LifeSiteNews reported on April 21, 2021, that Dr. Harvey Risch, Professor of Epidemiology at Yale University has discovered from clinicians in the field treating COVID-19 patients that an estimated 60% of the new COVID-19 patients they are treating are patients who have already been vaccinated for COVID-19.
That fact proves that the COVID-19 vaccines are ineffective. The CDC knows that the COVID-19 vaccines are ineffective. Yet, the CDC still promotes the COVID-19 vaccines. Those same COVID-19 vaccines recommended by the CDC are so ineffective that the CDC advises quarantining for 14 days a fully vaccinated person working in a jail or group home who has been exposed to someone who is even suspected of having COVID-19. The CDC’s official advice from March 12, 2021, is as follows:
Fully vaccinated residents of non-healthcare congregate settings (e.g., correctional and detention facilities, group homes) should continue to quarantine for 14 days and be tested for SARS-CoV-2 following an exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. This is because residential congregate settings may face high turnover of residents, a higher risk of transmission, and challenges in maintaining recommended physical distancing.
That advice to quarantine a fully vaccinated person who has been exposed to someone suspected of being infected with COVID-19 absolutely confirms that the CDC knows that the COVID-19 vaccines have been shown to be ineffective against contracting and spreading COVID-19.
You only quarantine a person who poses a real risk of transmission of the disease. The fact that the CDC is advising that a fully vaccinated person be quarantined upon being exposed to a person even suspected of having COVID-19 means that the CDC believes that a fully vaccinated person can be infected with COVID-19 and then spread that disease to others. That advice by the CDC testifies that the CDC believes that the COVID-19 vaccines are ineffective in preventing the infection and spread of COVID-19.