At least 60 percent of all new Covid-19 “cases” are occurring in people who were already vaccinated

Dr. Harvey Risch, a professor of epidemiology at Yale University, has calculated that upwards of 60 percent of all new “cases” of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) are occurring in people who were already “vaccinated” for the disease.

“Clinicians have been telling me that more than half of the new Covid cases that they’re treating are people who have been vaccinated,” Risch told Bannon.

As we have been warning, the so-called “third wave” of the Chinese Virus will be due to people who were vaccinated contracting and spreading the disease to others.

While Americans who buy into the plandemic narrative have been led to believe that the jabs will protect them against serious symptoms should they test “positive,” Risch says that the medical establishment is looking at things a little bit differently.

“I think the American public has been sold on the vaccine by the research that shows that they reduce the infection of mild to moderate symptomatic infection by somewhere between 60-90% depending upon age and vaccine … however, that is not the measure that public health infrastructure, administration, and Dr. [sic] Fauci are using to look at the efficacy of the vaccine,” he added.

What Big Medicine is most interested in, according to Risch, is whether or not the jabs actually prevent the spread of infection. It would appear as though they do not, and are actually spreading the disease to recipients and their contacts, based on the latest data.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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