Wasn’t the jab supposed to be the one-stop cure to COVID-19?
Well, obviously it’s not after a recent report by the CDC shows that 9,245 have been diagnosed with COVID-19 even after being fully vaccinated.
So far according to the CDC 132 people have died from COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated.
In Dallas County alone a total of three people have died from COVID-19 after being vaccinated.
The number of documented so-called breakthrough #COVID19 cases—meaning a person gets COVID-19 despite being vaccinated and having 2 or more weeks elapse since their final dose—has climbed above 9,000, according to @CDCgov. https://t.co/5Wsz2pLQ2J
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) May 1, 2021
95,000,000+ fully vaccinated
9,245 infections (0.01%)
594 COVID-related hospitalizations (0.0006%)
112 COVID-related deaths (0.0001%)
— Nicholas A. Christakis (@NAChristakis) May 2, 2021
— Lynnanne Nguyen (@LynnanneFOX4) April 30, 2021
The Epoch Times added more details on the CDC’s most recent report that over 9,000 fully vaccinated people have contracted COVID-19 after getting the jab:
The number of documented so-called breakthrough COVID-19 cases has climbed above 9,000, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
As of April 16, 9,245 people tested positive for COVID-19 at least two weeks after getting their final COVID-19 vaccine, the health agency reported.
About 9 percent, or 835, required hospitalization, and 132 died.
Of the hospitalized patients, 241 were said to be asymptomatic or having an illness not related to COVID-19, and 20 of the deaths were reported as asymptomatic or not related to the disease, which is caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.
The numbers are from 46 U.S. states and territories. It’s not clear which four states are not submitting the breakthrough case figures to the agency, which is known as the CDC.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins confirmed two deaths this week and one on April 16 were caused by breakthrough COVID-19 cases. https://t.co/FQKpHBHLfM
— FOX 4 NEWS (@FOX4) April 30, 2021
Fox 4 News reported that 3 people died in Dallas County from COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated:
County officials said all three had various underlying health conditions.
One death was in a person who was a solid organ transplant recipient, another death was in someone with high-risk underlying health conditions, and one was on immunosuppressant medication.
“The vaccines are great, they’re extremely effective, but they’re not 100% effective,” Dallas County Health Director Dr. Philip Huang said.
In the month of April, Dallas County reported three COVID-19 deaths in people who’ve been fully vaccinated.
“They have had underlying health conditions, on some immunosuppressant medications, things like that. That does affect some of the vaccine response,” Dr. Huang said.
These numbers are more than likely are going to rise in the weeks and months ahead.