that you’re looking at an order of magnitude more T-cell depletion at a population level, compared to that caused by influenza. That could put us at risk of positive feedback, as population-wide T-cell depletion makes us susceptible to more viral infections.
Society just can’t cope with people catching this virus twice a year for years to come. If you’ve paid attention to what I’ve written, you understand why people keep catching it and why we don’t enjoy herd immunity right now. Allow me to show you once again what the correct path was:
And now you have to adjust this data for the simple fact that the boosted get tested more often:
It looks like the unvaccinated 38% of the population, has about 5% of the infections. In other words: Without these vaccines, you would have achieved herd immunity. People would still be susceptible upon exposure of course, they would even be able to pass it on, but the r0 would drop below 1. With everyone unvaccinated, you get an Algeria instead:
At every step along the way nature sought to reverse the course, but humans were like some sort of demonically possessed madman, who insists on jumping into traffic with superhuman strength that makes four men unable to stop him. Nature became powerless, incapable of stopping you from pouring out the plague over yourselves.