In relation to these articles, both of which I agree with, there are some points to be considered. 1. The efficacy of the vaccine diminishes over time 2. There are variants of the virus emerging for which the vaccine wasn't specifically developed 3. Like all vaccines the covid vaccine doesn't give 100% protection Additionally if 0% of the population was vaccinated then 100% of covid deaths would be in the unvaccinated population, if 100% were vaccinated then 100% of covid deaths would be in the vaccinated population. At the moment most countries are somewhere in-between 0% and 100% vaccination. As the virus mutates and the effectiveness of the vaccine subsides then in a population with a high, but old, coverage there would be an increasing death rate in the "vaccinated" population. At some point the number of deaths in the nominally vaccinated population would overtake those in the unvaccinated population, which is what both articles describe. Personally I don't think these articles are an endorsement for remaining unvaccinated but a call for people to be boosted and/ or take the bivalent vaccine which was specifically developed for omicron, although I have seen some reports suggesting that it isn't as effective against omicron as was anticipated. In most countries taking the vaccine or not is now a personal choice and one that should perhaps be discussed with ones health advisor as there is a lot of spurious information floating about.