New Study Reveals Vaccinated Just As Likely To Spread Virus

( An incredible new study published last Friday just revealed, once again, that people who have received COVID-19 vaccinations are perfectly capable of spreading the Delta variant of the virus. It’s something we already know and studies have already shown before, but this latest study proves without a shadow of a doubt that the vaccines just do not work as we were told they do.

The study was published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal and revealed that those who have contracted COVID-19 had a similar viral load whether or not they had taken the vaccine. It also found that some 25% of vaccinated household contacts still contracted the virus. Some 38% of unvaccinated people were also diagnosed with COVID-19.

It makes you wonder…is there any point in taking the vaccine at all?

Researchers obtained the data by analyzing some 621 symptomatic COVID patients in the United Kingdom, and it found that while “vaccines remain highly effective at preventing severe disease and deaths from COVID-19,” the vaccines themselves are not sufficiently good at preventing transmission of the Delta variant while in household settings or instances of long exposure.

Researchers said that the vaccine was more effective at stopping transmission of the Alpha variant – the first variant of the virus – within the household.

However, the Alpha variant is no longer the most common in the United States. So unless you’re immunocompromised and want to stave off the possibility of a severe response to the virus, why exactly is the vaccine so important?

The researchers came to a different conclusion, however. Despite finding that the vaccine does not sufficiently prevent transmission, they recommended that booster programs and even vaccinating teenagers will help to create the “currently limited effect of vaccination on transmission.”

The vaccines don’t work…so let’s vaccinate more people!