Alyssa Milano has revealed that 90% of her friends have COVID.
But that’s not the most interesting part.
The shocking revelation is that 100% of them are TRIPLE vaxxed.
Yet they still got this disease.
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Of course, Milano didn’t realize her misstep.
She used this to promote the vaccine.
If 100% of her friends are vaxxed and 90% of them got COVID, that doesn’t sound too promising.
In fact, as I write this, I’m unsure if anyone I know even has COVID.
See Milano’s tweet below:
90% of the people I know have covid.
100% are triple vaxxed & thankfully they have mild symptoms.
We need to look at the vaccine like we look at seatbelts. A seatbelt won’t prevent you from getting in an accident but it can prevent serious injury and death.
Wear your seatbelt.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) December 27, 2021
According to Alyssa Milano, nearly everyone she knows has COVID-19, and 100% of those are “triple vaxxed.” And she believes this is a success and a reason to get the vaccine. https://t.co/gFKdlf5629
— Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) December 27, 2021
90% of the people Alyssa Milano knows have covid. 100% of them are triple-vaxxed. Sounds like someone needs to self-isolate some more.
Thanks Alyssa for proving covid vaxxed people are super-spreaders.
— Edgar Allan (@EdgarAllanP09) December 27, 2021
Here’s the ironic part.
Democrats are trying to claim this is a “pandemic of the unvaccinated.”
That’s what Joe Biden said.
But more and more data appears to suggest that it’s the vaccinated who are spreading this disease.
Alyssa Milano’s tweet is yet more proof that COVID is increasingly breaking-through among the vaxxed.
CNN reports that Biden called this the winter of death for the unvaccinated:
President Joe Biden on Thursday warned people who are not vaccinated against Covid-19 are looking at a very bleak and dangerous winter if they do not get their shots soon.
“I want to send a direct message to the American people: Due to the steps we’ve taken Omicron has not yet spread as fast as it would have otherwise done,” Biden said in remarks at the White House following his Covid-19 briefing Thursday.
“But it’s here now and it’s spreading and it’s gonna increase. … We are looking at a winter of severe illness and death for the unvaccinated — for themselves, their families and the hospitals they’ll soon overwhelm. But there’s good news: If you’re vaccinated and you have your booster shot, you’re protected from severe illness and death,” the President added.
Biden also called on individuals to get vaccinated to protect the country’s economic recovery.
“We’re gonna protect our economic recovery. If we do this, we’re gonna keep schools and businesses open … and I want to see everyone around enjoy that. I want to see them enjoy the fact that they’re able to be in school, that businesses are open and the holidays are coming,” he continued.
Biden’s warning comes as a chorus of public health officials are calling on Americans to get boosted to prevent serious illness.
Despite all these warnings, it is clear that breakthrough cases continue to happen.
Alyssa Milano’s tweet is yet more evidence of how quickly this disease is spreading even among the fully vaxxed.
The lefts term “breakthrough cases” STILL means got c0vid while vaaxed.
They can’t spin that fact by giving it a different term…
— 🇺🇸ProudArmyBrat (@leslibless) December 26, 2021
They’re not breakthrough cases, they’re vaccine failures.
— Marcus J (@markjarthur) December 20, 2021
Now, left leaning publications are beginning to change their tune.
They’re attempting to convince us that COVID is here to stay.
They want us to learn to “live with it.”
That’s a great idea…
But there’s only one problem.
That’s exactly what Donald Trump was saying last year!
But they were ridiculing and attacking him.
See how Time Magazine is trying to convince its readers to rethink breakthrough cases:
For most of 2020, avoiding the novel coronavirus was at the heart of almost every piece of public-health advice. Then, vaccinations largely gave Americans their lives back. Breakthrough infections were remarkably rare in the early months of mass vaccination. Only about 10,000 people—or 0.01% of the 101 million U.S. adults who had been fully vaccinated—reported one by the end of April 2021, illustrating that post-vaccine infections were possible, but unlikely.
That changed when the more contagious Delta variant began spreading over the summer and sickening more people who’d had their shots. Now—though vaccinated people remain far more protected than those without their shots—the highly transmissible Omicron variant may force a complete rethinking of breakthrough infections.
A lot remains to be learned about Omicron, but the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned that it is likely to cause breakthrough infections. Early studies suggest COVID-19 vaccines will continue to dramatically limit severe disease and death, but may not be as good at preventing symptomatic disease caused by Omicron, compared to other strains. The variant also arrived at an inopportune time, when vaccine-related immunity was starting to wane for people who had gotten their shots early in the year and hadn’t yet been boosted.
New York City, one of the first places in the country to experience a significant Omicron spike, is recording an average of more than 7,000 cases per day, despite 71% of the city’s population being fully vaccinated and about 1.7 million people receiving boosters. As of Dec. 4, the case rate among fully vaccinated New Yorkers was 97 per 100,000 people—far lower than the 804 cases recorded per 100,000 unvaccinated people, but roughly double the rate observed among vaccinated people a month earlier.
“Even in quite vaccinated parts of the country, [we should expect to] break records in the numbers of new daily cases confirmed because of Omicron,” says Anna Bershteyn, an assistant professor of population health at the New York University Grossman School of Medicine.
COVID-19 vaccines weren’t built to stop all infections, but rather to stop those infections from turning severe or fatal. They’re still doing that job very well, which should relieve the 61% of Americans who are fully vaccinated—and particularly the 30% of that group who have received a booster. Recent studies suggest that booster shots greatly increase antibody levels.
So what are your thoughts?
Are you taking Alyssa Milano’s advice?
Or did she accidentally debunk her own point of view?