Isn’t this a startling development?
As the Delta variation spreads over the world, more information regarding the vaccination and its efficacy against this new COVID strain is becoming available.
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Sky News has now made a surprising new accusation.
According to Sky News, if you have been vaccinated, you are more likely to die from the Delta form.
That is not our position.
We aren’t scientists by any stretch of the imagination.
We’re only relaying what Sky News reported.
They don’t have the same agenda to push as our “news” groups here because they’re a foreign news organization.
Take a look at the following astonishing claim:
This is when things start to get interesting.
What did Sky News have to say about it?
According to Sky News, more people have died from the Delta variant if they had the vaccine than if they hadn’t.
Take a look at what CNN had to say about it.
According to CNN, the vaccination is both safe and effective against the Delta variant:
“It’s critical to remember that the fundamental goal of vaccination is to prevent serious sickness and death. And these vaccines are still quite effective in preventing major illnesses and deaths caused by the Delta variant.” – Mr. Richard Besser, Acting Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) pic.twitter.com/lT5GqgJDOP
It’s impossible for both news organizations to be correct.
One of these assertions is true, while the other is untrue.
Which one is it, exactly?
Delta can harm you even if you’ve been vaccinated, according to Healthline:
The rapid spread of the delta variation in the United States has resulted in an increase in coronavirus cases in some sections of the country, particularly in places where COVID-19 immunization rates are low.
COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths have increased as a result, primarily among those who have not been properly vaccinated.
According to an Associated Press research, nearly all COVID-19 deaths in the United States are now among the unvaccinated.
The majority of these deaths were “completely preventable,” according to Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), who spoke at a White House briefing on June 22.
Although persons who have been fully vaccinated have a lesser risk of serious illness, their health could still be harmed when COVID-19 outbreaks send ripples through the healthcare system, as we’ve seen throughout the epidemic.
Furthermore, children under the age of 12 are not yet eligible for vaccination, putting them at risk of illness, hospitalization, and other problems from coronavirus infection, but at a lower risk than adults.
The fast-spreading delta variant and poor vaccination rates in such areas have resulted in an increase in hospitalizations in various parts of the United States.
According to the CDC, 53.8 percent of all people in the United States have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.
However, in other states in the South and West, the one-dose rate is less than 40%. In several of these counties, the situation is much more bad.
Missouri tops the nation in hospitalizations, with COVID-19 patients who are mostly unvaccinated filling intensive care beds. They’re all “shockingly youthful.”
Fauci has evidently changed his mind.
Before he was for masks, he was against them.
He was opposed to lockdowns before he was in favor of them.
Why is his point of view still valid?
Meanwhile, we are committed to the concept that the American people should have access to all information.
And that the citizens of the United States should be able to make their own medical decisions!