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Israel - one to watch?


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The Generation Game
On 22/09/2021 at 11:22, The Generation Game said:

 

Stats for the week ending 18/9 showing improved efficacy across the board - for triple jabbed at least (again caveat that I don't know how they are recording cases - whether they use the same criteria for Vaxxed and unvaccinated). 

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 75.2% 42.1% 85.9%

30-39 76.9% 45.9% 87.0%

40-49 77.1% 50.8% 89.8%

50-59 78.2% 52.0% 91.4%

60-69 83.3% 47.4% 92.5%

70-79 75.1% -12.6% 90.7%

80-89 100% 40.4% 92.4%

90+ 100% 48.1% 91.2%

% of the cases this week that are unvaccinated under 20s are 50.9% (up from 48ish last week). 

Week ending 25/9

Double jabbed efficacy figures taking a hit across the board. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (starting to drop in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first). Number of cases this week down over 25% on last week (40,089 from 54,065)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 71.0% 40.4% 89.2%

30-39 74.5% 46.0% 89.1%

40-49 83.5% 47.7% 90.2%

50-59 86.5% 49.5% 92.9%

60-69 83.2% 39.7% 92.9%

70-79 88.0% 5.9% 90.5%

80-89 76.3% 34.8% 90.9%

90+ 100% 39.7% 78.4%

 

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s has stabilised (50.7% - 20,326 of 40,089). 

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Just looking at the trends over the last three weeks, the efficacy changes are shown below:

2 jabs 

Age, T-2 eff, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 42.8 -0.7 -1.7

30-39 49.1 -3.2 -0.1

40-49 53.8 -3.0 -3.1

50-59 50.5 1.5 -2.5

60-69 49.0 -1.6 -7.7

70-79 2.5 -15.1 18.5

80-89 32.4 8.0 -5.6

90+ 39.6 8.5 -8.4

So efficacy changes vary widely but it appears to be dropping by typically 2-3% per week, which is roughly in line with booster timeline. 

 

3 jabs 

Age, T-2 eff, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 67.7 18.2 3.3

30-39 79.7 7.3 2.1

40-49 86.0 3.8 0.4

50-59 89.7 1.7 1.5

60-69 90.5 2.0 0.4

70-79 88.6 2.1 -0.2

80-89 88.0 4.4 -1.5

90+ 88.2 3.0 -12.8

It will be interesting to see how these triple jab figures change next week, particularly in the over 80s, where the efficacy seems to have started dropping. 

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3 minutes ago, Democorruptcy said:

In this WHO portal Israel is now 9th top from 229 countries for cases in the last 14 days, with 1023.8 per 100k.

Its madness they're loading up their population with these jabs, they don't know the longterm consequences of triple jabbing. 

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Democorruptcy
3 minutes ago, Talking Monkey said:

Its madness they're loading up their population with these jabs, they don't know the longterm consequences of triple jabbing. 

4th jab could be due Feb 1st because the Green Pass expires after 6 months for doublers or triplers.

https://israelb.org/2021/09/covid-get-ready-for-4th-jab/

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The Generation Game
14 minutes ago, Democorruptcy said:

In this WHO portal Israel is now 9th top from 229 countries for cases in the last 14 days, with 1023.8 per 100k.

They'll start to plummet down that list (cases are down over 25% in the last week). Their R is around 0.8 and the % of tests that are positive has dropped from around 6% to 3.5% (similarly, their number of tests seems to have dropped from around 150k to 80k). 

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Just now, The Generation Game said:

They'll start to plummet down that list (cases are down over 25% in the last week). Their R is around 0.8 and the % of tests that are positive has dropped from around 6% to 3.5% (similarly, their number of tests seems to have dropped from around 150k to 80k). 

I posted it yesterday and they were 7th so down 2 places today. January will be the interesting time.

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The Generation Game
On 29/09/2021 at 11:01, The Generation Game said:

Week ending 25/9

Double jabbed efficacy figures taking a hit across the board. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (starting to drop in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first). Number of cases this week down over 25% on last week (40,089 from 54,065)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 71.0% 40.4% 89.2%

30-39 74.5% 46.0% 89.1%

40-49 83.5% 47.7% 90.2%

50-59 86.5% 49.5% 92.9%

60-69 83.2% 39.7% 92.9%

70-79 88.0% 5.9% 90.5%

80-89 76.3% 34.8% 90.9%

90+ 100% 39.7% 78.4%

 

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s has stabilised (50.7% - 20,326 of 40,089). 

