Data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) shows that US coronavirus death rates in the first ten days of September 2021 are nearly twice as high as they were during the first ten days of September 2020, months before the first coronavirus vaccine received emergency use authorization by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on December 11.
The fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the US appears to be nearly twice as deadly as the second wave, which occurred months before hundreds of millions of people received vaccinations for coronavirus. According to data from the CDC, US coronavirus death rates in the first ten days September 2021 are nearly twice as high as they were during the first ten days of September 2020. (READ MORE: CDC Director Admits Those Who Were ‘Vaccinated Early’ At ‘Increased Risk Of SEVERE Disease,’ Vaccine Effectiveness Is ‘Waning’)
From September 1 to September 10 of 2020, US COVID-19 daily deaths never exceeded 960, according to the CDC data. From September 1 to September 10 of 2021, the daily death rates are as high as 1,860. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued the first emergency use authorization (EUA) for the first COVID-19 vaccine on December 11, 2020, and around 179 million Americans have been reportedly “fully vaccinated” since then. (READ MORE: Pfizer To ‘Require’ Twice-Per-Day COVID Pill Alongside Vaccines)
While the Biden administration and international health authorities insist that the current outbreak of coronavirus is a “pandemic of the unvaccinated,” studies are indicating that vaccinated people are dying from COVID at a higher rate than unvaccinated people as mainstream news outlets scramble to justify them. “At first glance, this may seem alarming, but it is exactly as would be expected,” reported The Conversation.
“The report shows that 163 of the 257 people (63.4%) who died of the delta variant within 28 days of a positive COVID test between February 1 and June 21, had received at least one dose of the vaccine.”
Just days ahead of Joe Biden’s speech announcing a series of coronavirus vaccine mandates, the CDC quietly changed the definition of “vaccine” as vaccinated people continue to be infected with coronavirus, National File previously reported.
On August 26, 2021, the definition of “vaccine” on the CDC website was “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease.” The definition of “vaccination” at that time was “the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.”
As of September 7, the new definition of “vaccine” on the CDC website was changed to “a preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.” The new definition of “vaccination” describes “the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.”
National File had also reported on a new Oxford study revealing that people who are “fully vaccinated” carry a staggering 251 times the normal viral load of COVID-19, with experts being concerned that vaccinated individuals may pose a risk to those who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccines seem to allow vaccinated individuals to carry unusually high viral loads without becoming sick, transforming them into super spreaders who experience symptoms later on, contributing to “breakthrough cases” among fully vaccinated individuals. (READ MORE: Israeli Prime Minister Says Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine ‘Has Faded,’ People Must ‘Quickly’ Take Third Dose)
The study focused on healthcare workers who were unable to leave the hospital for two weeks. The study showed that fully vaccinated workers, about two months after injection, carried and transmitted the virus to their vaccinated colleagues after infection.
They also passed the virus to unvaccinated people, including their patients. The vaccine used in the study was the Oxford/AstraZeneca (AZD1222) vaccine.