December 7, 2022

Majority of Americans dying of Covid are vaccinated: study

Majority of Americans dying of Covid are vaccinated: study

The majority of Americans dying from Covid are vaccinated according to a new study, prompting a leading health policy nonprofit to concede that “we can no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated.”

The majority of Americans dying from Covid are vaccinated according to a new study, prompting a leading health policy nonprofit to concede that “we can no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated.”

According to an analysis conducted for The Washington Post by Cynthia Cox, vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation, 58 percent of August 2022 Covid deaths were people who were vaccinated or boosted.

The rate is part of the trend of vaccinated people dying at increasingly higher rates, going from 23 percent of Covid fatalities in September 2021 to more than doubling the percentage in just a year.

“We can no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated,” Cox told The Health 202, the Washington Post’s medical analysis blog.

Still, the publication attempted to cover for the pharmaceutical industry, claiming that this is normal.

“At this point in the pandemic, a large majority of Americans have received at least their primary series of coronavirus vaccines, so it makes sense that vaccinated people are making up a greater share of fatalities,” wrote author McKenzie Beard.

Last year, President Joe Biden made the explosive claim that the upcoming colder months would be a “winter of death” for the unvaccinated.

 “For unvaccinated, we are looking at a winter of severe illness and death… For themselves, their families, and the hospitals they’ll soon overwhelm,” Biden said at a press briefing in December 2021.

The Post Millennial on Twitter: “Biden announces winter of severe illness & death for unvaccinated. pic.twitter.com/EUs8t3viuT / Twitter”

Biden announces winter of severe illness & death for unvaccinated. pic.twitter.com/EUs8t3viuT

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the efficacy of the shots wane over time. A CDC analysis that came out last week urged readers to keep getting their booster shots up to date to keep a low risk of death.

More at: thepostmillennial.com


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