Austrian Constitutional Court questions (General)

by dulan drift, Monday, January 31, 2022, 20:45 (155 days ago) @ dulan drift

This is from the Constitutional Court of Austria, which is examining the justifications for the frightening mandate being instituted in Austria. There are some good questions - very interested to hear the answers. This could be the inquiry the world has to have.

The ‘lockdown for the unvaccinated’ is likely to be based, among other things, on the consideration that persons with(out) (i assuming a typo) Covid vaccination have a higher risk of hospitalisation than vaccinated persons, which is likely to entail a higher risk for the healthcare system

What is the effect of the ‘lockdown for the unvaccinated on the hospital burden, expressed in percentages?

We came to the conclusion that the lockdown for unvaccinated people in Austria is only justifiable in the event of the threat of an imminent overburdening of intensive-care capacity

The Constitutional Court therefore requests information as to whether the hospitalisation or death numbers given … include all persons infected with SARS-CoV-2 who are hospitalised in normal or intensive care units or who have died ‘of or with’ SARS-CoV-2? If so, why is this method of counting chosen?

The court asked for information on which virus variants were associated with these numbers, a breakdown by age cohort, and for “percentage allocation” outlining where infections occurred, such as family, work, shopping or leisure activities.

By what factor does wearing an FFP2 mask indoors or outdoors reduce the risk of infection or transmission?

In media reports, there was talk of up to 95 per cent (vax efficiency). Now, the general risk of dying from Covid-19 (not differentiated by age and health status) currently appears to be 0.1516 per cent.

What does a stated vaccination efficacy of, for example, 95 per cent refer to? What do absolute and relative risk reduction mean in this context?

The letter also requested the Covid-related hospitalisation risk over a one-year period for an unvaccinated 25-year-old compared with a double-vaccinated 25-year-old, and the same for a 65-year-old

In December, the Der Standard newspaper reported that there were one-third fewer Covid-19 deaths in 2021 compared with the previous year, but that weekly excess mortality was higher.

Is this true? If so, what was the total excess mortality in 2021 that could not be explained by Covid-19 deaths, and what is the explanation for this excess mortality?

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