“Increases in COVID‑19 are unrelated to levels of vaccination across 68 countries and 2,947 counties in the United States”

So says the European Journal of Epidemiology, publishing the work of S. V. Subramanian and Akhil Kumar. It is quite a short paper, but the graph in it says everything that needs to be said:

Since we now know that vaccination does not stop the spread of Covid-19, the most that can be said for it is that it reduces the severity of the disease among the vaccinated. So it does not bring a public benefit, it brings a private benefit.

So why make it mandatory?

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