CDC study highlights low risk of COVID for vaccinated people – archyde

If you’re still not convinced we should get vaccinated, or still think we need restrictive mandates to fight COVID, then you should check out the latest study from the CDC, highlighted by Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky.

The agency took a look 1.228.664 People who were vaccinated between December 2020 and October 2021 …

  • Of these, 2.256 COVID developed, or 0,1%
  • Of these, 189 had a serious outcome, or 0,01%
  • Of these, 36 died, or 0,0029%
  • Rough 28 of the deceased had four or more Comorbidities including immunosuppression, diabetes and chronic kidney, heart, lung, neurological and / or liver diseases.

In short, if you are vaccinated there is a risk of death or even hospitalization from COVID infinite small. As if you were struck by lightning in your life.

It made headlines that on Tuesday there was a record 145,982 people living with COVID-19 in hospitals across the country. It is likely that 50% of them were admitted for an underlying medical condition rather than COVID in the first place. But more importantly, the vast majority of these people are unvaccinated. We think they were stupid, but they made that choice, they took that risk.

The numbers do not reflect a national crisis. It represents the choices made by a minority of Americans.

Dr. Rochelle Walensky tried that Reduce the COVID-19 panic.
Shawn Thew / Pool via REUTERS

So it’s ridiculous to hobble society and hurt the majority of the people who are vaccinated, most of which are at even lower risks due to their age and general health. The unscrupulous Chicago public schools shut down was not based on science. Neither does the ridiculous rules of wearing a mask for the 30-second walk to a restaurant table, where you can take it off immediately. It’s all a farce.

The CDC has made a lot of mistakes lately, especially in its news. But kudos to Walensky, who at least tried to take action against the panic that is being offered by far too many politicians and media representatives.

When can the rest of us have our lives again?


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