Call It What It Is, CDC

It isn’t “almost like a different novel virus”.

The CDC finally got around to admitting on what they based its latest wear a mask flip.

During July 2021, 469 cases of COVID-19 associated with multiple summer events and large public gatherings in a town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, were identified among Massachusetts residents; vaccination coverage among eligible Massachusetts residents was 69%. Approximately three quarters (346; 74%) of cases occurred in fully vaccinated persons (those who had completed a 2-dose course of mRNA vaccine [Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna] or had received a single dose of Janssen [Johnson & Johnson] vaccine ≥14 days before exposure). Genomic sequencing of specimens from 133 patients identified the B.1.617.2 (Delta) variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in 119 (89%) and the Delta AY.3 sublineage in one (1%).

It acts like a novel coronavirus.

None of the three COVID-19 pseudovaccines work on it.

It has spike proteins that differ from that of SARS-CoV-2.

Admit that “delta” is really SARS-CoV-3, and the disease is COVID-20 (“Delta” was first noted in October 2020).

But no; we must stick with the narrative of a continuing COVID-19 pandemic.

Added: I had this waiting in another tab when I wrote the above. I should have read it before posting.

Because it supports my delta is another novel coronavirus theory.

While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stopped comprehensively tracking what are known as vaccine breakthrough cases in May, the consequences of that choice are only now beginning to show.

At the time, the agency had identified only 10,262 cases across the U.S. where a fully vaccinated person had tested positive for Covid. Most people who got infected after vaccination showed few symptoms, and appeared to be at low risk of infecting others.

But in the months since, the number of vaccine breakthrough cases has grown, as has the risk that they present. And while the CDC has stopped tracking such cases, many states have not. Bloomberg gathered data from 35 states and identified 111,748 vaccine breakthrough cases through the end of July, more than 10 times the CDC’s end-of-April tally.

Again, the current pseudovaccines are not effective against this novel virus, and it’s even worse than the CDC thought/admitted. Funny how they decided not to track all “breakthrough” cases, just as they climbed. As if they couldn’t risk the one big COVID-19 pandemic narrative.

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