A change from the CDC has caught everyones attention and has scientists concerned.
The Biden run CDC has decided to no longer attempt to achieve herd immunity. That’s when so many people are immune to a disease that it runs out of hosts to cause an outbreak.
The reason why the CDC was highlighted in a Los Angeles Times report that we are going to quote below for the sake of the “fact-checkers.”
Keep in mind before you read the passage below Biden just imposed a vaccine mandate on millions of Americans, claiming this is the only way to get back to normal.
From the Los Angeles Times:
None[vaccines] has proved reliable at blocking transmission of the virus, Jones noted. Recent evidence has also made clear that the immunity provided by vaccines can wane in a matter of months.
The result is that even if vaccination were universal, the coronavirus would probably continue to spread.
So, the CDC is admitting even if everyone in the country was vaccinated, the virus wouldn’t stop spreading.
Dr. Oliver Brooks, a member of the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices is not happy and is worried about the change. Jones believe that people will be less “motivated to get vaccinated.”
There is one factor that the Los Angeles Times left out that turns the whole conversation upside down.
In response to a Freedom of Information Request from an attorney the CDC admitted they have no record of an unvaccinated person spreading COVID after they recovered from getting the virus.
In response to attorney’s FOIA request, US CDC admits that it has no record of an unvaccinated person spreading COVID after recovering from COVID.
Lawyers smelling blood in the water. pic.twitter.com/ajdOuiIyjj
— Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) November 12, 2021
Yes, you read that correctly, they have nothing.
There may be a way to herd immunity just not by the definition used by the CDC and therein has been one of the problems, the constant changing of definitions.