pedrodelavega wrote:SixK wrote:the inverse of the representativeness of the non-vaccinated and triple dose groups (I don't know if this is the right expression)

is the following :

60 / 000 = 000 for unvaccinated

60 / 000 = 000 for triple doses

therefore for the same number of people in hospital between vaccinated and unvaccinated, reported as 100 or 000 million, the unvaccinated represent 10 times more.

If you take the figures present under the curve, we are not very far from that:

1087.83 / 156.49 = 6.9

41.77 / 4.74 = 8.8

5 / 0.74 = 6.75

Can I say anything?

I do not know. I don't understand your calculation.

you do: "total population" divided by "vax population" and "total population" divided by "non-vax population".

But I don't see where it leads.

It seems to me that you have to do:

"number of vax population hospitals" divided by "total vax population" X 100000

and "number of hospitals among the non-vax population" divided by "total non-vax population" X 100000

(and brought back by age group, because if the average age is not the same in the 2 groups, it's bias!)

Maybe my calculation is wrong,

it doesn't matter, even taking your calculation, (1*100000/5000000 and 1*100000/30000000)

for 1 non-vaxx case and 1 vaxx case, there is the same ratio of 6 reported to 100000 or 10M.