From Jennifer Margulis’ Substack
They’re right, we’re tired
Dr. Bell, who’s also an adviser to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is worried that the mixed messaging from the CDC and the need for another COVID shot every four to six months may undermine public confidence in the vaccine program.
At the same time, the Associated Press reports, Moderna and Pfizer are testing combination vaccines, and they hope to offer a two-in-one COVID vaccine to the public this fall.
Me, I love mixed messages!
I think it makes perfect sense to say that something works really well but it doesn’t! That the recipe has made such truly delicious and nutritious food but we’ve also got to change it!
COVID vaccines don’t stop the spread
According to a recent peer-reviewed study in the British Medical Journal: “Vaccination was associated with a smaller reduction in transmission of the delta variant than of the alpha variant, and the effects of vaccination decreased over time.”
According to an article in The Lancet by Carlos Franco-Paredes, M.D., who works in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Center: “…the impact of vaccination on community transmission of circulating variants of SARS-CoV-2 appeared to be not significantly different from the impact among unvaccinated people.”
It’s just so crystal clear when we’re told we’re protected but we’re not.
Don’t you agree?