96% Of Germans With Omicron Were ‘Fully Vaccinated,’ 28% Triple Vaxxed, Only 4% Unvaxxed, Government Says

(PatrioticPost.com)- According to a sample of data released by the German government, most people getting the Omicron variant of COVID-19 were fully vaccinated against the virus. The data, which was released last week, showed how 96% of Omicron COVID patients were “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19.

Unvaccinated people only accounted for some 4% of Omicron infections.

What does this mean? Well, it’s certainly not good news for the vaccination narrative – but it doesn’t mean that people who took the vaccine are more likely to get the virus. As most of Germany is already vaccinated, it’s logical to suggest that most people who are contracting the new variant would be vaccinated. It simply means that the vaccine isn’t working.

It is also probably reflective of the fact that most people who have not taken the vaccine are not working in medical or other professional environments that require vaccination – meaning they may simply not be reporting their Omicron infection.

Out of 4,206 new cases in Germany, only 186 were unvaccinated. Some 4,020 were vaccinated.

28% of Omicron patients were even triple vaccinated, meaning that they had the original two doses as well as the booster dose.

The data was released by the Robert Koch Institute, a federal government group in Germany that is responsible for researching disease control. This is official stuff – and it proves almost definitively that the vaccine doesn’t prevent people from contracting Omicron.