Americans who received booster shots show a higher rate of COVID-19 infections compared to those who are not boosted, the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has revealed.
The latest CDC data shows that breakthrough Covid infections in April were worse in those who received at least three shots of the vaccine over the vaccinated but unboosted.
Left-wing CBS News is reporting that the week of April 23 showed that boosted Americans are catching COVID-19 at nearly double the rate of those who have not been boosted, according to the data analyzed by the network.
CBS claimed that the unvaccinated remain the highest group.
However, CBS’s claims about the unvaccinated rate is a bit misleading as CDC includes those with 1 dose and even 2 doses under 14 days.
In the UK, they separate those with zero doses from those who received the vaccination.
They categorized it as follows:
Unvaccinated, within 21 days of first dose, 21 days or more after first dose, within 21 days of second dose, and 21 days or more after second dose.
The reality is the jabs, initial or boosters, do not prevent infection or transmission of the virus.
During Omicron and Delta waves, it was the vaccinated population who were severely infected.
This April, CDC data analyzed by The Epoch Times reveals that the most vaccinated areas of the United States are, by far, experiencing the highest numbers of Covid cases.
The infection rate is significantly higher than in the areas where vaccine compliance is lowest.
According to The Epoch Times analysis, the Covid infection rate in US counties that have a vaccination rate of 62-95% is 23% higher than the counties that have a vaccination rate of just 11-40%.
The data showed that the least vaccinated counties tended to be on the smaller side, with an average population of around 20,000 – much less than the 330,000 average among the most vaccinated counties.
The National Conservative recently reported that recent data from over 5,000 Walgreens stores revealed that the unvaccinated have the lowest incidence of Covid.