University study found vaccinated people spread Delta variant

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A University of Wisconsin-Madison study found that vaccinated persons can spread the Delta variant. The study is not yet peer-reviewed, but the CDC supported the work.

They say vaccinated people have more viral loads than unvaccinated. Despite full vaccination, they have low Ct values [PCR test numbers, ‘cycle threshold’ values] and shed infectious virus — according to their results.

The asymptomatic vaccinated are in worse shape.

Ct values <25 were detected in 7 of 24 unvaccinated and 9 out of 11 fully vaccinated asymptomatic individuals.

Infectious SARS-VOV-2 is frequently found even in vaccinated persons when specimens Ct values are low.

They shed infectious SARS COV-2 despite vaccination.

So, why are Biden and the NY Governor forcing vaccination of people who work with the sick and infirm?


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5 COMMENTS

  1. The vaccinated may be super spreaders because the so called vaccinations are too focused on a specific DNA / RNA sequence. They may save your life, but I suspect you become a petri dish for variants. I worry that it might be worse. If you already have Natural Immunity and get vaccinated, I worry that it lowers your Natural Immunity’s ability to fight variants. That needs some serious study because it could be a flaw in a number of other modern vaccines. A true vaccine should be 99.9% effective; anything less is a therapeutic or in this cause worse – Leaky!.

  2. But, but, muh vaccine?
    It grants immunity and magic sauce powers.
    Humans were immortal before March 2020 and the Bad Orange Man.
    Oh wait, maybe not.

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