The mainstream media is scaring people into getting Covid vaccines by publicizing a CDC report that states unvaccinated Los Angeles County residents are 5 times more likely to receive Covid and 29 times more likely to be hospitalized than those who had the shots. However, the term “unvaccinated” is misleading. Unvaccinated is defined as having received a first-dose vaccine during the previous 14 days. This means that anyone who was hospitalized, admitted to ICU, required mechanical breathing, or died within two weeks of receiving the vaccine is considered “unvaccinated.”
The corporate media is using a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to scare Americans into getting Covid vaccinations.
“Unvaccinated LA residents were 29 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19: CDC study,” according to a Yahoo Finance report.
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Even local news propagated the allegation that “unvaccinated L.A. County citizens [are] 5 times more likely to have COVID, 29 times more likely to be hospitalized,” citing the Los Angeles County Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report released on Tuesday.
The classifications for what they consider “completely vaccinated,” “partially vaccinated,” and “unvaccinated” can be seen in a snapshot from the CDC publication.
“Unvaccinated 14 days after receiving the first dose of a 2-dose series or 1 dose of a single-dose vaccine, or if no vaccination registry data were available,” according to the chart.
This means that anyone who was hospitalized, admitted to the intensive care unit, required mechanical breathing, or died within two weeks of receiving the vaccine is considered “unvaccinated.”