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2,437 fully vaccinated Americans have died of COVID-19, CDC data shows
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More than 2,000 Americans who were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 have died of the virus, data shows.

At least 2,437 fully vaccinated people across the United States have died of COVID-19, as of Aug. 30. Among the total number of breakthrough deaths, 87% were people aged 65 and older and 44% were females, a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed.

During the same period, authorities from across the country also reported 10,471 breakthrough hospitalizations. At least 70% or 7,282 of hospitalizations among the fully vaccinated were people aged 65 and older, while 48% or 5,059 are females. Only 2,409 of the cases were patients who showed no symptoms or their hospitalizations were not COVID-19 related.

Breakthrough COVID-19 cases are on the rise across the U.S. These cases occur when a person who has been fully vaccinated becomes infected with the novel coronavirus. An expert estimates that the U.S. is likely to be reporting 35,000 breakthrough cases every week.



https://www.ibtimes.com/2437-fully-vacci...ws-3291362
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and 654k unvaccinated people have died out of the 40.7 million cases so far. 

654 thousand from 40.7 million? 1.6%
2,437 out of 40.7 million? .006%

I'll take those odds. Won't you?
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The problem is that the 2437 is a CDC number.
It doesnt count real deaths.

The VAERS database is the official database for the US only and reports 4800+.
However the database is relatively unknown, and the reporting process so byzantine that those in the position to report, typically avolid it.
Its estimated that only 1-10% are actually reported.

Make those deaths (US only) 50,000 - 500,000.

Scientific studies which include all reactions have estimated that there is twice the incidence of injury from vaccines as the wuflu.

Injuries here defined as myocarditis, nerve injury (including micro-strokes), pain, loss of sensory function and a host of others - typcially resulting from micro-clotting and syncytia. Much of which *may* be permanent in some degree or other.

While this is also possible from the wuflu (Long Covid), the vaccine is unique in a prolonged and massive exposure to the primary toxin of the virus itself - the S(pike)-protein.

Put simply:
The virus is a short term (mostly) respiratory illness: Acute
The vaccine is a long term circulatory system toxin: Chronic

Expect future heart failure, asthma, diabetes, cancer (syncytial origin), sterility (8% of vaccine winds up in ovaries).
And dementia. The spike has been reported to undergo axonal transport.

Oh....
I should mention here, that most of the info I have noted is from the NIH and related scientific journals.
Including the creator of the mRNA vaccines, Robert Mallone, and a nobel prize winning researcher (whose name escapes me at the moment).

I dont pay attention to quack naturopath of MSM sites. Or Gates pawns like the CDC or WHO.

And to add injury to insult:

Scientific data is itself anti-vaxx ever since the first attempts were made from the MERS episode in the 1970's. All failed.
Or at least all had major problems.
Google FIPS, Mareks.
As a start
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(Sep 10, 2021, 13:29 pm)Iliketacos Wrote: and 654k unvaccinated people have died out of the 40.7 million cases so far. 

654 thousand from 40.7 million? 1.6%
2,437 out of 40.7 million? .006%

I'll take those odds. Won't you?



Rather than indifferently dismissing the number of breakthrough deaths as statistically insignificant, one should reflect on the human aspect of the data. These were human beings, not just numbers on a page. They were people who, like you, believed that the vaccines would protect them from COVID.

This data, regardless of how high or low the numbers are, elucidates the fact that the vaccines fail to protect some people.


Furthermore, the number of deaths listed in this news article are only the REPORTED deaths known to the CDC. No one knows the actual number of breakthrough deaths. Since the beginning of the pandemic, there hasn't exactly been forthrightness in the reporting of data. It is not a stretch of the imagination to assume the data to be underreported.
 

Data collected by The New York Times in August shows that in just a month, the number of breakthrough hospitalizations had risen by roughly 3,600, and the number of breakthrough deaths had gone up another 1,000.

Breakthrough COVID-19 infections are also showing to have more adverse outcomes for older people, who were previously more susceptible to severe illness.

While those over 65 continue to have the highest rates of vaccination, they also account for the greatest percentage of breakthrough-related hospitalizations and deaths—81 percent and 87 percent, respectively—suggesting that their decision to get the shot was not enough to prevent them from facing severe illness.



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Vaccine antibody levels start to wane at around 2–3 months


Published: July 26, 2021


Total antibody levels appear to start declining from as early as six weeks after complete vaccination and can reduce by more than 50% over 10 weeks, according to new data from UCL's Virus Watch study.

These findings were consistent across all groups of people regardless of age, chronic illnesses or sex.

The findings, published as a research letter in The Lancet, include data from over 600 people and show antibody levels are substantially higher following two doses of the Pfizer vaccine than after two doses of the AZ vaccine. They are also much higher in those with prior SARS-CoV-2 infection.

For Pfizer, antibody levels reduced from a median of 7506 U/mL at 21–41 days, to 3320 U/mL at 70 or more days. For Astra Zeneca, antibody levels reduced from a median of 1201 U/mL at 0–20 days to 190 U/mL (67–644) at 70 or more days.

Dr. Maddie Shrotri (UCL Institute of Health Informatics) said: 

Quote:"The levels of antibody following both doses of either the Astra Zeneca or Pfizer vaccine were initially very high, which is likely to be an important part of why they are so protective against severe COVID-19.

"However, we found these levels dropped substantially over the course of two to three months. If they carry on dropping at this rate, we are concerned that the protective effects of the vaccines may also begin to wear off, particularly against new variants; but we cannot yet predict how soon that might happen."

Professor Andrew Hayward (UCL Epidemiology and Health Care) added: 

Quote:"We know vaccines are excellent at preventing severe disease, but they are not perfect, and our data suggest protection will wane over time. With rapidly increasing COVID-19 rates and predictions of very high rates over the next weeks and months it is important that those who are clinically vulnerable, whose antibody levels may now have dropped continue to be cautious.

"When we are planning vaccination programs around the world we need to take waning immunity and the likely need for booster doses into account—with limited global vaccine supply we need to balance protecting our most vulnerable through booster doses with ensuring we play a central role in supporting global vaccination efforts."



https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-07-v...onths.html
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