Here's how: you compare May/June with September as if nothing happened in the meantime:How can 99% of deaths be unvaccinated with information like below publicly available?
"Vermont pretty much blew Fauci's data out of the water for September. "
the 99.2% figure is out of date .
Multiple sources give this figure for the unvaccinated deaths in June,
However the same number came from an AP analysis of government data for May
If everyone is vaccinated, then all deaths are 100% vaccinated. That doesn't mean the vaccination got worse, it just means there are no unprotected people left to die.
Vermont has managed to protect its vulnerable elderly and the health care workers almost entirely:
Because so few unvaccinated vulnerable people are left, Vermont has very few deaths overall, and most of them are vaccinated. This is good.
Your chance of survival is better with protection.
Vermont is still the state with lowest number of Covid deaths per capita in the nation; they must be doing something right!
P.S.: the proper way to study vaccine effectiveness is to match 1000 unvaccinated never infected with 1000 vaccinated never infected and compare what happens; and you can do thr same for previously infected. We've referenced recent studies of this type in the Covid News thread.