After the Jab: Over One-third of Vaccinated Americans became Covid Infected By Chris Knight (Florida)

Some statistics should speak for themselves, but in the Covid mania, common-sense reason has long evaporated. One-third of fully Covid vaccinated Americans have become infected with Covid. This is leading the mainstream to change its policy line, from the vaccines give you classic immunity, to well, no, the vaxxes are better than nothing, lessening the severity of the disease. That begs the question of vaccine effectiveness, and even if it was so, there is still the probability of an adverse effect from the vaccine to consider, in addition to the effects, if any, of Covid itself.

 

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“Over One-Third of Vaccinated Americans Became Infected With COVID After the Jab: Poll

Newsweek reported:

Over one-third of Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 now say they became infected with the virus after being fully inoculated, signifying how the highly contagious Omicron variant has driven an increase in breakthrough cases.

In a new poll released by Axios/Ispos on Tuesday, 36% of respondents said they either recently tested positive or believe they had COVID after being fully vaccinated. That compares to just 22% of respondents in mid-December, and only 6% from last summer, according to the poll.”

 

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“Over one-third of Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 now say they became infected with the virus after being fully inoculated, signifying how the highly contagious Omicron variant has driven an increase in breakthrough cases.

In a new poll released by Axios/Ispos on Tuesday, 36 percent of respondents said they either recently tested positive or believe they had COVID after being fully vaccinated. That compares to just 22 percent of respondents in mid-December, and only six percent from last summer, according to the poll.

The new numbers show how the Omicron variant, which was first detected in South Africa in November, has quickly ramped up infections across the nation. So far, research has suggested that Omicron is more contagious than other strains of COVID-19 and is more capable of evading levels of immunity.

 

However, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) maintains that two doses of the coronavirus vaccine and a booster shot provides a significant level of protection against the virus. The agency also notes that fully vaccinated people are much less likely to develop serious symptoms or die from the virus than those who are unvaccinated.

In some places across the country, up to 80 percent of those hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.

Caroline Goldzweig, chief medical officer of Cedars-Sinai Medical Network, previously told Newsweek: "The vaccines were never designed to keep us from getting COVID. What they are doing is preventing us from getting really sick from COVID and needing to be hospitalized and dying from COVID."

 

"What we know now is that this Omicron variant seems to get around the vaccines. We also know that immunity starts to wane, it starts to decrease over time in pretty much everyone, and that's why the booster is important to sort of 'rev' your immune system back up and give you protection from these newer variants," she added.

Manhattan Doctor Craig Spencer recently added on Twitter: "Every patient I've seen with Covid that's had a 3rd 'booster' dose has had mild symptoms. By mild I mean mostly sore throat. Lots of sore throats. Also some fatigue, maybe some muscle pain.”

 

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Monday, 17 January 2022