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4,000 COVID-19 Cases in Massachusetts are Fully Vaccinated Individuals


Before the experimental jab rollout, we read glowing reports that they were highly effective against COVID-19.

Speaking for the mRNA Moderna & Pfizer experimental jabs, reports stated they were 94-95% effective.

Pro-vaccine Big Pharma shills tell us that breakthrough cases are inevitable.

But should we expect 4,000 COVID-19 cases in fully vaccinated people for one state alone?

That seems awfully high for vaccines that are so effective.

And I’ve heard countless times that the experimental jabs are supposed to limit the severity of the disease and avoid hospitalization.

Not from simply contracting the virus.

If you follow basic vaccine science, that makes zero sense.

However, the scope of vaccinated individuals contracting COVID-19 is far more extensive than they report.

Breitbart reported:

Nearly 4,000 fully vaccinated people in Massachusetts contracted the Chinese coronavirus, according to the state Department of Public Health.

There were 3,791 coronavirus cases reported as of June 12, according to reports.

“We’re learning that many of the breakthrough infections are asymptomatic or they’re very mild and brief in duration,” Boston University infectious diseases specialist Davidson Hamer said, according to the Boston Herald. “The viral load is not very high.”

Breakthroughs, he continued, are “expected,” but he said, “We need to better understand who’s at risk and whether people who have a breakthrough can transmit the virus to others.”

“In some cases, they’ll be shedding such low levels of the virus and won’t be transmitting to others,” he continued.

Because the vaccines are not 100 percent effective, “a small percentage of fully vaccinated people” will “still get sick,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said:

COVID-19 vaccines are effective. However, a small percentage of people who are fully vaccinated will still get COVID-19 if they are exposed to the virus that causes it. These are called “vaccine breakthrough cases.” This means that while people who have been vaccinated are much less likely to get sick, it may still happen. Experts continue to study how common these cases are.

Large-scale clinical studies found that COVID-19 vaccination prevented most people from getting COVID-19. Research also provides growing evidence that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines offer similar protection in real world conditions. While these vaccines are effective, no vaccine prevents illness 100 percent of the time. For any vaccines, there are breakthrough cases. With effectiveness of 90 percent or higher, a small percentage of people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will still get sick and some may be hospitalized or die from COVID-19. It’s also possible that some fully vaccinated people might have infections, but not have symptoms (asymptomatic infections).

This month, two passengers aboard a “fully vaccinated” Celebrity Cruises ship tested positive for the Chinese coronavirus. The cases were discovered as a result of the required end-of-cruise testing.

In reality, the number of breakthrough cases for Massachusetts is likely far higher.

That’s because the 4,000 figure only accounts for hospitalizations and deaths.

The crafty & political CDC revised their guidelines for vaccinated individuals to only count severe breakthrough cases.

LifeSite News explains:

The 3,791 Bay Staters confirmed as breakthrough cases represent just over 0.1 percent of the 3,720,037 people in Massachusetts considered to be fully vaccinated. However, the CDC’s new guidelines on post-vaccination viral breakthrough may have suppressed reports, since only hospitalizations and deaths are now to be recorded when dealing with vaccinated individuals, leaving the majority of symptomatic breakthrough cases of the virus unreported.

LifeSiteNews contacted the Massachusetts DPH for clarification on the number of hospitalizations and deaths recorded among the reported breakthrough cases, as well as the proportion of breakthrough cases of COVID-19 compared with positive tests among the unvaccinated, but did not receive a reply in time for publication.

Overall in the United States, the CDC reported May 28 that, until April 30, 10,262 individuals had contracted COVID-19 in 46 states at least two weeks after receiving their second dose of an mRNA vaccine, around 10 percent of whom fell ill and were hospitalized. Before June 1, 535 of those died with the infection, up 375 from April 30, according to CDC data. The agency said  “breakthrough cases are expected,” but will only occur in “a small fraction of all vaccinated persons and account for a small percentage of all COVID-19 cases.”

Though the CDC expects breakthrough cases to be low, the regulator stopped recording COVID infection in vaccinated people not long after numbers began rising more quickly. Shifting the goalposts, the CDC announced that it would no longer count positive infections among fully vaccinated individuals in its records, only counting COVID cases in the vaccinated if it leads to hospitalization or death from May 1.

Given that around 10 percent of vaccinated individuals were hospitalized with COVID-19, that leaves the remaining 90 percent of breakthrough cases to go unreported.

In the U.K., former chief scientific adviser to the government, Sir David King, himself pro-lockdown and pro-COVID-vaccine, said that “400 new (COVID) cases a day are people who had the vaccine twice,” meaning that “one in 25 new cases (of COVID-19) are people who have been vaccinated.”

New statistics emanating from Britain also suggest that the new variant of the virus currently at large, the Indian variant (also referred to as the Delta variant, originating in India), is responsible for a six-fold increase in deaths among those who have been double jabbed against COVID than those who have not.

Although low in both classes of individuals, 0.00636 percent of fully vaccinated Brits known to have contracted the virus died, which was six times higher than the 0.000957 percent of unvaccinated people who died after testing positive for the virus. Overall, Public Health England reported 73 deaths from the Indian variant in a June 18 briefing, describing the strain as the “dominant variant,” accounting for some “91 percent of sequenced cases” among Britons.

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Additionally, hospitalizations for those carrying the Indian variant is higher among the vaccinated, with 2 percent of 4,087 COVID positive and fully vaccinated individuals being admitted to a hospital. This compares with 1.48 percent of 35,521 COVID positive individuals who were unvaccinated being admitted to hospital.

As I’ve extensively reported, numbers indicate that the experimental jabs are making people more susceptible to the virus.

Thus, increasing the spread of COVID-19.

The trend of highly-vaccinated countries seeing cases/deaths skyrocket began months ago.

And that pattern has continued as analyzed here.

So, it’s not surprising to see a high number of breakthrough cases in highly-vaccinated states.


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