Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Fully Vaccinated College Campuses Are Seeing A Surge In COVID Cases


The ruling class continues to tell everyone else that these “vaccines” are safe and effective. At this point, perhaps they don’t know the meaning of the word “safe” or “effective,” unless “effective” means something other than being able to stop the transmission of the virus.

Some rulers have actually said these shots are worthless now, while others have kept the propaganda going strong to maintain their grip on power over others.

CDC Director: “What Vaccines Can’t Do Anymore Is Prevent Transmission”

The mainstream media claims that cases are spiking on college campuses because, despite the rapid spread of the omicron variant, most schools are beginning their spring semesters in person. Just 14% of colleges are beginning the semester online, according to new data from the College Crisis Initiative. This time last year, before there were vaccines, about 40% of colleges started online.

“You feel the stress on campus,” says Aisha Ghorashian, a senior at the University of Oregon. Despite having a student body that is more than 96% vaccinated, her university logged 960 COVID-19 cases in the first week of January as students returned to campus. Ghorashian was one of them. “People, I think, don’t feel safe,” she says. “You see that double masking and you see those N95s that I’ve never seen people wear before.”

Colleges are some of the most vaccinated places in the country, according to NPR. By September 2021, 74% of college students had received one dose of the vaccine – compared to 54% of the general population in that same month, according to a study by the COVID States Project.

University of California Berkley’s 99% Vaccinated Football Team Has A COVID Outbreak

For students, there’s a lot of uncertainty around how this semester will pan out. Senior Sophia Kriz is back on campus at Dartmouth College. The school is requiring all students to get a booster shot by the end of this month. It also implemented weekly testing and moved most of the social activities online, although classes remain in-person. –NPR

Even with two shots, and boosters, the cases are skyrocketing. This can be evidenced by looking at Israel, and now, college campuses in the United States.

Israeli Study: 4th Dose Of COVID “Vaccine” Is Less Effective

Israel’s Vaccination Program Is Failing: 6 Month High In New Cases

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