Yesterday, I wrote an article on the ridiculous assertion that 100% of cases in Saskatchewan were in the unvaccinated. In that article, I noted that all of the outbreaks were in unvaccinated no-go zones (ie. restaurants, sports arenas, LTC homes, workplaces, and hospitals). In other words, places where, if there are unvaccinated individuals at all, they are a rare minority, not concentrated enough to cause an outbreak purely in the unvaccinated. In fact, in all of these places, the unvaccinated, if they can enter at all, must test negative to enter (even hospitals).
Well, today, Saskatchewan has quietly removed cases by vaccination status, and if you scroll to the very bottom of the linked page, you’ll find this gem:
Thanks for the low-key heads up Saskatchewan, but we already disregarded the data before “this time”.
UPDATE: I wanted to post a quick update and let you decide if this is a misleading report from Global News with the above in context.
Global posted this: “Health officials report that since Jan. 1, the New Cases by Vaccination Status table has shown a significant number of new cases as unvaccinated and this data is under review to ensure that the reports are accurate.”
Look at the wording in the screenshot above (or on the Saskatchewan cases by vaccination status landing page). Notice what is missing from Global’s report. Do you think any regular readers of the media will notice?
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