New Study Reveals Covid-19 Variant Can Infect The Vaccinated; Dr. Anthony Fauci Responds

New Study Reveals Covid-19 Variant Can Infect The Vaccinated; Dr. Anthony Fauci Responds
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The novel coronavirus remains in the spotlight, and it will probably take a while longer until we get closer to what we used to call normally. Various treatments and vaccines are definitely helping, although there are a few controversies floating around some of the vaccines these days. 

Just the other day, we were revealing that CNBC just revealed that the coronavirus variant first discovered in South Africa is able to evade some of the protection of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, according to a new Israeli study which has not yet been peer-reviewed.

“Researchers at Tel Aviv University and Clalit, the largest healthcare organization in Israel, examined nearly 400 people who had tested positive for Covid-19 after receiving at least one dose of the vaccine,” the online publication mentioned above notes. 

Anthony Fauci has something to say about the controversy 

Market Watch just revealed that there’s a small Israeli study is showing that some of the new coronavirus variants may put people who have been vaccinated at higher risk of breakthrough infections.

It’s also important to note that U.S. health officials questioned some of the wording used in the preliminary research.

The types of cases are called “breakthrough infections,” these occur when someone who has completed their COVID-19 vaccination later gets sick from the virus.

The same online publication notes that the federal health officials on Monday downplayed the accuracy of the findings.

“That preprint, as it were, was about as confusing as you possibly could be,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor, said. 

He continued and said: “It made it seem like you were more likely to get the [B.1.]351 if, in fact, you were vaccinated against the mRNA. That wasn’t the case. If you were going to get infected with anything, you would get infected with the more difficult variant, which was 351. That doesn’t mean you have a greater chance of getting it.”

Not too long ago, Fauci dropped a bomb about the virus. 


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2 thoughts on “New Study Reveals Covid-19 Variant Can Infect The Vaccinated; Dr. Anthony Fauci Responds

  1. Wow! there is side problems with inflammed ❤ and veins throughout body burning in legs and arm and you can feel all in trasition a day after given 2nd phyzer shot and the immune is sky high anxiety feels like an invasion looking forward to the passing of 6 months.

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  2. I got the first Pfizer shot and was in bed two days sick . I got the second shot and was in bed 3 days sick the next day I woke up in severe pain up and down my legs could not walk or stand my kids got me to the doctor in a wheel chair she checked for blood clots and X-ray My back and legs every muscle was inflamed and she put me in steroids I am trying my third kind now as soon as I finish it goes back to pain and not being able to walk so now she is sending me to another doctor for help. My Daughter begged me not to get the shot because I have an auto immune disease. Not sure what is going to happen now but I will not get any booster.

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