Week ending 2/10

Double jabbed efficacy figures taking a hit across the board. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (starting to drop in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first). Number of cases this week down nearly 40% on last week (24,742 from 40,089)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 73.8% 39.9% 92.4%

30-39 81.4% 53.1% 90.4%

40-49 81.9% 51.1% 91.0%

50-59 85.1% 57.1% 92.1%

60-69 86.0% 44.5% 92.7%

70-79 81.2% 2.7% 90.1%

80-89 100% 36.0% 90.8%

90+ 100% 22.8% 76.2%

 

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s is now dropping again (49.3% - 12,203 of 24,742). 

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11 minutes ago, The Generation Game said:

Week ending 2/10

Double jabbed efficacy figures taking a hit across the board. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (starting to drop in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first). Number of cases this week down nearly 40% on last week (24,742 from 40,089)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 73.8% 39.9% 92.4%

30-39 81.4% 53.1% 90.4%

40-49 81.9% 51.1% 91.0%

50-59 85.1% 57.1% 92.1%

60-69 86.0% 44.5% 92.7%

70-79 81.2% 2.7% 90.1%

80-89 100% 36.0% 90.8%

90+ 100% 22.8% 76.2%

 

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s is now dropping again (49.3% - 12,203 of 24,742). 

All I can see from that is 1 jab is best, more just makes it worse.

So combining that with the blood data infers that is really natural immunity, innate, cellular etc that is really doing the work now and multiple jabs is buggering it up after a very short lived effect in real terms.

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On 29/09/2021 at 11:24, The Generation Game said:

Just looking at the trends over the last three weeks, the efficacy changes are shown below:

2 jabs 

Age, T-2 eff, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 42.8 -0.7 -1.7

30-39 49.1 -3.2 -0.1

40-49 53.8 -3.0 -3.1

50-59 50.5 1.5 -2.5

60-69 49.0 -1.6 -7.7

70-79 2.5 -15.1 18.5

80-89 32.4 8.0 -5.6

90+ 39.6 8.5 -8.4

So efficacy changes vary widely but it appears to be dropping by typically 2-3% per week, which is roughly in line with booster timeline. 

 

3 jabs 

Age, T-2 eff, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 67.7 18.2 3.3

30-39 79.7 7.3 2.1

40-49 86.0 3.8 0.4

50-59 89.7 1.7 1.5

60-69 90.5 2.0 0.4

70-79 88.6 2.1 -0.2

80-89 88.0 4.4 -1.5

90+ 88.2 3.0 -12.8

It will be interesting to see how these triple jab figures change next week, particularly in the over 80s, where the efficacy seems to have started dropping. 

Updating for latest data (T-2 becomes T-3 etc. to allow for T to be now). 

2 jabs 

Age, T-3 eff, T-2 chg, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 42.8 -0.7 -1.7 -0.5

30-39 49.1 -3.2 -0.1 7.1

40-49 53.8 -3.0 -3.1 3.4

50-59 50.5 1.5 -2.5 7.6

60-69 49.0 -1.6 -7.7 4.8

70-79 2.5 -15.1 18.5 -3.2

80-89 32.4 8.0 -5.6 1.2

90+ 39.6 8.5 -8.4 -16.9

Changes are all over the shop. Increasing efficacy in middle-aged, massively down in 90+. 

 

3 jabs 

Age, T-3 eff, T-2 chg, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 67.7 18.2 3.3 3.2

30-39 79.7 7.3 2.1 1.3

40-49 86.0 3.8 0.4 0.8

50-59 89.7 1.7 1.5 -0.8

60-69 90.5 2.0 0.4 -0.2

70-79 88.6 2.1 -0.2 -0.4

80-89 88.0 4.4 -1.5 -0.1

90+ 88.2 3.0 -12.8 -2.2

Triple jabbed efficacies are steady or rising in most cases. Will start resurrecting the dead soon. 

