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25% Of New Covid Infections In Los Angeles Are FULLY VACCINATED People


At what point should we stop calling this a vaccine and call it what it is?

This is nothing more than a flu shot being pushed on all of us.

According to data out of Los Angeles County, 25% of all new covid cases are fully vaccinated individuals. 25% is a HUGE number, and that kind of risk profile raises the question: is this level of protection worth the risks?

Especially when we are talking about young, healthy people?

This won’t stop the mainstream media, and the deep state talking heads from trying to put that needle in our arms though; Just this week, new, stricter mask mandates came back in certain areas.

Personally, I am beyond fed up with this Covid nonsense. If they can do this for a virus with such a low fatality rate, I wonder what other nonsense they can try to push down our throats.

I’ll let the data speak for itself:

Fox News writes:

Health officials have called the vaccines effective and said breakthrough cases are to be expected, but the number is a noticeable increase from June when fully vaccinated individuals accounted for 20% of the county’s infections, Fox 11 Los Angeles reported.

“As more people are vaccinated, the number of fully vaccinated people becoming infected will increase and with the Delta variant that’s far more infectious, exposures to infections have also increased,” Barbara Ferrer, the public health director from the county, said, according to the station.

There were also differences in the likelihood of infection with each vaccine, as reported by Washington Examiner:

Nearly 0.27% of people fully vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine tested positive among the group examined through July 16, while just 0.09% of those with the Moderna vaccine and 0.15% of those fully vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine tested positive for COVID-19, according to Los Angeles County Public Health.

“While there are small differences in these numbers, they may be in part due to differences in the risk of people who received different vaccines and differences in the timing of each vaccine’s rollout,” the health agency told the local Fox affiliate. “And because these are all very small numbers, all of the vaccines safely provide excellent protection against COVID infection, hospitalization, and death.”


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