Top epidemiologist: CDC undercounting vaccinated COVID cases

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The CDC contends that only a small percentage of people in the United States who have been vaccinated will get COVID-19 — called “breakthrough cases” — but a leading epidemiologist argues that’s because the agency stopped counting the breakthrough cases of people who didn’t die or were not hospitalized.

“Some months ago the CDC stopped counting breakthrough cases … the large numbers of cases in people who had been vaccinated,” said Dr. Harvey Risch of the Yale School of Medicine in an interview Monday with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham.

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“So, of course, those cases don’t register for the CDC’s counts, and so the great proportion [of cases] that they’re claiming are in unvaccinated people,” Risch said.

“And that fallacy is why the U.S. and the CDC’s count is different from than Israel or the UK. It’s a fallacy.”

www.wnd.com/2021/07/top-epidemiologist-cdc-undercounting-vaccinated-covid-cases/

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