Let’s go back in time to 3/29/21 “No we know that the vaccines work well enough that the virus stops with every vaccinated person… The virus does not infect them…It cannot use a vaccinated person as a host to get more people.”
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Dec 26, 2021 · 7:57 PM UTC

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That didn't age well at all. @maddow
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If you have the slightest understanding of the scientific method, it has aged just fine. "When my information changes I change my mind. What do you do sir?" John Maynard Keynes
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Replying to @aginnt
When was the last time @maddow was right about anything?
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CDC and FDA created this confusion in late 2020 early 2021; viruses like corona are known to be able to TRY to make vacc person sick but don’t succeed much; but can still find another host to pass onto to try 🙄; poor methods of explanation
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I suppose there is a fine line between being wrong and explaining something poorly, like, so poorly you're wrong.
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Narrator: She's describing natural immunity
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36% who contract and survive Covid-19 develop NO ANTIBODIES to SARS-CoV-2. That is "natural immunity". In the meantime 1.5% of Covid-19 patients die, 5-10% require hospitalization, and an undetermined number develop "long covid". The vaccines are safe and effective.
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Given what they knew then, I guess...
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The concerning part is info about vaxs not stopping transmission was already available at the time but since it didn’t fit the narrative the scientists saying this were either discredited or flagged as spreading misinformation
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