Skip to comments.Less than 0.001% of fully vaccinated Americans died after a Covid-19 breakthrough case, CDC data shows
Posted on 07/31/2021 6:08:14 PM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
Less than 0.004% of people fully vaccinated against Covid-19 experienced a breakthrough case resulting in hospitalization and less than 0.001% died from the disease, according to the latest data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The data highlights what leading health experts across the country have highlighted for months: Covid-19 vaccines are very effective at preventing serious illness and death from Covid-19 and are the country's best shot at slowing the pandemic down and avoiding further suffering.
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Was this before or after the ran it through the climate data change-o-matic computer scrubber?
Oh good, CNN is reporting this! 🙄
So, the same as before the vaccines. I am a bit underwhelmed.
EXCLUSIVE – Covid-19 deaths are rising and official data shows 87% of the people who have died were Vaccinated
Wait...does the chart of ‘data’ look like a hockey stick? :/
Hospitals had more than a year to prepare for any “surge.”
No more lockdowns.
The same percentages for unvaccinated Americans are not that different.
Leave it to non US news services to provide the news.
99+% of the control group for the Pfizer vaccine didn’t even get COVID-19 suring the whole trial.
Technically about the same as most non-vaccinated people...
So why is CDC so concerned about the delta variant? If the unvaccinated are dying, it’s on them. Leave the rest of us alone.
The chances of dying of covid are small with or without one of these so called “vaccines”.
And, what’s the number for the unvaxed?
Compared to what percent of vaccinated Americans?
What percentage of unvaccinated Americans died?
Then add what percentage of vaccinated Americans died from the “vaccine?”
If I could get straight honest answers here it would be HELPFUL
Oh, more trash from the CDC... thanks!!
How do you explain the huge difference between the UK and the US?
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