A study published Friday showed that individuals vaccinated for COVID-19 can spread the virus inside households just as easily as unvaccinated individuals.
“Although vaccines remain highly effective at preventing severe disease and deaths from COVID-19, our findings suggest that vaccination is not sufficient to prevent transmission of the Delta variant in household settings with prolonged exposures,” according to the study, published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal. The study included 621 symptomatic participants in the U.K., The Hill reported.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admits on its website: If you are fully vaccinated and become infected with the Delta variant, you can spread the virus to others.
“We found that susceptibility to infection increased already within a few months after the second vaccine dose—so those eligible for booster shots should get them promptly,” Prof Ajit Lalvani, of Imperial College London, U.K., who co-led the study, said. (See “MOVE COVID JABS, MORE BIG BUCKS FOR DRUG LORDS.”)
Governments have been trying to get their citizens to roll up their sleeves, stressing that taking the jab not only protects the recipient but anyone with whom they come into contact.
TRENDPOST: Trends Journal has been reporting on vaccine “caution flags” ever since the various COVID vaccines, which were approved for use faster than any other vaccines in history, were declared the primary weapon in the COVID War, such as reported in our December 2020 article, “COVID VACCINE: SCIENTISTS WARN ‘CAUTION’,” or our 19 January 2021 article, “COVID-19 VACCINES: TRACKING ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS.”