 

Other things to note are that number of cases are massively coming down (although R from yesterday was showing a slight uptick from current 0.8ish). 

% of tests that are positive is back down to the levels that they were a couple of months back (~2% from something like 7% a couple of weeks back). 

Also interesting to note that number of tests is coming down as well. 

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1 minute ago, Chewing Grass said:

All I can see from that is 1 jab is best, more just makes it worse.

So combining that with the blood data infers that is really natural immunity, innate, cellular etc that is really doing the work now and multiple jabs is buggering it up after a very short lived effect in real terms.

I don't know what to make of it. The number of tests is dropping, the number of cases is dropping, the % of tests that are positive is dropping. 

Maybe their wave is ending? Maybe they've dropped the number of PCR cycles?

What I do like is that they still provide data by # of jabs, so I don't need to watch the fully vaccinated figure drop from 80+ to 58% this week as the booster becomes necessary to achieve "fully" status. 

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59 minutes ago, The Generation Game said:

I don't know what to make of it. The number of tests is dropping, the number of cases is dropping, the % of tests that are positive is dropping. 

Maybe their wave is ending? Maybe they've dropped the number of PCR cycles?

What I do like is that they still provide data by # of jabs, so I don't need to watch the fully vaccinated figure drop from 80+ to 58% this week as the booster becomes necessary to achieve "fully" status. 

Maybe waves pass  through at a rapid (and relatively consistent)  rate - particularly in high density populations, those that are going to get it or get any effects do so in a matter of weeks. Look at the UK data, major metropolitan areas like London, Birmingham, Bristol  current case rates are extremely low and the much higher case rates are in the rural areas well outside those areas.

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1 hour ago, The Generation Game said:

Updating for latest data (T-2 becomes T-3 etc. to allow for T to be now). 

2 jabs 

Age, T-3 eff, T-2 chg, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 42.8 -0.7 -1.7 -0.5

30-39 49.1 -3.2 -0.1 7.1

40-49 53.8 -3.0 -3.1 3.4

50-59 50.5 1.5 -2.5 7.6

60-69 49.0 -1.6 -7.7 4.8

70-79 2.5 -15.1 18.5 -3.2

80-89 32.4 8.0 -5.6 1.2

90+ 39.6 8.5 -8.4 -16.9

Changes are all over the shop. Increasing efficacy in middle-aged, massively down in 90+. 

 

3 jabs 

Age, T-3 eff, T-2 chg, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 67.7 18.2 3.3 3.2

30-39 79.7 7.3 2.1 1.3

40-49 86.0 3.8 0.4 0.8

50-59 89.7 1.7 1.5 -0.8

60-69 90.5 2.0 0.4 -0.2

70-79 88.6 2.1 -0.2 -0.4

80-89 88.0 4.4 -1.5 -0.1

90+ 88.2 3.0 -12.8 -2.2

Triple jabbed efficacies are steady or rising in most cases. Will start resurrecting the dead soon. 

 

Other things to note are that number of cases are massively coming down (although R from yesterday was showing a slight uptick from current 0.8ish). 

% of tests that are positive is back down to the levels that they were a couple of months back (~2% from something like 7% a couple of weeks back). 

Also interesting to note that number of tests is coming down as well. 

 

 

 

"Their" only route out now, is less testing and wind down the PCR for less positives.

"Oooooh look how effective everything is".

Meanwhile the hospitals fill with the young and middle aged with "mystery" illnesses.

 

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Democorruptcy
4 hours ago, The Generation Game said:

I don't know what to make of it. The number of tests is dropping, the number of cases is dropping, the % of tests that are positive is dropping. 

Maybe their wave is ending? Maybe they've dropped the number of PCR cycles?

What I do like is that they still provide data by # of jabs, so I don't need to watch the fully vaccinated figure drop from 80+ to 58% this week as the booster becomes necessary to achieve "fully" status. 

Israel now down to 17th in the new cases last 14 days per 100,000 with 690.

https://portal.who.int/report/eios-covid19-counts/#display=Countries_and_Territories&nrow=2&ncol=3&arr=row&pg=3&labels=new_2wk_case_per_100k,population&sort=new_2wk_case_per_100k;desc&filter=&sidebar=4&fv=

 

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2 hours ago, Bus Stop Boxer said:

 

"Their" only route out now, is less testing and wind down the PCR for less positives.

