Mainstream media told us it was a “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated.”
But that’s not what the numbers indicate.
Mainstream pundits continue to lie.
Politicians on both sides of the aisle continue to lie.
More and more fully vaccinated individuals are being diagnosed with COVID-19.
This latest report comes from a CDC study that found 3/4 those infected in a Massachusetts breakout were fully vaccinated.
A sobering scientific analysis published Friday of an explosive Massachusetts COVID-19 outbreak fueled by the delta variant found that three-quarters of the people who became infected were fully vaccinated. https://t.co/CCMOxEV745
— The Seattle Times (@seattletimes) July 30, 2021
Critically, the study found that vaccinated individuals carried as much virus in their noses as unvaccinated individuals, and that vaccinated people could spread the virus to each other. https://t.co/K6bklLeWnC
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 30, 2021
What an eye opener for the vaccine warriors
About three-fourths of people infected in a Massachusetts Covid-19 outbreak were fully vaccinated, according to new data published Friday by the CDC.https://t.co/HxGBJ2Luaa
— RookStockPickerㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ (@RookStockPicker) July 31, 2021
Most people infected in Provincetown covid outbreak were vaccinated, CDC study shows – The Washington Post https://t.co/oxHktJlQmw
— abigail stern- #KHive #KamalaHarrisMVP (@abigailstern1) July 31, 2021
74% of people infected with #COVID19 at a new outbreak in MA were fully vaccinated, says the CDC.
It now advises vaccinated people possibly exposed get tested, and backs stronger vaccine/mask requirements — unvaccinated people are 10x more likely to get seriously ill or die. pic.twitter.com/fRYRO1XCjP
— AJ+ (@ajplus) July 30, 2021
From The Washington Post via The Seattle Times:
A sobering scientific analysis published Friday found that three-quarters of the people infected during an explosive COVID-19 outbreak fueled by the delta variant were fully vaccinated. The report on the Massachusetts cases, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, offers key evidence bolstering the hypothesis that vaccinated people can spread the more transmissible variant and may be a factor in the summer surge of infections.
The data, detailed in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, helped convince agency scientists to reverse recommendations on mask-wearing and advise that vaccinated individuals wear masks in indoor public settings in some circumstances.
Critically, the study found that vaccinated individuals carried as much virus in their noses as unvaccinated individuals, strongly suggesting that vaccinated people could spread the virus to each other. The CDC was criticized this week for changing its mask guidance without publishing the data it relied on. The report released Friday contains some of that data.
“This finding is concerning and was a pivotal discovery leading to CDC’s updated mask recommendation,” CDC director Rochelle Walensky said in a statement. “The masking recommendation was updated to ensure the vaccinated public would not unknowingly transmit virus to others, including their unvaccinated or immunocompromised loved ones.”
The outbreak started in early July in Provincetown, at the tip of Cape Cod, a tourist destination known for its party scene. The festive July 4 holiday atmosphere proved ideal for superspreader events.
The new research and reversal in the masking guidance put the public in an uncertain position as August and a new school year approaches. Risk calculations have never been easy in this pandemic, and the viral environment just got murkier.
Scientists said the Provincetown outbreak and other recent data on breakthrough infections make clear that vaccines offer significant protection, as they were designed to, against severe illness and death but do not offer blanket protection against any chance of infection. Only a handful of people in the outbreak were hospitalized. While the data suggest vaccinated people can spread the disease, the extent to which they contribute is not yet clear. Walensky said this week that such transmission occurs on “rare occasions.”
We keep hearing the same counter-argument to vaccinated individuals contracting COVID-19.
The vaccine is supposed to limit severe disease and hospitalizations.
But these reports destroy that narrative:
159 Dead, 593 Hospitalized in Illinois Breakthrough COVID Cases – NBC Chicago https://t.co/cIpm55qtQE
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) July 23, 2021
Tennessee has recorded more than 1,000 breakthrough infections and more than 25 deaths as of Friday last week https://t.co/oed2nF09Tx
— Intl. Business Times (@IBTimes) July 28, 2021
Be careful out there folks…
More Than 5,100 Breakthrough COVID Cases Reported in Massachusetts…
At Least 80 Have Died…https://t.co/ZhZeGLoL6n
— Fighting Liberal (@texyellowdogdem) July 30, 2021
There are a few games I hypothesize that they’re playing now to excuse the future inevitable lockdowns they’ll push for.
- Experimental COVID-19 vaccine-related side effects are being labeled as COVID-19 cases to reduce the number of vaccine-injury reports.
- Those who received the experimental injections are actually more prone to contracting COVID-19, but they keep lying about the real statistics.
- They’re using the fact that the Delta variant is more contagious but less lethal ‘to prove’ that the experimental vaccine limits against severe disease.
The Biden Administration will use these latest CDC findings to institute more lockdowns nationwide.
The real question is how many states will comply?