There’s been a massive controversy stemming from the fact that covid vaccinated people can also get ill with covid 19 and, more than that, they can also pass on the disease.
These were two facts that were said to be “made up” a while ago, but now, it’s pretty clear that vaccinated people can also get sick and become contagious.
What we do know, is that a lot of individuals are seeing milder symptomatology when they get covid 19.
The Hill online publication is debating the issue these days and you can check out the latest reports that they have revealed below.
CDC drops news about vaccinated people and covid disease
The official notes revealed that every vaccinated participant who endured serious covid 19 outcomes as part of a new study of more than 1 million people had at least one risk factor that left them vulnerable.
The CDC research has been published this week and it provided further evidence that the covid 19 vaccines protect people who are getting them.
They are making severe outcomes “rare.”
“Just 189 people experienced these outcomes out of more than 1.2 million who got their primary vaccination series between December 2020 and October 2021.”
All of these patients who have been faced with serious outcomes, such as intensive care unit admission and death, had one or more risk factors that made them more likely to develop serious illness from the virus.
Check out the official notes below:
“The risk factors included being aged 65 and older, being immunocompromised, or having underlying conditions involving pulmonary disease, liver disease, chronic kidney disease, neurologic disease, diabetes or cardiac disease.”
More covid breaking news
The other day, we revealed that there’s a very controversial issue that you might have been seeing all over the news lately – the interview that podcaster Joe Rogan held with the mRNA vaccine expert and inventor, Robert Malone.
Dr. Robert Malone went on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast to raise concerns over the covid 19 vaccines and also to touch a bunch of other interesting related issues. Check out our previous article in order to learn some juicy details about Famotidine – a potential covid treatment used by dr. Malone.