With Low Vaccination Rates, Africa’s COVID Deaths Remain Far Below Europe & US


Since the very beginning of the covid panic, the narrative has been this: implement severe lockdowns or your population will experience a bloodbath. Morgues will be overwhelmed, the death total toll will be astounding. On the other hand, we were assured those jurisdictions that do lock down would see only a fraction of the death toll.

Then, once vaccines became available, the narrative was modified to “Get shots in arms and then covid will stop spreading. Those countries without vaccines, on the other hand, will continue to face mass casualties.”

The lockdown narrative, of course, has already been thoroughly overturned. Jurisdictions that did not lock down or adopted only weak and short lockdowns ended up with covid death tolls that were either similar to—or even better than—death tolls in countries that adopted draconian lockdowns. Lockdown advocates said locked-down countries would be overwhelmingly better off. These people were clearly wrong. 

Undaunted by the increasing implausibility of the lockdown narrative, the global health bureaucrats are nonetheless doubling down on forced vaccines—as we now see in Austria—and we continue to be assured that only countries with high vaccination rates can hope to avoid disastrous covid outcomes. 

Yet, the experience in sub-Saharan Africa calls both these narratives into question: Africa’s numbers have been far, far lower than the experts warned would be the case. 


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13 days ago

their so called leaders did not push it if they’re not against it from previous bill & melinda’s menus

Not So Free
Not So Free
12 days ago

Some parts of the continent are using HCQ and Ivermecton, as are parts of India.
They might end up being the majority of the world’s population when this is all finished.

Citizen Joe
Citizen Joe
12 days ago

Industrialized countries have a real problem with immune disorders. It is suspected that this is due to hygiene. We just don’t come into contact with enough bacteria that helps our immune systems. Also, there is a possibility that getting vaccines from birth (dozens) has hurt our immune systems. This may not be the case in sub Saharan Africa. Any thoughts?