Words, are important.
Are we agreed that these terms, using the active “breakthrough” is the approved cover for “vaccine” failure, or fake vaccination claims not holding water? The science is staled is it not!
Up to now the mantra has been to follow the data and trust the science. We shouldn’t forget this when it comes to vaccine breakthrough.
Vaccine breakthrough is a marketing and propagandists term. I see only following of the approved data, not analysis of all the data, lots of trusting marketing marketed as science, yea. I see that everyday. Dogma dinners for mass consumption.
Naturally then there is no mention of ADE Bomb or Adverse Events and lots of other things besides.
The last week has been somewhat of a roller coaster. We have gone from a situation where it appeared the country had indeed at last come to suppress Covid-19, to one where the hospital system is again now under severe pressure.
No-one knows why this has happened - as it has all over Europe, in the UK, Germany. The health authorities’ best guess is that increased socialising has led to rapid transmission increases (in retrospect perhaps hardly surprising considering that’s what we’ve encouraged everyone to do since June). The problem is we’re still missing a key piece of the puzzle: is the widespread Covid transmission coming from vaccinated people?
Breakthrough Coronavirus Cases Up 44% In Massachusetts
About 1.2 percent of fully-vaccinated Massachusetts residents have contracted COVID-19. Of those, 468 have died.
Posted Wed, Nov 10, 2021 at 11:15 am ET
The DPH data also shows that, in most cases, the vaccine protects against more serious bouts of COVID-19. Just 0.04% of the fully-vaccinated Massachusetts residents who got a breakthrough case needed to be hospitalized. (Shutterstock)
MASSACHUSETTS — At least 468 Massachusetts residents who have been fully-vaccinated against the coronavirus have died, according to a report released Tuesday by the state Department of Public Health.
The report also showed a 44 percent increase in the number of fully-vaccinated people who have tested positive for COVID-19. There were 4,608 so-called breakthrough cases last week, up 44 percent from 3,192 the previous week. It was the second straight week reported breakthrough cases rose in Massachusetts.
To date, 58,807, or 1.2 percent, of fully-vaccinated Massachusetts residents have tested positive for coronavirus. The DPH data also shows that, in most cases, the vaccine protects against more serious bouts of COVID-19. Just 0.04% of the fully-vaccinated Massachusetts residents who got a breakthrough case needed to be hospitalized.