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246 “fully vaccinated” Michigan residents are diagnosed with COVID, three die

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Despite Pfizer stating that the vaccine is 100% effective at protecting individuals from COVID-19 and preventing “serious illness”, 249 Michigan residents who were fully vaccinated against the virus later tested positive for the disease, three of whom have died, officials stated on Monday.

The Detroit News posted that the cases were reported between January 1st and March 31st, and the 246 residents had a positive test for 14 or more days after the last required dose of the vaccine.

Lynn Sutfin, a spokeswoman for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said in an email: “Some of these individuals may ultimately be excluded from this list due to continuing to test positive from a recent infection prior to being fully vaccinated.

“These cases are undergoing further review to determine if they meet other CDC criteria for determination of potential breakthrough, including the absence of a positive antigen or PCR test less than 45 days prior to the post-vaccination positive test.

“In general, these persons have been more likely to be asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic compared with vaccinated persons.”

Sutfin said that the department had hospitalisation data for 117 of the cases, but 129 were incomplete. She said that of the 117 with hospitalisation data entered, 11 were hospitalised, 103 were not, and three are reported as unknown.

All three reported deaths were “persons 65 years or older” and two of which occurred within two weeks of a second vaccine dose.

“While the majority of the population develops full immunity within 14 days of completion of their vaccine series, a small proportion appear to take longer to mount a full antibody response.

“CDC is actively working to better understand the risk characteristics of this group.”

This news was announced as Michigan figures of COVID-19 cases are believed to be rising, with officials pushing for the public to get vaccinated.

According to the Michigan state website, since April 4th, an estimated 2.95 million residents – approximately 36.5% of Michigan’s population – have been vaccinated, with either a single dose or both doses.

These reports of infections after the vaccine should make the public question the efficacy and safety of COVID vaccines and hopefully encourage them to reconsider getting the jab for a virus that has a 99.8% recovery rate.

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Richard Noakes
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· Richard Noakes

April 7, 2021 at 6:00 pm

1 heaped teaspoon of salt in a mug of warm water, (can be cold) cup a hand and sniff or snort the whole lot up, spitting anything which comes down into your mouth – no reaction fine, blow out your nose, flush away, washing your hands afterwards, you don’t have a virus .
A reaction, you have a virus – retain the salt water in your head for as long as the soreness lasts (2-3 minutes) then blow out your nose, flush away, washing hands afterwards and do this treatment 3 times a day, morning, noon, night, or more often, until the soreness goes away, when you have killed off the virus in your head and you won’t get the disease it will become, as I have done these past 26 years and to this, I add those virus related diseases which remain unknown to us, but are delivered by a virus, as in (unspecified) air pollution. Simple.
Me, 9,490 days never ill, salt water cure vs vaccines 120 days and horrid side effects, some low blood count platelet disorders, blood clots and death, it is a test vaccine and the makers cannot be held accountable for whatever it does, in the short, or longer term – you are human laboratory white mice, all said and done. Vaccinated. Too late!!
Try it, if you are satisfied with the results, pass the cure along. If you work in hospitals at the pit face, try it on Covid patients also suggesting that they swallow a few mouthfuls too and those who are self isolating for 10 to 14 days, waiting to get Covid, before “treatment” – if results are not excellent, there are still the untested, trial vaccines to fall back on.
I never have Flu shots, or this vaccine either. No point doing the above salt water cure and then having vaccine shots too – like Duh!!
Not been tried before – well neither have vaccines, if you discount that 9,490 days never ill and I stake my life on my salt water cure, in this way, keeping me well.
With regards to my Salt Water Cure. About 26 years ago, I read the report from a Jewish Research Center in America, where the author suggested, in his research paper, that his experiments with Salt Water cured flu type colds and he in turn referred to the Swedish or Norwegian Army (I think), who had barrels filled with Salt Water, attached to a hose, out of the bottom, which soldiers used to flush out their heads, when they thought they were getting a cold – and their troops never got colds.
I have been doing it ever since and neither do I, from any virus related “thing”.
There are weak salt water spray preparations you can buy from your local chemist, to clear your head. To my way of thinking, (as above) you need a stronger salt water solution to wash out your inner head and no spray is ever going to be enough to do that, which is proof of safety concerns, regarding salt, as above.
If you are allergic to salt – don’t do as I suggest!!
Vaccines = lots of money and can’t be prosecuted for an untested product. Salt and water = zero money. Get my drift?

Steve White

April 7, 2021 at 8:51 am

I see nothing to make me worry about reinfection with the same variant, but reinfection by P1 seems to be very common in Brazil. And I can find no hard data indicating the vaccines we use here will stop it.
South African reports were of high numbers of reinfections and young people becoming seriously ill. Pfizer had clinical trial data indicating their vaccine works against that one, B1351, but nothing on P1 so far.
And I can find nothing on Moderna vaccine efficacy against any variant, so far. Johnson and Johnson, some efficacy against South African type, but nothing on Brazilian
It is a big mess. I do not understand why we did not send people into Manaus and South Africa with our vaccines and do a study soon after their outbreaks, or at least after variants were suspected to be causing them.
Without more hard data, it seems like we do not know if our vaccination program here is stopping the virus, or just delaying it until the variants get to higher numbers.

Me: This is a really clever virus and it will continue to evolve and try and find ways to get around each test vaccine, in itself, providing an ongoing source of financial wealth to the makers of more test vaccines which they cannot be prosecuted for.
Why do you think each time those of you get a yearly vaccine (never me) it is different from the last one – that is because the new Flu virus is stronger than the last one and last years vaccines don’t work on this years one – Get my drift?

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