"Oooooh look how effective everything is".

Meanwhile the hospitals fill with the young and middle aged with "mystery" illnesses.

 

could be the start of the winding down of the vaxx, 3rd dose found to be not essential, pandemic over, vaxx passes no longer required. It's the only way out for the pharma companies and those on their payroll.

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On 06/10/2021 at 17:57, The Generation Game said:

Week ending 2/10

Double jabbed efficacy figures taking a hit across the board. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (starting to drop in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first). Number of cases this week down nearly 40% on last week (24,742 from 40,089)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 73.8% 39.9% 92.4%

30-39 81.4% 53.1% 90.4%

40-49 81.9% 51.1% 91.0%

50-59 85.1% 57.1% 92.1%

60-69 86.0% 44.5% 92.7%

70-79 81.2% 2.7% 90.1%

80-89 100% 36.0% 90.8%

90+ 100% 22.8% 76.2%

 

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s is now dropping again (49.3% - 12,203 of 24,742). 

Week ending 9/10

Double jabbed efficacy figures are suddenly up across the board. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (starting to drop in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first). Number of cases this week down nearly 36% on last week (15,929 from 24,742)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 77.6% 57.1% 91.8%

30-39 81.2% 64.9% 91.2%

40-49 86.2% 60.9% 91.1%

50-59 87.0% 58.3% 92.8%

60-69 87.7% 53.4% 92.7%

70-79 100% 9.3% 89.8%

80-89 100% 65.5% 89.5%

90+ 100% 19.1% 75.1%

 

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s is steady (50.1% - 7,973 of 15,929). 

On 06/10/2021 at 18:11, The Generation Game said:

Updating for latest data (T-2 becomes T-3 etc. to allow for T to be now). 

2 jabs 

Age, T-3 eff, T-2 chg, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 42.8 -0.7 -1.7 -0.5

30-39 49.1 -3.2 -0.1 7.1

40-49 53.8 -3.0 -3.1 3.4

50-59 50.5 1.5 -2.5 7.6

60-69 49.0 -1.6 -7.7 4.8

70-79 2.5 -15.1 18.5 -3.2

80-89 32.4 8.0 -5.6 1.2

90+ 39.6 8.5 -8.4 -16.9

Changes are all over the shop. Increasing efficacy in middle-aged, massively down in 90+. 

 

3 jabs 

Age, T-3 eff, T-2 chg, T-1 chg, T chg

20-29 67.7 18.2 3.3 3.2

30-39 79.7 7.3 2.1 1.3

40-49 86.0 3.8 0.4 0.8

50-59 89.7 1.7 1.5 -0.8

60-69 90.5 2.0 0.4 -0.2

70-79 88.6 2.1 -0.2 -0.4

80-89 88.0 4.4 -1.5 -0.1

90+ 88.2 3.0 -12.8 -2.2

Triple jabbed efficacies are steady or rising in most cases. Will start resurrecting the dead soon. 

 

Other things to note are that number of cases are massively coming down (although R from yesterday was showing a slight uptick from current 0.8ish). 

% of tests that are positive is back down to the levels that they were a couple of months back (~2% from something like 7% a couple of weeks back). 

Also interesting to note that number of tests is coming down as well. 

I'm going to modify the above and just show current and chg this week (you can see the history from other posts). 

2 jabs 

Age, Eff %, Chg

20-29 57.1 (+17.2)

30-39 64.9 (+11.8)

40-49 60.9 (+9.8)

50-59 58.3 (+1.2)

60-69 53.4 (+8.9)

70-79 9.3 (+6.6)

80-89 65.5 (+29.5)

90+ 19.1 (-3.7)

Second wind, change in testing or just bullshit data?

 

3 jabs 

Age, Eff %, Chg

20-29 91.8 (-0.6)

30-39 91.2 (+0.8)

40-49 91.1 (+0.1)

50-59 92.8 (+0.7)

60-69 92.7 (0)

70-79 89.8 (-0.3)

80-89 89.5 (-1.3)

90+ 75.1 (-1.1)

Triple jabbed efficacies are steady or rising in most cases. Will start resurrecting the dead soon. 

