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CDC Data Indicates Decreased COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Against Hospitalization Over Time

According to data presented by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on June 15, the efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine to help prevent hospitalization has declined significantly. The data, sourced from a CDC-run hospital network, suggests that the rate of those that received the vaccine who were also able to avoid a hospital stay dropped to negative 8 percent. 

The data was collected from January 23 to May 23 and focused on adults without compromised immune systems. During this time, the XBB strain was the most prevalent across the US. The information was obtained from individuals hospitalized in 25 hospitals across 20 states. This was done as part of the Investigating Respiratory Viruses in the Acutely Ill network. Cases and controls were hospitalized for COVID-like illness, with cases testing positive for COVID-19 and controls testing negative.

However, it is crucial to consider the context surrounding the introduction of the bivalent vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer in the fall of 2022. These vaccines were rushed and faulty, resulting in numerous reports of adverse reactions and injuries among patients who received the shot. Given these circumstances, it is not surprising that the vaccines have proven not just ineffective in preventing hospitalization, but actually INCREASED your risk of hospitalization according to the data.

Governments must respect the fundamental rights of their citizens, and refrain from interfering with a patient’s right to make their own medical decisions. In light of the waning effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines, it is crucial for Texans to step up and demand that Governor Abbott takes action to protect medical liberty.

It is time to place medical liberty on the agenda for an upcoming Special Session and ban vaccine mandates once and for all! Do you agree? Sign our petition here! Together, we can safeguard individual autonomy and protect the rights of Texans in matters of healthcare decision-making.

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