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"Researchers from Harvard Medical School, Tufts Medical Center, and the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System took on the task of trying to figure out how serious Covid cases were in those hospitalized, and how many people counted as Covid hospitalizations were actually in the hospital for Covid, versus getting a Covid test after being admitted for something else.

The study "analyzed the electronic records for nearly 50,000 COVID hospital admissions at the more than 100 VA hospitals across the country," The Atlantic wrote. It "checked to see whether each patient required supplemental oxygen or had a blood oxygen level below 94 percent" in order to try and determine if cases met the NIH's threshold for "severe COVID".

What the study found was that from March 2020 to January 2021, 36% of Covid cases in the hospital were mild or asymptomatic. From January 2021 to June 2021, during the Delta variant's spread, that number rose all the way to 48%. For vaccinated hospital patients, the number rose to a stunning 57%. "

So about half of the COVID admissions were not in the hospital due to COVID but came in for some other condition and tested positive upon admission. The article notes these were VA hospital numbers and those patients would not represent the general population due to few women and no children but the numbers are very close to previous juvenile studies.

Narrative Nuked: Nearly Half Of 'COVID Hospitalizations' This Year Have Been Mild Or Asymptomatic Cases | ZeroHedge
 

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Here’s what I say to this entire lying spectacle and all the crybabies that want to impose their inner Hitler onto everyone else:

As for the unvaccinated who do not have natural immunity from prior infection, well, their status poses no increased risk to anyone but themselves. Conversely, since the COVID shot cannot prevent infection or transmission, and only promises to reduce your risk of serious illness, the only one who can benefit from the shot is the one who got it. It protects no one else. In fact, you may actually pose an increased risk to others, because if your symptoms are mild or nonexistent, but your viral load high, you're more likely to walk around as usual. Rather than staying home because you suspect you're infected and infectious, you're out spreading the virus around to others, vaccinated and unvaccinated alike.

BTW — the numbers of VACCINATED in the hospital are the largest — not the unvaccinated. And, even through all this, the hospitals are not “overflowing” from “covid” — they are backed up due to staffing shortages that the GOVERNMENT has caused with its mandates- so as usual, it’s just more and more and more and more lies.

If people out there are gullible enough to believe that evil SOBs who are pathological liars have their ”best interest” at heart - hey, go inject yourself with battery acid for all I care — just don’t impose your fascism onto me.

The end.
 

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What happened in Idaho? A bunch of people that chose to live in Idaho because of it's isolation used that isolation to remain uninfected for a very long time. Until people got vaccinated and then came and infected them while on vacation. It's business as normal for the vaccinated, they are gathering in bands of drunken revelers that make enough noise to register on the Richter scale. The vaccine doesn't actually prevent infection, stop the spread of the disease. It ensures that the disease is always present, and that it can mutate so as not to be susceptible to the current vaccine. That way it can be used as a political weapon until people become smart enough not to allow that.
 

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