UK Government Report Admits 42% of the Population in England Is Unvaccinated

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The population of England is 56 million people and a recent government report indicated that 23.5 million, 42% of the population, are unvaccinated. This number includes children under 12 who are not yet eligible to take the Covid shots. An estimated 15.3 million eligible people, 27% of the population, have refused to get jabbed. The media has been lying that there were only 5 million people in England who were unvaccinated, they were made to feel like a small minority, and were blamed for putting the most pressure on the medical establishment, which was another lie. The vaccinated population has accounted for the majority of Covid-19 hospitalizations since August 16, 2021.

For months the British public have been deceived with tales that there are just 5 million people in the United Kingdom who have refused to take up the offer of a Covid-19 vaccine. But today we can reveal that this is a lie.

It is a complete fabrication that has no doubt been used to make those who have refused the jab feel as if they are part of a minority, because an official UK Government report proves that in England alone there are approximately 23.5 million people who have not had a single dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

t was back in September that the British public were told there were 5 million Brits who had so far refused the experimental jabs. Sir Patrick Vallance, the UK’s Chief Scientific Advisor and former president of GlaxoSmithKline, announced in a televised Covid-19 briefing that “There are five million or so people who are eligible for vaccines now who haven’t been vaccinated,”.

Well it turns out the “or so” make up approximately another 10.3 million people in England alone as of December 17th 2021, bringing the grand total of people eligible to have the Covid-19 jab to 15.3 million, and 23.5 million when including all children under the age of 12.

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