 

Other things to note are that number of cases are, again, massively coming down (R was rising a week ago but they don't seem to have R data this week for some reason - edit they've put some text in about it being the weekly average from 10 days ago so this lag will exist going forwards). 

% of tests that are positive is still coming down (1.7% from a high of 8.42% on 2nd Sep). 

Also interesting to note that number of tests is coming down as well (typically 100k per day now, on 2 Sep it was 139k, peak was around 186k tests on 13.9). 

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Couple of odd things in this week's raw data. 

1. Typically the main "cases-among-vaccinated-###" goes up by 2 each week. Last week was 138, week before was 136, today is 144. Might be innocent but something to note. 

2. They have modified the layout of the file this week. 

Previously 1, 2 and 3 jab cases have been split into 1-6, 7-13, 14-20 and 20+ days since jab #. 1 and 3 jab cases have remained as such but 2 jab cases have been split 1-6, 7-13, 14-30, 31-90 and 90+ this week. 

This may just provide more granularity going forwards or it may be deliberate obfuscation to hide something damning. 

Either way, it will require a slight modification to my spreadsheet before I can share the latest efficacy figures. 

 

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On 13/10/2021 at 14:11, The Generation Game said:

Week ending 9/10

Double jabbed efficacy figures are suddenly up across the board. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (starting to drop in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first). Number of cases this week down nearly 36% on last week (15,929 from 24,742)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 77.6% 57.1% 91.8%

30-39 81.2% 64.9% 91.2%

40-49 86.2% 60.9% 91.1%

50-59 87.0% 58.3% 92.8%

60-69 87.7% 53.4% 92.7%

70-79 100% 9.3% 89.8%

80-89 100% 65.5% 89.5%

90+ 100% 19.1% 75.1%

 

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s is steady (50.1% - 7,973 of 15,929). 

I'm going to modify the above and just show current and chg this week (you can see the history from other posts). 

2 jabs 

Age, Eff %, Chg

20-29 57.1 (+17.2)

30-39 64.9 (+11.8)

40-49 60.9 (+9.8)

50-59 58.3 (+1.2)

60-69 53.4 (+8.9)

70-79 9.3 (+6.6)

80-89 65.5 (+29.5)

90+ 19.1 (-3.7)

Second wind, change in testing or just bullshit data?

 

3 jabs 

Age, Eff %, Chg

20-29 91.8 (-0.6)

30-39 91.2 (+0.8)

40-49 91.1 (+0.1)

50-59 92.8 (+0.7)

60-69 92.7 (0)

70-79 89.8 (-0.3)

80-89 89.5 (-1.3)

90+ 75.1 (-1.1)

Triple jabbed efficacies are steady or rising in most cases. Will start resurrecting the dead soon. 

 

Other things to note are that number of cases are, again, massively coming down (R was rising a week ago but they don't seem to have R data this week for some reason - edit they've put some text in about it being the weekly average from 10 days ago so this lag will exist going forwards). 

% of tests that are positive is still coming down (1.7% from a high of 8.42% on 2nd Sep). 

Also interesting to note that number of tests is coming down as well (typically 100k per day now, on 2 Sep it was 139k, peak was around 186k tests on 13.9). 

Week ending 16/10

Double jabbed efficacy figures are generally falling. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (unlike last week, they are rising in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first and dropping in younger groups). Number of cases this week down nearly 32% on last week (10,910 from 15,929)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 78.0% 54.4% 90.4%

30-39 81.0% 62.4% 89.6%

40-49 85.9% 61.5% 89.3%

50-59 86.8% 52.3% 91.3%

60-69 100% 52.6% 93.0%

70-79 100% 20.0% 92.9%

80-89 100% 61.3% 91.2%

90+ 100% 11.3% 100%

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s is up massively (57.7% - 6,293 of 10,910). 

