Thursday, December 28, 2023

COVID-19 Vaccine Assurances Aren’t Convincing The Public; Yawn: Latest CDC Fearmongering On COVID Hospitalizations Falls Flat, and other C-Virus related stories

Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times
COVID-19 vaccine assurances aren’t convincing the public:
The smoke is finally clearing from the coronavirus battle.
The picture emerging is one of shortcomings in government-approved vaccines, which are raising serious questions about past and present assurances that the mandated drugs were and are “safe and effective.”
Experts disputing the efficacy of these novel medications must be heard and the reliability of these treatments validated before officials repeat the mistakes made at the height of the COVID-19 era whenever the next pandemic is declared.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton may uncover some of those answers through his lawsuit against the drugmaker Pfizer for purportedly violating the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
In a 54-page complaint filed last month, Mr. Paxton writes:
“In summary, Pfizer intentionally misrepresented the efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccine and censored persons who threatened to disseminate the truth in order to facilitate fast adoption of the product and expand its commercial opportunity.”
After the pharmaceutical company’s widespread inoculation of virus-fearing Americans in 2021, more died than in the previous year. In some locales, the lawsuit states, COVID-19 claimed more lives among the vaccinated than the unvaccinated — despite the company’s promotion of its new product as “95% effective.”
In an abbreviated, two-month period of clinical trials, the Pfizer vaccine demonstrated robust reduction of infection risk. Yet in 2021, virus mutations emerged, including the Delta variant, resulting in a rapid drop in vaccine effectiveness. --->READ MORE HERE
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Yawn: Latest CDC fearmongering on COVID hospitalizations falls flat:
Another holiday season is upon us, and you know what that means: fearmongering from the Centers for Disease Control about COVID.
This time around, though, the public isn’t panicking, and rightly so.
As always in winter since the virus arrived on our shores, COVID hospitalizations have jumped — close to 30% in late November over the previous month.
No shock there.
It’s a respiratory virus, always more pervasive and severe in cold weather; data suggest it spreads better indoors, where we’re all spending a lot more time.
And, yes, COVID does remain a threat — to a few vulnerable populations: the elderly, especially unvaxxed ones, and those with underlying health conditions.
Indeed, the hospitalizations jump has been highest among those 65 and older, exactly what to expect; older folks comprise the vast majority of US COVID deaths.
But the CDC spent years shrilly insisting that the virus was going to kill us all. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to relevant/related stories and resources:

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USA TODAY: Coronavirus Updates

WSJ: Coronavirus Live Updates

YAHOO NEWS: Coronavirus Live Updates

NEW YORK POST: Coronavirus The Latest

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