Is global vaccination still required?

Probably not

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WHO, fully vaccinate 70% in every country by June 2022

African Union also wants 70%

At 70%

Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia Nepal

Most others under 20%

Dr. Seth Berkley, chief executive Gavi, Covax

This pandemic is not over yet — far from it — and it’s imperative that countries use the doses available to them to protect as much of their population as possible

Gavi, secured $4.8 billion

Africa’s vaccination rate

Fewer than 17% have received a primary immunization

Last month, vaccinations down 35% in Arica

Dr. Isaac Adewole, Nigeria, Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Would like 70%

There was a time people were very desperate to get vaccinated, but the vaccines were not there. And then they realized that without the vaccination, they didn’t die

White House, global covid summit in May, hopes for renewed funding

Democratic Republic of Congo

Covid death rate very low

Surge in measles threatening 20 million children

Christopher Mambula, Doctors Without Border, East Africa

DRC government cannot spare resources for supplementary measles vaccinations

Serum Institute of India

Stopped producing covid vaccines last December

Before omicron

At least 66% of Africans already infected

Shabir Madhi, professor, University of the Witwatersrand

There’s very little value to it. In fact, we will gain much more by getting to more than 90% above the age of 50

Written by Dr. John Campbell

Hello Everyone,My name is John Campbell and I am a retired Nurse Teacher and A and E nurse based in England. I also do some teaching in Asia and Africa when time permits. These videos are to help students to learn the background to all forms of health care. My PhD focused on the development of open learning resources for nurses nationally and internationally.


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  1. Where do they come up with these statistics? In my day almost all kids caught the measles and other childhood diseases, but I do not know anyone who died of the disease. We are told that 30,000 people die in car accidents every year. I know several people who have been killed in car accidents so according to the statistics I should know someone who has died of the measles.

  2. Dr John – In a global online summit held in 2020 – the U.K. alone pledged billions of pounds over 5 years of taxpayers money to GAVI – so one can only suspect that their funding at this juncture – would be way in excess of the $4 billion figure you elude to here ! Not your error sir – but it’s just plain fact ! It seems to me that a global vaccination program for a virus that invariably the majority of the global population have over a 99.7% chance of surviving – is completely absurd when – as you so rightly observe – there are so many other dangerous illnesses where populations – especially in less affluent countries – are so desperately in need of vaccine support ! It seems so strange to me that when the science and data driven evidence clearly suggests that this pathogen is now globally endemic – and robust resistance to it is now so prevalent and clearly so evident as a combined result of global vaccination induced immunity and natural herd immunity – that the powers that be still remain so insistent on vaccinating the entire population with a treatment that is still only authorised for emergency use only that neither prevents infection or transmission of the virus ! – Especially when statistically – we are now so clearly out of any global emergency scenario! As people continue to suffer severe & life changing adverse reactions to this heavily promoted experimental medical treatment promoted by governments worldwide in association with the stranglehold big PHARMA has on the global vaccine consumption / supply & demand model – that very real questions need to be asked as to where we are now going with this ? Maybe the documents recently & openly published by Pfizer to its investors offers some nuggets of truth as to where this all heading 👍🏻

  3. It would be interesting seeing the numbers between city and country , rates of infection .
    Africa , would benifit more from getting shot of the corrupt , and putting their stolen wealth , back into the country , to lift living standards .

  4. It seems to me that the mostly unvaccinated African pandemic is ending and their outcome overall was better than the rich nations where most have been vaccinated. Africa has nearly 5 times as many people as we do here in the U.S. but in the mostly vaccinated U.S. we have 5 times as many deaths and we have much better healthcare. I don't believe in conspiracies but I'm having a hard time trying to make any sense of this. Have we been duped by big pharma and government?..

  5. So if someone has had a prior infection but tests negative for antibodies would he recommend the vaccine for them? He said he would for people who don't have antibodies but not for people who have had a prior infection so this is a bit confusing?

  6. Dr John I just want to make a point about reporting deaths in Africa. There is a tendency to assume that Covid numbers are low in Africa because many deaths are unreported. That is simply not true. These days most areas of Africa are connected by cellphone even if there is only a single phone in the village and people are conscientious (although tardy) in reporting death to the authorities. So deaths counts are likely to be only slightly undercounted. I say this as someone with extensive experience of carrying out national censuses across Africa. As I am sure you are aware Africans take the sad event of death very seriously.

    Thank you for your excellent work on Covid reporting and for including Africa in your coverage.

  7. A better question would be, “was global vaccination ever required?” My response would be, absolutely not. In fact, the “vaccinations” have done far more harm than good and we still have another 9 years to learn the full extent of the misery they will have caused.

  8. The WHOs logo is a serpent. Regardless of what justification one might come up with for this reason, the serpent in itself tells me all I need to know about the organisation

  9. Omicron is doing what the bureaucracies of the world were unable to…immunizing the population. Anyone with a brain knows we should have been using this tool in those at low risk from the beginning of the pandemic by NOT locking them down. Think how many fewer could have died if we had used the only tool available to us initially instead of pretending it would go away if we just hid alone in the dark!

  10. The most effective thing to do with this virus would have been to develop treatments to mitigate the serious effects of the disease. This would have probably been the best approach from the beginning.

  11. Spend $4.8 billion on Covid vaccines or the other dreadful ongoing health issues? Natural Covid Omicron infection has won the race, of course the money should be used for other health purposes. How about measles or hepatitis vaccines for children. Thank you Dr John for a sane calm voice in this obvious money grab.

  12. It’s really simple. The most wealthy people in the world who control pretty much everything decided a very long time ago that they want to eradicate the majority of the entire worlds population. This process is now begun.

  13. My question is, are the countries that have extremely low vaccinations rates having a extremely high morality rate. I'd think that that would be true with what I hear as far as the unvaccinated are the ones in icu and dying the most here in the US. The deaths in those countries should be extremely high shouldn't they.

  14. The freedom of information act has required Pfizer to release documents related to safety and efficacy. This is the information needed to make decisions about vaccination of billions of people. Until this information is released in full, my belief is that resources should be focused on diseases where the efficacy of the medicine is not in doubt.

  15. "So the virus is in Africa. Is it killing fewer people?
    Some speculation has focused on the relative youth of Africans. Their median age is 19 years, compared with 43 in Europe and 38 in the United States. Nearly two-thirds of the population in sub-Saharan Africa is under 25, and only 3 percent is 65 or older. That means far fewer people, comparatively, have lived long enough to develop the health issues (cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease and cancer) that can sharply increase the risk of severe disease and death from Covid. Young people infected by the coronavirus are often asymptomatic, which could account for the low number of reported cases.

    Most people die in their homes, not in hospitals, either because they can’t reach a medical facility or because their families take them home to die. Many deaths are never registered with civil authorities.
    This pattern is common across sub-Saharan Africa. A recent survey by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa found that official registration systems captured only one in three deaths."

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