Israeli Hospital Director Reports That 70-80 Percent of Serious COVID Cases are Fully Vaccinated
Prof. Jacob Giris, the director of Ichilov Hospital’s coronavirus ward, has confirmed that 80 percent of serious COVID patients in his Israeli hospital are fully vaccinated.
“Right now, most of our severe cases are vaccinated,” Jerris said to Channel 13 News. “They had at least three injections. Between seventy and eighty percent of the serious cases are vaccinated. So, the vaccine has no significance regarding severe illness, which is why just twenty to twenty-five percent of our patients are unvaccinated.”
Jerris also spoke at an Israeli cabinet about problems with the COVID-19 case reporting system that have been frequently stated by so-called “conspiracy theorists.”
“Defining a serious patient is problematic. For example, a patient with a chronic lung disease always had a low level of oxygen, but now he has a positive coronavirus test result which technically makes him a ‘serious coronavirus patient,’ but that’s not accurate. The patient is only in a difficult condition because he has a serious underlying illness,” Jerris said.
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Big League Politics has reported on the immense failure of the Israeli vaccine regime as they have led the world in compliance with the experimental jabs:
“COVID-19 case totals have spiked in the state of Israel, reaching all-time record highs, as citizens are subjected to their fourth round of vaccines.
Ths Israeli government is running out of options as their regime of restrictions and mandated shots have clearly failed.
“There is no control of the omicron wave,” said Sharon Alroy-Preis, the Israeli Health Ministry’s top public health official, during an appearance on Israel’s Channel 13.
“Probably no one is protected from infection,” said Jonathan Halevy, who serves as president of Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.
“It’s a different ballgame altogether,” said Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
“We must keep our eye on the ball if we want to continue engaging and working with an open country as much as possible,” he added.
Bennett is pushing a second booster, bringing the total of vaccine shots recommended for Israeli citizens to four, in order to bolster Big Pharma’s profit margins even though their shots are not stopping the transmission of the virus.
“A week into the fourth dose, we know to a higher degree of certainty that the fourth dose is safe,” Bennett said earlier this week.
“The second piece of news: We know that a week after administration of a fourth dose, we see a five-fold increase in the number of antibodies in the vaccinated person,” he continued.