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CDC Admits Prior Infection Was Better Than Vaccination Against Delta

'The CDC starts to acknowledge reality, one piece at a time ... '

(Headline USA) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admitted this week that prior infection protected people against the Delta variant better than vaccination.

New research published by the agency on Wednesday revealed that though vaccination supposedly kept infected people out of the hospital, it did not protect them from catching the Delta variant. In fact, the study found that people who had been infected with the coronavirus previously were better protected against reinfections during the Delta wave than those who’d never been infected but had been vaccinated.

As several critics have pointed out, public health officials insisted for months that the opposite was true:

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Even now, the CDC refuses to consider prior infection as an adequate replacement for vaccination against COVID-19, though many other countries do.

A recent Israeli study confirmed that the COVID-19 vaccines are far less effective than experts have made them out to be. Even booster shots provide limited protection against the transmission of the Omicron variant, the study said.

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“Despite increased antibody levels, the fourth vaccine only offers a partial defense against the virus,” said Dr. Gili Regev–Yochay, director of Sheba Hospital’s infection disease unit. “The vaccines, which were more effective against previous variants, offer less protection versus omicron.”

 

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