The majority of Americans dying from Covid are now vaccinated, a new study has revealed, showing that the narrative around Covid-19 being a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” is mostly false.
Despite recent claims by Dr. Anthony Fauci that the unvaccinated are the real “danger,” it appears as though the opposite could be the case. An analysis conducted for The Washington Post by Cynthia Cox, the vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation, found that 58 percent of the Covid deaths in August 2022 were deaths from people who were either double jabbed or had received boosters.
🇺🇸 Fauci's Final Words Before Leaving His Position At NIAID: The Real Danger Are The Unvaccinated
"The real danger is in the people who have not been vaccinated. If we're going to see a problem this winter, it's going to be among those people." pic.twitter.com/8YE1LkfvVU
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The rate is a part of a larger trend of vaccinated people dying at higher rates. That rate increased from 23 percent of Covid-related fatalities in September 2021, to more than double that percentage in the span of just one year.
Cox told The Health 202 that we can “no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated.”
“At this point in the pandemic, a large majority of Americans have received at least their primary series of coronavirus vaccines, so it makes sense that vaccinated people are making up a greater share of fatalities,” McKenzie Beard of The Washington Post, apparently trying to save big pharma’s reputation.
This new data also flies in the face of comments by President Joe Biden, who said last winter that the colder months would become a “winter of death” for the unvaccinated.
“But it’s here now and it’s spreading and it’s gonna increase. … We are looking at a winter of severe illness and death for the unvaccinated — for themselves, their families and the hospitals they’ll soon overwhelm. But there’s good news: If you’re vaccinated and you have your booster shot, you’re protected from severe illness and death,” the President added.
“We’re gonna protect our economic recovery. If we do this, we’re gonna keep schools and businesses open … and I want to see everyone around enjoy that. I want to see them enjoy the fact that they’re able to be in school, that businesses are open and the holidays are coming,” he said, though this proven to be false, as the economy has not recovered in any meaningful way in a year.