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High vaccination not preventing COVID deaths in South Korea

Very disturbing data worth examining

By Joel S Hirschhorn | March 21, 2022

South Korea’s whole population is currently 86% vaccinated, one of the highest in the world, with about 63% of its population boosted as well. Of countries with 10 million or more people, South Korea is the third most vaccinated in the world and one of the most boosted.

By January of 2022, the Korean Herald reported that 93% of the population aged 18 and up had been “fully vaccinated” with either the two-dose AstraZeneca, Pfizer, or Moderna series or single dose of Johnson and Johnson. Among the elderly, 94% have been fully vaccinated and 78% boosted. All the booster doses have been mRNA-based vaccine product from Pfizer or Moderna.

March 23, 2022 - Posted by | War Crimes |


  1. These hastily produced Vaccines for Covid treatment, have been rushed into production, without proper verification, and are best avoided. I refuse to have anything to do with them, preferring my natural immunity to deal with what is, a normal flu outbreak, which has been “HYPED” by the Western MSM.


    Comment by brianharryaustralia | March 23, 2022 | Reply

  2. Apart from the problem that nobody has defined what covid-19 is, let alone found the ‘virus’ that is supposed to cause it, to anybody still left with a functioning brain, the increase in mortality of the fully vaccinated from covid-19 can only be seen as evidence that the ‘vaccine’ does not work. In fact the only thing that the ‘vaccine’ does successfully is to induce a state of denial in those stupid enough to have taken it.

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    Comment by Bill Francis | March 24, 2022 | Reply

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