NER: Note that vax makers use relative risk reduction to claim 95% efficacy. Much more meaningful is absolute risk reduction, which is only 0.88%. Here is a simple explanation as most people don’t understand the difference.
RISK REDUCTION: Trial A compared a drug with a placebo for the prevention of stroke, the incidence of stroke at 1 year was 3% in the group receiving drug A (treatment group) and 4% in the group receiving placebo (control group); P=0.01.
Relative risk reduction (RRR) is 25% and Absolute risk reduction (ARR) is 1%.
The negative vax efficiency in the video is the percentage by which the vax performs worse than no vax. Anything below zero means you get no benefit but all the side effect risk. It’s a no brainer to not vax, or stop boosters.
Booster efficacy (or lack thereof) visualization
This video has a nice visualization of how well the booster works over time. This is based on UK government data. No surprises here: the booster is mostly helping the virus.
One thing that the vaccine mandates seem to accomplish is to make it easier for the virus to infect you and to prolong the pandemic. This of course is exactly the opposite of what we are being told.
This video provides a nice visualization of the effect of the booster shots over time.
I’m not sure who made the video, but the graphs are consistent with data I’ve seen elsewhere.