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96% Of Germans With Omicron Were 'Fully Vaccinated,' 28% Triple Vaxxed, Only 4% Unvaxxed, Government Said In December

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Editor’s Note: This article was published on December 30, 2021. As of January 4, 2022, the Robert Koch Institute now claims that it was incorrect, and that there were actually 1,097 unvaccinated Germans who contracted the Omicron variant.

National File’s original article follows:

A small sample of data released by the German government found that the Omicron coronavirus variant has been overwhelmingly infecting “fully vaccinated people,” including triple vaccinated people, while unvaccinated people remain largely unscathed by the newly discovered strain.

New data released this week shows that 96% of new Omicron coronavirus patients were apparently “fully vaccinated,” while unvaccinated people accounted for only 4% of the infections.

Out of 4,206 patients in the study, 4,020 had been injected with the COVID-19 vaccines.

Out of the thousands of new cases, only 186 individuals were unvaccinated.

Among the study’s sample, 28% of Omicron sufferers were reportedly triple vaccinated, having received the two original doses plus what is being called a “booster” dose.

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Germany’s population is reportedly 71.1% vaccinated.

The findings were released by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), a German federal government agency and research institute responsible for disease control and prevention.

The RKI noted that the report is in “shorter form” due to some “missing data,” but affirmed that “a basic assessment of the general epidemiological situation is nevertheless provided.”

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The findings in Germany appear to run similar to data recently released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which found that the Omicron variant had been overwhelmingly infecting people who had received vaccine injections for COVID-19 to the tune of 80%, as National File previously reported.

As more data surfaces suggesting that the COVID-19 vaccines are unable to prevent the spread of the extremely mild variant of the virus and prevent vaccinated individuals from being infected, nations across the world are rolling out more doses and re-implementing pandemic restrictions on their populations.

In Israel, experts are now warning that too many vaccine injections may cause “immune system fatigue,” and actually compromise the body’s ability to fight the virus, as the nation rolls out a fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose.

In the Netherlands, government officials have announced that they plan to administer as many as six vaccine doses.

“The Netherlands government claims that 89% of adults have received at least one dose of the vaccine, with 85.9% having received two doses, and 20% having already received their first booster.

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Apparently none of this is enough to stop COVID-19, and the only solution is more injections.”

In the United States, reported COVID-19 cases have hit a new world record for a single-day increase in any country. As of today, after hundreds of millions of people received coronavirus vaccine injections, with tens of millions of those individuals receiving “booster” injections, the US is now reporting 484,377 new COVID-19 cases.

Despite so many vaccinated individuals in the US being infected with COVID-19, former President Donald Trump maintains that the controversial injections are one of the “greatest achievements of mankind.”

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