Vaccination has not helped the US state of Florida in the least. It is now one of four states that accounts for 40 percent of America's total infections, according to White House Covid-19 coordinator Jeff Zients. In July, the Sunshine State recorded one out of every five new cases.
Data from USAFacts listed the 16 states where less than 50 percent of the total population have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine as of July 25 – Florida is not one of them. Some 61 percent of the population in Florida is fully vaccinated, according to the Florida Department of Health.
The 10 states with the lowest vaccination rates in the US:
Mississippi (38.64 percent)
Idaho (40.74 percent)
Louisiana (40.97 percent)
Wyoming (41.17 percent)
Alabama (41.99 percent)
Tennessee (44.06 percent)
North Dakota (45.06 percent)
Georgia (45.08 percent)
Arkansas (45.48 percent)
West Virginia (45.90 percent)
Over the last seven days, Florida saw a 50 percent weekly increase in new cases, according to the Florida Department of Health despite their high vaccination rate.
“There is no higher risk area in the United States than we’re seeing here,” Florida International University infectious disease expert Dr. Aileen Marty told CBS Miami. “The numbers that we’re seeing are unbelievable, just unbelievably frightening.”
When Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier, a French virologist and professor, warned that the injections were triggering a phenomenon known as “antibody-dependent enhancement,” or ADE, effectively spreading the Coronavirus, he was dismissed as a conspiracy theorist. Similarly, Geert vanden Bosche has offered hard evidence of how ongoing mass vaccination experiment drives a rapid evolutionary response of SARS-CoV-2.
“Compassionate scientists who have been taking a deep dive in these complex matters are now increasingly left with the impression that health authorities and advising experts will simply continue to deny that they are desperately wrong, no matter how compelling the scientific evidence that has been brought to the table and no matter the consequences this unprecedented public health experiment may involve for many years to come,” said Vanden Bosche. He urged health authorities to stop the mass vaccination campaign immediately.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has admitted that the vaccinated spread the disease. In areas with substantial and high transmission, vaccinated people should mask up to “help prevent the spread of the Delta variant and protect others” said CDC head Rochelle Walensky. “New science” prompted the CDC to change its mask guidelines once again at the end of last month.
In May the CDC said that vaccinated people do not need to wear masks, alleging that the vaccinated could not transmit the virus to others. Walensky now blames the “Delta variant”. But Robert Malone, the inventor of RNA biotechnology, cited Israeli data showing that the waning effectiveness of the jabs was responsible for the increase in cases. Malone also pointed out that “clinical trials were not designed to detect ADE, despite it being a major risk for Corona vax development”.
According to Malone, the FDA has specifically acknowledged that ADE was a risk, and suggested that focused trials were warranted – but curiously the FDA did not require them.
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