We were told to just take the vaccine and the pandemic would be over but now reports are showing that even vaccinated people are being infected with COVID-19.
After Israel recorded 1,000 new COVID-19 cases (mostly amongst vaccinated people), Prime Minister Naftali Bennett went on record and said that the Pfizer vaccine “works significantly less” against the Delta variant of Covid-19.
Bennett’s statement was backed up from data recorded by Hebrew University researchers who discovered that 60% of patients who have been vaccinated ended up testing positive for Covid-19.
Researchers also discovered 90% of COVID-19 patients over 50 also were vaccinated before testing positive.
— New York Post (@nypost) July 18, 2021
The newest Israeli data indicate ~complete vaccine failure on every level. Remember: Israel used only the @pfizer mRNA shot and followed Pfizer dosing schedule. This data, from the @IsraelMOH telegram account, show nearly all serious cases and deaths are now among the vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/ITqCE3bUrx
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) July 18, 2021
The New York Post covered the new discovery:
Israeli officials are warning that the Pfizer vaccine is “significantly less” effective against the Delta variant of the coronavirus, the strain first seen in India that now accounts for 31 percent of cases in the US.
“We do not know exactly to what degree the vaccine helps, but it is significantly less,” said Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
The shot is still keeping people from getting seriously ill in Israel, where over 60 percent of the population has received a jab. Just 1.6 percent have become critically ill, compared with 4 percent in the pre-vax wave of cases.
Concerns are also rising about the effectiveness of vaccines against the Beta variant, first identified in South Africa.
The UK will require all travelers from France — including the fully vaccinated — to isolate for 10 days when they return because the Beta variant is spreading there, though mostly in the Indian Ocean territories of Reunion and Mayotte.
Israel Health Officials are now even administering a third jab:
📍THIRD SHOTS BEGUN—Israel’s 🇮🇱 Ministry of Health began offering a third dose of Pfizer vaccine to severely immunocompromised adults—likely the first phase to provide booster shots for older people and the most vulnerable, amid #DeltaVariant surge. 🧵https://t.co/LcetrgCMRb pic.twitter.com/HSayimO2b3
— Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) July 12, 2021
The Jerusalem Post got the scoop too:
The effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine against the Delta variant is “weaker” than health officials had hoped, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Friday, as over 1,000 people tested positive for coronavirus and more countries were added to the list of places to which Israelis will be banned from traveling.
“We do not know exactly to what degree the vaccine helps, but it is significantly less,” Bennett said.At the moment, around 60% of the patients in serious conditions have been vaccinated. Moreover, according to Hebrew University researchers who advise the government, around 90% of newly infected people over the age of 50 are fully vaccinated.