Study: Unvaccinated individuals are NOT a burden to medical systemsMon 9:44 pm Europe/London, 18 Jul 2022
Friday, July 15, 2022 by: Belle Carter
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(Natural News) A large-scale international study conducted by the Alliance for Natural Health International found that unvaccinated individuals have not been a burden to medical systems, contrary to what the so-called health experts claim.
The advocacy group’s founder Robert Verkerk and his team analyzed data on more than 18,000 unvaccinated people from around the world.
“Only 74 respondents out of the 5,196 (1.4 percent) who reported suspected or known SARS-CoV-2 infection also reported that they were hospitalized following infection. Therefore, outpatient or inpatient hospitalization was reported in just 0.4 percent of the full survey cohort. Of these, 15 were outpatient only, another 15 were hospitalized for less than three days, 26 were hospitalized between three and seven days, 11 for between seven and 14 days, and only 10 for more than 14 days,” the paper included.
The study, which was based on data collected from the Control Group Cooperative (CGC), analyzed the long-term health outcomes and experiences of the individuals through self-reported surveys.
As per the CGC website, there are currently more than 300,000 unvaccinated participants from more than 175 countries involved in this long-term study. This particular research examined the data from the CGC survey conducted from September 2021 through February this year.
The cohort consisted of 18,497 individuals out of the 297,618 people who had joined the CGC by the end of February. Participants were from Europe (40 percent), Oceania (27 percent) and North America (25 percent). Three percent of participants were from South America and Asia, while less than one percent were from Africa. Ages ranged from one to more than 90 years old and most participants are middle-aged.
Participants in the study declined Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination for the following reasons: past vaccine injuries, preference for more natural remedies, lack of trust in pharmaceutical companies and government entities and concerns about the validity of vaccine study results.
The results of the research should be important to policymakers. According to Our World in Data, 60 percent of the world is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 while the 40 percent who aren’t vaccinated have been frequently blamed for the duration and severity of the COVID-19 pandemic, even as vaccination rates reached up to 90 percent in many areas.
The preprint and yet-to-be peer-reviewed report has been uploaded to ResearchGate earlier this month.
Unvaccinated individuals wrongly maligned
According to the study, between 20 and 50 percent of respondents, depending on where they lived, reported being personal targets of hate and discrimination. Many felt victimized for their vaccination status, especially those living in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South America.
The unvaccinated survey participants reported that they were discriminated against in the workplace, by friends or family members and by their respective state authorities. Because of the prejudice in the workplace, respondents suffered heavy economic burdens. They were threatened to “get the vaccine or get fired.” (Related: We must never forgive or forget the war against the unvaccinated.)
Twenty-nine percent of respondents lost their jobs during the five months that the survey was administered.
The study reflected what is happening globally with the people who refused to get the COVID-19 vaccines. Danielle Thornton was one of the thousands of Americans who chose to lose jobs rather than get the jab.
Thornton and her husband had been observing as companies across the U.S. introduced vaccine mandates. Then, in the form of an email on her phone, her ultimatum from the company she worked for almost nine years arrived. “Ultimately, we decided that our freedom was more important than a paycheck,” she said.