Vaccine Efficacy Has Reached Zero, According To CDC Data
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The CDC’s relationship with vaccine and booster efficacy is tenuous, to say the least.
Initially former director Rochelle Walensky claimed that the vaccines were 100% effective against infection, transmission and severe illness, despite there being virtually no evidence to support her statements.
Even after a study of an outbreak in Massachusetts showed that vaccinated people were easily contracting and spreading the virus, they stayed silent while jurisdictions and politicians, including President Joe Biden, enacted vaccine mandates or passports. All based on the lie that there was a significant reduction in transmission from vaccination.
Finally, Walensky did acknowledge publicly that the vaccines couldn’t stop transmission. However it was already far too late to matter.
But all along the agency has strongly stated that the mRNA shots were effective at preventing hospitalizations. Or at least that the latest booster was effective, tacitly acknowledging that the original two dose series has lost whatever impact it once had.
But a new presentation of data, directly from the CDC itself, shows that their relentless effort to promote endless COVID vaccines has been entirely unjustified. Mostly because they don’t actually perform as well as expected.
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