Indeed, C2C’s evaluation of the official government data for Canada’s largest province suggested that the effectiveness had actually become negative – that is, fully vaccinated people were more likely to become infected than unvaccinated people. As noted, these results were consistent with the conclusions in a scientific paper by 12 Ontario (plus one U.S.) public health/university scientists published on MedRxiv on December 30, 2021.
It also quoted a Wall Street Journal article co-authored by a Nobel Laureate in Medicine referencing a Danish study published last December which “found that after 30 days the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines no longer had any statistically significant positive effect against Omicron infections, and after 90 days, their effect went negative – i.e., vaccinated people were more susceptible to Omicron infection.”
Current data from Ontario and the U.S. confirm the analyses previously published in C2C, namely that the vaccines with or without booster shots do not provide meaningful protection against infection by the current variants and, thus, do not prevent transmission. In fact, the current data suggest that susceptibility to infection increases with the number of shots.The Evaporating Effectiveness of Covid-19 Vaccines as Shown by the Newest Ontario Government Data | C2C Journal