COVID-19 has killed a lot more people in 2021 than 2020.
The virus was reported because the underlying cause of death (or a contributing cause of death) for an estimated 377, 883 people in 2020, accounting designed for 11. 3% of fatalities, according to the CDC. As of Monday, more than 770, 000 individuals have died from the coronavirus, based on Johns Hopkins University information. That means more than 15, 000 more individuals have died in 2021 compared to last year from COVID-19 – and there’s still more than a month left.
This has happened despite the fact that a year ago no Americans were vaccinated (now 59% of all qualified Americans have had the “ life-saving” jab) and some 17% have received booster shots…
The 2021 U. T. death toll caught some doctors by surprise. That they had expected vaccinations and preventive measures like social removing and scaled-down public events to curb the spread associated with infections and minimize severe cases. But , The Wall Street Journal has its own explanation, suggesting lower-than-expected immunization rates as well as fatigue with precautionary measures like masks allowed the highly contagious Delta variant to spread, largely among the unvaccinated, epidemiologists say.
Among missteps, Dr . Abraar Karan, an infectious-diseases doctor at Stanford University, stated, public-health officials failed to effectively communicate which the purpose of vaccines is to protect against severe cases of Covid-19 rather than to prevent the spread of infection entirely , which may have led several to doubt the effectiveness of the particular shots.
Paul Frederick Watson of https://summit.news joins The Alex Jones Show to break down the growing competition war stoked by globalists and the left, and how the oppressed minority has now end up being the unvaxxed.
CDC has an reason too, claiming that there was obviously a larger undercount of Covid-19 deaths in 2020 , when the disease was newer and a scarcity of lab tests made confirming some infections difficult.
Deaths remain concentrated in older people (81% of 2020 deaths were among people aged 65 and above, and 69% of the same cohort in 2021).
Nevertheless could be worse (and still could be if this latest trend continues in the US)…
“ The vaccine is not a cure all, ” said Ana Bento, a good epidemiologist at Indiana University-Bloomington.
Well that is pretty clear now, eh!?
This was not supposed to happen…