Although the inhibition of transmission in pursuit of herd immunity was a fundamental premise underlying the COVID-19 vaccine program, the reality, according to CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, is very different from that. That’s right; the vaccine doesn’t stop the vaccinated from becoming vectors or transmitters themselves. A core foundational question emerges: are the vaccines instrumental as a matter of public health or more of a personal preference? This discussion unfolded on Friday as CNN’s Wolf Blitzer interviewed the CDC director Walensky who declared that although, of course, the vaccines were protecting people from more severe illness “…But what they can’t do anymore is prevent transmission.” This was very different from Walensky’s position back in March, when she made the claim that vaccinated people would nearly never get infected, of course now an obviously false statement. How could she make such claims back then? There was no actual scientific proof for such a declaration. Back then Walensky declared, “Our data from the CDC suggest that vaccinated people do not carry the virus.” Of course, this was completely wrong.
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