Unvaccinated People Are Going To Hospitals For COVID Less, New York Times Admits

(PatriotWise.com)- Well, it finally happened. The far-left New York Times has finally admitted that Republicans and non-radical-leftists were right all along when they said that unvaccinated people have lower rates of infection and hospitalization than people who have received all three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

On the far-left outlet’s COVID-19 live blog on January 19, a post revealed how unvaccinated people had “lower rates of infection and hospitalization than those protected by vaccines alone.”

The post read:

“During the week beginning May 30, 2021, vaccinated people who had not experienced Covid had the lowest risk of coronavirus infection and hospitalization, followed by unvaccinated people who had been previously diagnosed with Covid.

By the week beginning Oct. 3, however, vaccinated people with a prior diagnosis fared best against the Delta variant. Unvaccinated people with a history of Covid also had lower rates of infection and hospitalization than those protected by vaccines alone.”

The Times admitted that the data are consistent with trends observed by researchers all over the world.

The Times said that the news is a result of the “waning of vaccine-derived immunity,” arguing that researchers say vaccines offer better long-term immunity while natural immunity is more effective in the short term.

It comes after a study from the Robert Koch Institute found that roughly 80% of new Omicron cases were occurring in people who were fully vaccinated and boosted.

Do we need any more evidence at this point that the vaccine doesn’t work as intended, and that the only way we’ll reach herd immunity is when enough people have naturally contracted and recovered from this virus?