- Oct 15, 2015
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Instead of posting all of those fancy graphs you could have just agreed with me that the vaccines do very little to nothing in stopping the spread of the Delta variant, which is why in the most highly vaccinated countries, Delta cases are surging. 100% of those vaccinated, if exposed to enough of the Delta variant, will spread the virus and the virus is so prolific that it spreads during the time people are asymptomatic. So, trying to claim that in the vaccinated it only spreads for a few days instead of 10-14 for the unvaccinated is very misleading because everyone is spreading it in the first few days and most aren't spreading it after those few days because the sick are sick and staying in. This is why temperature checks were pretty useless in stopping the spread, because once you began feeling sick you weren't going to work, school, out in the public, etc. to have a temp check flag you.That might make sense if the only factor involved was the percent vaccinated. Vaccination rates have been increasing but unfortunately so has the delta variant which is far more infections than previous strands. The proof that vaccinations work can be seen by looking at the following graphs. Both new cases and deaths of the alpha variant rose rapidly last Fall peaking about January and February when the vaccines first became available to the general public. New cases and deaths fell rapidly as the vaccination numbers rose reaching a lowest point in epidemic in July as the Delta Variant began spreading across the country. Both cases and deaths along with the new vaccinations rose till October.
In short the peaks in deaths and new cases and lows in deaths and new cases rose prior to vaccine introduction. After the vaccine was introduced the peaks and lows fell interrupted only by the Delta variant reaching a low in July and peaking in Sept. If the increasing number of vaccinations continues through the fall we are likely to see an all time low in both deaths and new cases before the Spring.
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