Originally published by Globalresearch.ca.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released their investigative findings of a recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Massachusetts. [Press Release Here] According to their study, 74% of those infected during the regional outbreak were previously vaccinated.
According to the study, 469 cases were tracked from the Provincetown, MA, outbreak July 3rd through 17th. Of the 469 COVID cases identified, the CDC is claiming 346 (74%) occurred in previously vaccinated people. Specimens from 133 of the patients showed 90% of those cases were the “Delta variant”.
Five people were hospitalized, no-one died during the outbreak. [Read Study Here]
(WaPo) […] the study found that vaccinated individuals carried as much virus in their noses as unvaccinated individuals, strongly suggesting that vaccinated people could spread the virus to each other. (link)
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