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Breakthrough infections rise in Minnesota,
but unvaccinated at greatest COVID-19 risk

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Posted By: Ribicon, 11/12/2021 3:40:29 PM

Breakthrough infections are an increasing part of a prolonged COVID-19 pandemic wave in Minnesota, according to new data released Friday, but people who are unvaccinated still face the biggest risk and take up more hospital beds. Detailed breakthrough data showed that fully vaccinated Minnesotans made up 197 of the 483 deaths from Sept. 5-Oct. 9 and 1,082 of the 3492 COVID-19 hospitalizations. While 41% of the deaths in that time frame were among the vaccinated, that is an increase from the previous four months when they made up 29% of COVID-19 deaths.(Snip)"The message cannot be that the vaccine is not working, because that is false,"


A fresh load of steaming garbage. Taking the numbers at face value, the shot is losing effectiveness, with Covid deaths among the fully vaccinated rising from 29% to 41% of the total over a 4-month span. And that does not count deaths caused by the shot itself, as Pfizer says discussion of that amounts to a crime against humanity because it gives people the idea that the shot is ineffective and even dangerous, and people avoiding the shot hurts company profits.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: oldsfc 11/12/2021 4:21:03 PM (No. 975637)
This is not a steaming load of garbage. It is however, a steaming load..
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Reply 2 - Posted by: texaspast 11/12/2021 5:00:47 PM (No. 975659)
I have had three good friends who died from Covid. All three were fully vaxxed. I have no friends to die of Covid who were NOT vaxxed.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: voxpopuli 11/12/2021 6:06:20 PM (No. 975712)
consider the source the RedStar and.. Jeremy Red Olson A University of St. Thomas graduate, Olson completed fellowships at the Kaiser Family Foundation, Poynter Institute and New York Times.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: udanja99 11/12/2021 6:46:31 PM (No. 975737)
Meanwhile, Colorado, which has a 70% jabbed population is experiencing a huge spike in cases. Go figure.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Scribelus 11/12/2021 7:40:32 PM (No. 975777)
An illustration of why it takes multiple years to establish an effective and safe vaccine for a large and highly varied population.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Pinkpanther 11/12/2021 9:35:53 PM (No. 975866)
Here is my anecdotal evidence: Mr Pinkpanther and I have 8 kids and none of us are vaccinated with the wuhan bio weapon: Mr Pinkpanther (50): got the original covid last December but was really mild. Only ran a fever for 12 hours and lost taste and smell for 2 weeks. Me: (50) got the original covid last December and it was like a mild flu. Ran a fever for 2-3 days, achy, loss of taste and smell, in bed for 2 days (I’ve been sicker with the flu) DS #1: (28) got the original covid and it was mild with a short fever and loss of taste and smell DS#2 (26): got the original covid and ran a fever for 48 hours, congested nose, headache, loss of taste and smell. Type I diabetic had zero impact on blood sugars. DS#3: (24) got the original covid which was just a headache and loss of taste and smell DD#1: (22) got the original covid and was pretty sick, fever, headache and bed ridden for about 3 days but no respiratory issues, just felt lousy, DS#4 (19): got the original covid and again was mild. He’s also a type I diabetic and didn’t see any blood sugar issues, DS#5 (17) got the original covid and ended up in the hospital with covid pneumonia but he has asthma and is on a c-pap for sleep apnea. DD#2: (14): got the original covid and it was basically loss of taste and smell, she’s a type I diabetic and we did see higher blood sugars for about 24 hours and that was it. DS#6 (10): didn’t get the original covid. Out of us 10, only Mr Pinkpanther, DD#1 and DS#6 got the delta variant. The worst symptom was the severe sore throat they all had but DD#1 was again pretty sick with it but just a general not feeling good and not respiratory. At least for my family, it wasn’t a big deal. My SIL died at the age of 48 from covid pneumonia but she was morbidly obese, had scoliosis (which reduces lung capacity) and asthma. I think natural immunity works and that’s why the vast majority of us didn’t get the variant and the ones who did (with DD being the exception) had it super mild the first time.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DVC 11/12/2021 10:08:45 PM (No. 975902)
"Breakthrough" breaking through a wet piece of toilet paper, apparently. And ALWAYS the fear porn about the folks who are too smart to take The Shot.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: mifla 11/13/2021 5:24:58 AM (No. 976047)
You have to admire the sheeple, they continue to march in lockstep regardless of the facts in front of them.
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