Why do some people think that 60% of new COVID-19 patients have been vaccinated?
The usual suspects…
Have 60% of New COVID-19 Patients Been Vaccinated?
So it’s not true?
To be fair, it is certainly possible that clinicians have been telling Dr. Harvey Risch that 60% of COVID-19 cases they are treating have already been vaccinated.
Harvey Risch, a cancer epidemiologist, is the doctor that:
- said lockdowns are counterproductive and the “pandemic ends with herd immunity,” which to him, means natural herd immunity
- has been a vocal supporter of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin to treat COVID-19
- was criticized by his peers at Yale for promoting hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin to treat COVID-19
But of course, that’s not what the rest of us are seeing with breakthough COVID-19 infections.
Remember, recent statistics found a very tiny number of breakthrough COVID-19 infections.
In fact, the CDC has only received 5,814 reports of COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough infections from 43 U.S. states and territories after more than 75 million people have been vaccinated!
Have 60% of New COVID-19 Patients Been Vaccinated Fact Check
It is not true that 60% of new COVID-19 patients have been vaccinated, but it is possible that some docs have been telling that to Harvey Risch, as it is almost certainly what he would like to hear.
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- FDA Withdraws Emergency Use Authorization for Hydoxychloroquine
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- Fighting “Credible Misinformation” Like Dr. Risch’s Newsweek Op-Ed