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CDC: Moderna, Pfizer COVID Vaccines Effective in Real-World Conditions

CDC: Moderna, Pfizer COVID Vaccines Effective in Real-World Conditions

Get vaccinated. Get back to normal life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUvKEc0eViU

The CDC recommended the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to all eligible persons after a study found the vaccines effective in real-world conditions.

Officials have tried to scare us into thinking we cannot go back to normal because of COVID variants and people still get symptomatic infections.

The study examined vaccinated and non-vaccinated health care personnel, first responders, and other frontline workers. In all, 3,950 in eight locations received a weekly COVID test from Dec. 14 to March 13.

The CDC discovered only three infections of the 2,479 fully vaccinated participants. The tests found eight infections of the 477 people who only had one dose.

161 people of the 944 unvaccinated had infections.

“Prospective cohorts of health care personnel, first responders, and other essential and frontline workers over 13 weeks in eight U.S. locations confirmed that authorized mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer-BioNTech’s BNT162b2 and Moderna’s mRNA-1273) are highly effective in real-world conditions,” the CDC concluded. “Vaccine effectiveness of full immunization with two doses of mRNA vaccines was 90% (95% CI = 68%–97%) against RT-PCR–confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection.”

The participants are the best part of this study. These people help patients with the infection. They are constantly exposed. If they have these results imagine the results for the non-frontline workers:

These findings are consistent with those from the mRNA vaccines’ Phase III trials (1,2) and recent observational studies of the mRNA vaccine effectiveness against severe COVID-19 (3). The findings complement and expand upon these preceding reports by demonstrating that the vaccines can also reduce the risk for infection regardless of COVID-19–associated illness symptom status (4,5). Reducing the risk for transmissible infection, which can occur among persons with asymptomatic infection or among persons several days before symptoms onset (6), is especially important among health care personnel, first responders, and other essential and frontline workers given their potential to transmit the virus through frequent close contact with patients and the public.

Partial immunization (≥14 days after first dose but before second dose) provided preventive benefits with vaccine effectiveness of 80%. This finding is similar to an analysis of Phase III trial results (1,2,7) and two other recent estimates of vaccine effectiveness for partial immunization with Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine among health care personnel, including a vaccine effectiveness (≥21 days after first dose) of 72% (95% CI = 58%–86%) against PCR-confirmed infection identified by routine testing in the United Kingdom (4) and a vaccine effectiveness (>14 days after first dose) of 60% (95% CI = 38%–74%) against PCR-confirmed infection identified by records review in Israel (5). This finding is also consistent with early descriptive findings of SARS-CoV-2 employee and clinical testing results by mRNA vaccination status in the United States (8,9).

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Trump Vaccine Defeats China Virus

= = Headline you’ll never see.

The CDC recommended the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to all eligible persons

AstraZeneca: Not so fast there, ace

get back to me in a couple years, when we have long term data on the safety & efficacy of these experimental “vaccines”, given that the ChiCom Crud has a survival rate around 99.97%, and i’m not in an “at risk” cohort, nor am i a member of the one this bioweapon was designed to take out.

Yeah, I think I’ll wait.
Check out Dr. Ryan Cole and Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche.

nordic_prince | March 29, 2021 at 6:54 pm

The vaxx(es) are “effective,” and yet cases are increasing…

https://archive.is/K18No

No thanks. Too many red flags for a product that hasn’t completed animal testing, isn’t FDA approved (for what that’s worth), and for which the manufacturer is immune from liability.

    randian in reply to nordic_prince. | March 30, 2021 at 1:29 am

    If “cases are increasing”, how do we know we are comparing like with like? PCR amplification levels can be manipulated to give you any result you like. In any case, “cases” are meaningless when deaths are declining.

    mark311 in reply to nordic_prince. | March 31, 2021 at 6:06 am

    You’d need to look at the graph to put the statement in context. The number of cases has decreased dramatically since the start of the vaccination programme. Its only recently that there has been a small (but significant) rise in cases. That may be related to lifting of restrictions or the introduction of new more transmittable variants.

      nordic_prince in reply to mark311. | March 31, 2021 at 8:55 am

      Or it may be related to the shots themselves. Plenty of real-life examples of people contracting “covid” within days of their “vaccination.:

      And it could be due to the Biden administration letting untold hordes of WuFlu-infected illegal aliens swarm into our country.

Color me “No way in hell”. Too many deaths and severe reactions, too much evidence of depressed immune system immediately following the shots, NO idea of the long term effects of injecting an mRNA vaccine, and apparently no long term protection. Maybe I’ll get one in 3-4 years after more is known about them. After all, they’ll still be pretending there’s a “pandemic” for years, vaccine or no vaccine.

Not sure I’d trust the cdc anymore than I’d loan fauci $5.

161 people of the 944 unvaccinated had infections

Did they? The CDC called them “PCR–confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection”, and we all know how much of a fraud PCR has been, because of grossly excessive amplification levels. They refuse to say what amplification level is being used for these tests, do we even know that the PCR tests used on the vaccinated people used the same amplification level as the tests used on the unvaccinated?

Burn_the_Witch | March 30, 2021 at 1:36 am

Glad I’m not in a high risk cohort due to age or health conditions so that I don’t have to make this decision. But I do have to wonder if the CDC is doing one of their “lie to them for their own good” routines or not here.

I had the Chinese Death Kooties last February. I have a practically zero chance of getting the Chinese Death Kooties a second time according to the BBC of all places ?

I’m in no rush for a vaccine that still requires me to wear a mask and socially distance from another human being.

So yeah, that’s a great big fuck no from me.

They are particularly effective once herd immunity has been achieved.

Considering how corrupted the data has been in this test trial distribution, how can the FDA ever approve these vaccines?

Mutations could render current Covid vaccines ineffective in a year or less, epidemiologists warn

– Mutations of the coronavirus could render current vaccines ineffective
within a year, according to a survey of experts in 28 countries.
– Of those surveyed, almost a third gave a time frame of nine months or less.
– Fewer than 1 in 8 said they believed that mutations would never render the current vaccines ineffective.

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/30/mutations-could-make-current-covid-vaccines-ineffective-soon-survey.html

How do you do a full 5 year vaccine testing regime if it will mutate every year or so ?
Did the Chinese know that this would mutate forever, thus the effort to avoid blame ?

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Neo. | March 30, 2021 at 10:46 am

    There are numerous indications that the CCP intentionally created this, that there is a good chance that they intentionally released it, and that even if release was an accident that they knowingly took measures to stop spread in China while spreading it internationally.

    Personally, I think that this was an act of war.

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