Earlier this week, the CDC published a bombshell report about the reduced risk infection after vaccination.
The report, published to the CDC website on Thursday, reveals information about immunizations for people who have previously contracted COVID-19.
Hidden in the sixth paragraph, about a thousand words into the report, the report states, “Although such laboratory evidence continues to suggest that vaccination provides improved neutralization of SARS-CoV-2 variants, limited evidence in real-world settings to date corroborates the findings that vaccination can provide improved protection for previously infected persons.”
In short, the CDC is conceding they cannot find much evidence that the vaccine works any better than the body’s imune system in people who have previously had Covid.
Oddly, the CDC promoted their Thursday publishing with a press release that contradicted the report’s actual findings. The presser headline read, “New CDC Study: Vaccination Offers Higher Protection than Previous COVID-19 Infection.”
Despite new information revealed in the report, the news has gone virtually unnoticed by the mainstream media.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) tweeted a link to the report over the weekend. It read, “CDC finally conceded yesterday that …LIMITED EVIDENCE IN REAL-WORLD SETTINGS TO DATE CORROBORATES the findings that vaccination can provide improved protection for previously infected individuals.”
CDC finally conceded yesterday that— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) August 7, 2021
“…LIMITED EVIDENCE IN REAL-WORLD SETTINGS TO DATE CORROBORATES the findings that vaccination can provide improved protection for previously infected individuals.”
To date, nearly 36 million Americans have tested positive for COVID-19.