Bloomberg admitting vaccines are not what they hoped

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  • Sat, Aug 21, 2021 - 10:52pm



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    Bloomberg admitting vaccines are not what they hoped

One of the best known outbreaks among vaccinated people occurred in the small beach town of Provincetown, Massachusetts, as thousands of vaccinated and unvaccinated alike gathered on dance floors and at house parties over the Fourth of July weekend to celebrate the holiday — and what seemed like a turning point in the pandemic. About three-fourths of the 469 infections were among vaccinated people.

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    Agreed- Look at the data in Israel; jabbed catch CV

The data out of Israel says it all.  Most of the hospitalized folks are jabbed; where’s the protection? No one in MSM is asking why it NEVER worked.

Funny how this data about a small place in Massachusetts is true, but the outbreak in Martha’s Vineyard after obo’s BD is NOT related per health officials.

The Twilight Zone…

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    Wow – BBC questioning the narrative

There are marked differences in your immune system after a natural infection with coronavirus and after vaccination.
Which is better?
Even asking the question bordered on heresy a year ago, when catching Covid for the first time could be deadly, especially for the elderly or people already in poor health.
Now, we’re no longer starting with zero immunity as the overwhelming majority of people have either been vaccinated or have already caught the virus.
It is now a serious question that has implications for whether children should ever be vaccinated. And whether we use the virus or booster shots to top up immunity in adults. Both have become contentious issues.
“We could be digging ourselves into a hole, for a very long time, where we think we can only keep Covid away by boosting every year,” Prof Eleanor Riley, an immunologist from the University of Edinburgh, told me.

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