Ah, but doesn’t this just add to the evidence that the vaccines are created by Anglo-saxon lizard people in the pay of Russian oligarchs with an aim to dilute the European gene-pool?
If real-world data shows that they are effective in the UK for over-65s, but the politicians in EU-land say they are ineffective in the over-65s within Europe, isn’t the simplest explanation that the vaccines implant a gps chip which deactivates the human immune system the moment the vaccine crosses into the area between Africa, Ukraine and the Channel? This then kills off the Europeans, allowing African expansion which the Russians will find easier to influence whilst the avaricious anglos grow rich and fat.
Of course, another explanation is that EU politicians and leaders are stupid and spiteful and put playing politics ahead of saving lives. But, hey, what are the chances of that?
I got this from another site I frequent, I don't have a cite for the information because I haven't looked for it but the poster is pretty well placed:
PHS are also releasing their data on vaccinations today as well as PHE. So for Scotland, with 1.14 million people in the study, the results are, well, stunning. Here is the Press Association's version. The baseline was first (and only) injection date plus 3 full weeks.
Quote: Researchers examined coronavirus hospital admissions in Scotland among people who have had their first jab and compared them with those who had not yet received a dose of the vaccine.Scientists from the University of Edinburgh, the University of Strathclyde and Public Health Scotland examined data on people who had received either the Pfizer/BioNTech jab or the one developed by experts at the University of Oxford with AstraZeneca.
By the fourth week after receiving the initial dose, the Pfizer and Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccines were shown to reduce the risk of hospital admission from Covid-19 by up to 85% and 94%, respectively, they found.
Whomever started this AZ nonsense should really be ashamed and held to account.
ETA: This is the Grauniad version: Scotland Covid vaccination drive linked to big drop in hospital admissions