Vaccine efficacy summary
Fauci downplays vaccine efficacy
In an effort to argue that the COVID-19 vaccines still have some virtue, President Biden’s chief medical adviser said out loud what had become clear to most of the world, that the shots don’t protect people from infection as was promised.
Dr. Anthony Fauci – who tested positive for COVID-19 last month after being quadruple vaccinated – acknowledged Tuesday to the Fox News Channel’s Neil Cavuto that the vaccines “don’t protect overly well” from infection. (Read more about Dr. Fauci’s interview.)
The graph above was published in Clark County Today. From it you can tell that there were 4935 Covid-related deaths in England in April & May of 2022. 288 of those people had been unvaccinated. That means that 6% of the deaths were among unvaccinated people and 94% were among vaccinated people.
Dr. Fauci, we see above, said that Covid vaccines “don’t protect overly well … against infection.” This was followed by Dr. Fauci saying that “they protect quite well against severe disease leading to hospitalization and death.”
That is false. If it were true, 94% of those Covid deaths in England would not have been among the vaccinated.
Also, consider this fact about the state of Maine: “The state with the most COVID hospitalizations is Maine even though it has one of the country’s highest full vaccination rates, which means a person has received their primary series of vaccinations (whether that’s one or two doses) and two weeks have passed since their last dose.” Read more.