A new Lancet study shows that the Delta variant is being spread in similar rates in both vaccinated and unvaccinated households. The study confirms vaccine failure in even the fully vaccinated, “these findings indicate continued risk of infection in household contacts despite vaccination.”
Israel, leading the world in Covid-19 vaccination, confirms this vaccine failure, as their 3rd shot rollout on August 1, 2021, did not stop Israel’s largest wave in cases and a concurrent spike in deaths. A 4th shot is now being considered. Considering that traditional vaccines rarely require 3rd shots and never a fourth, questions about Covid-19 vaccine continuation should be raised.
Long-term safety and efficacy data for Covid-19 vaccines are still non-existent and will not be available until earliest October 27, 2022 (Moderna) and then February 14, 2023 (Astrazeneca) and May 2, 2023 (Pfizer). It must also be noted that these vaccines were based on variants previous to the Delta variant.
The study’s conclusion that booster shots are necessary to combat the very survivable Covid-19 calls into question the authors’ objectivity. Stanford University epidemiologist John Ioannidis calculated Covid-19 infection survival rates to be very high, even among the most vulnerable population, the elderly with comorbidities in nursing home settings.
With clear evidence of vaccine failure and high Covid-19 survival rates, why are governments pushing a coercive vaccine agenda with overwhelming evidence of natural immunity proving superior robust and durable protection?