Why did the CDC stop publishing vaccination data from this critical database in September?
The answer is right there with us now.
A few weeks ago the CDC FINALLY released data on cases and deaths by vaxxed/unvaxxed status. BUT they chose to ONLY publish the rates (e.g. % of vaxxed cases compared to the population of vaxxed people). You can see where they use this data here: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#rates-by-vaccine-status
However, the data ends in September. Why? Maybe because the % of vaxxed cases hit 30% of all cases! That is called… waning immunity.
And look at the % of deaths logged (reminder… this is just September)
Details for subscribers below:
Row 1 shows the number of “fully vaccinated” individuals from the 15+ select stats they used data for.
Row 2 shows the number of CASES by week for those breakthrough fully vaccinated individuals
Row 3 shows the “not fully vaccinated” population they are assuming through their select state data
Row 4 shows the number of cases for that group.
Rows 5 and 6 show the % of cases for each group: fully vaccinated and vaccinated.
How we can look at the same data from the deaths side of things.
23% of all deaths are coming from the “fully vaccinated” ranks
The outcomes for the unvaccinated are improving.
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