Whereas the often proclaimed "wave of the unvaccinated" is visible and predictable from the tests and hospital admissions, the wave of the vaccinated rushes through the population like a stealth bomber
In fact, investigations and the results of several studies conducted in the last week do not support the official assessment of the RKI and the government, but rather prove Kekulé right: In Great Britain, the rate of infection of vaccinated people under the delta variant was 44 percent. A study in the USA came to the conclusion that among those infected, as many as three quarters were twice vaccinated. In Israel, among people in critical condition in hospital, just under 60 percent are vaccinated (the latter does not allow any precise information on the extent of the so-called vaccination breakthroughs, but it certainly reveals that the problem is hardly of a negligible nature).
There are also figures for Germany. These clearly contradict the health minister's assessment. The RKI's weekly situation report of 2 September 2021 lists the following figures for vaccination breakthroughs in the last three weeks (p. 19): For children and adolescents: 1.1 percent. In the 18-59 years group: 16.9 percent. For the over-60s: 40.2 per cent, a proportion that is already clearly indicative of the situation in the UK or Israel.