In a report of Los Angeles County, California, COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations, the CDC is classified COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths of fully vaccinated persons only if those persons are hospitalized or die 14 days or more after the final dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
The CDC also decided that someone who dies or is hospitalized after recieving a COVID-19 vaccine will nonetheless be listed as an unvaccinated death or hospitalization if that person died less than 14 days afer recieving the first dose of a two dose series (Moderna and Pfizer) or the first dose of a one dose administration (Johnson & Johnson) or if they cannot determine when the person was vaccinated when referencing the California Immunization Registry.
All other cases falling outside those parameters will be considered partially vaccinated. Partially vaccinated persons would be those who died or were hospitalized ≥14 days after receiving the first dose and <14 days after the second dose in a 2-dose series.
Likely, the deaths and hospitalizations suffered by those vaccinated for COVID-19 are not because the vaccines have failed to protect those who were vaccinated, but rather because the vaccines are causing the deaths and hospitalizations through what is called antibody dependent enhancement (ADE
Renowned virologist and Nobel Prize Laureate Prof. Luc Montagnier explained that the so-called breakthrough COVID-19 infections being suffered by the fully vaccinated persons are infections caused by the COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Montagnier said that the high rate of COVID-19 infections among the fully vaccinated population is due to “Antibody-Dependent Enhancement” (ADE).
The CDC is trying to keep a lid on antibody dependent enhancement (ADE). ADE can happen many months after vaccination, but ADE can sometimes manifest early. For example, 35 nuns received COVID-19, and within two days, 28 nuns fell ill and tested positive for COVID-19, with two of the nuns dying during those two days. A third nun also died days later. That is clear evidence of ADE within days of being vaccinated. Such evidence of early-onset ADE is the very evidence that the CDC does not want to be known. And so, from now on, those cases will be listed as unvaccinated COVID-19 cases.