 

2 jabs 

Age, Eff %, Chg

20-29 54.4 (-2.7)

30-39 62.4 (-2.5)

40-49 61.5 (+0.6)

50-59 52.3 (-6.0)

60-69 52.6 (-0.8)

70-79 20.0 (+10.7)

80-89 61.3 (-4.2)

90+ 11.3 (-7.8)

3 jabs 

Age, Eff %, Chg

20-29 90.4 (-1.4)

30-39 89.6 (-1.6)

40-49 89.3 (-1.8)

50-59 91.3 (-1.5)

60-69 93.0 (+0.3)

70-79 92.9 (+3.1)

80-89 91.2 (+1.7)

90+ 100 (+24.9)

Triple jabbed efficacies are falling in the young but still nearly resurrecting the dead in the older groups. 

% of tests that are positive is still coming down (1.2% from a high of 8.42% on 2nd Sep). 

Also interesting to note that number of tests is coming down as well (typically 100k per day now, on 2 Sep it was 139k, peak was around 186k tests on 13.9). 

Latest number of tests has dropped below 100k. Will try and graph some of this data and transfer the pics to my phone so it's more intelligible. Just need a crash course in LibreOffice first so I know what it can and can't do. 

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It's a shame that I only access Dosbods on my phone. My unfamiliarity with LibreOffice means I have plotted some figures for 2 and 3 jab efficacy against time for the Israeli data and taken pics (nice moivre!)

Note that they rebased the population in the 4/9 data so % double / tripled jabbed dropped that week. All subsequent data should be directly comparable. 

There doesn't actually appear to be much of a drop off in efficacy in 2 jabs or 3 jabs for most age groups so why do we need boosters?

 

2 jabs 

 

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11 hours ago, The Generation Game said:

Week ending 16/10

Double jabbed efficacy figures are generally falling. Triple jabbed figures holding up for now (unlike last week, they are rising in the oldest groups who presumably were jabbed first and dropping in younger groups). Number of cases this week down nearly 32% on last week (10,910 from 15,929)

Age range, 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs

20-29 78.0% 54.4% 90.4%

30-39 81.0% 62.4% 89.6%

40-49 85.9% 61.5% 89.3%

50-59 86.8% 52.3% 91.3%

60-69 100% 52.6% 93.0%

70-79 100% 20.0% 92.9%

80-89 100% 61.3% 91.2%

90+ 100% 11.3% 100%

% of all cases occurring in unvaccinated u20s is up massively (57.7% - 6,293 of 10,910). 

 

2 jabs 

Age, Eff %, Chg

20-29 54.4 (-2.7)

30-39 62.4 (-2.5)

40-49 61.5 (+0.6)

50-59 52.3 (-6.0)

60-69 52.6 (-0.8)

70-79 20.0 (+10.7)

80-89 61.3 (-4.2)

90+ 11.3 (-7.8)

3 jabs 

Age, Eff %, Chg

20-29 90.4 (-1.4)

30-39 89.6 (-1.6)

40-49 89.3 (-1.8)

50-59 91.3 (-1.5)

60-69 93.0 (+0.3)

70-79 92.9 (+3.1)

80-89 91.2 (+1.7)

90+ 100 (+24.9)

Triple jabbed efficacies are falling in the young but still nearly resurrecting the dead in the older groups. 

% of tests that are positive is still coming down (1.2% from a high of 8.42% on 2nd Sep). 

Also interesting to note that number of tests is coming down as well (typically 100k per day now, on 2 Sep it was 139k, peak was around 186k tests on 13.9). 

Latest number of tests has dropped below 100k. Will try and graph some of this data and transfer the pics to my phone so it's more intelligible. Just need a crash course in LibreOffice first so I know what it can and can't do. 

It has been suggested that the apparent increases in vaccine efficiency in the older groups is a temporary effect of innate/cellular immunity due to the adjuvant in the influenza vaccine.  The supposition is that the effect will last a few weeks, and then the data will return to trend.

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16 minutes ago, dgul said:

It has been suggested that the apparent increases in vaccine efficiency in the older groups is a temporary effect of innate/cellular immunity due to the adjuvant in the influenza vaccine.  The supposition is that the effect will last a few weeks, and then the data will return to trend.

Wouldn't it also point to the fact that they haven't come into contact with the virus in the last 6 months?

I mean, what's the difference between a booster shot and getting infected with covid to the immune system?

 

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