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Thorner: Why Is Vermont, the most vaccinated state, grappling with another Coronavirus surge?


By Nancy Thorner - 

Keep in mind that you’re not considered “fully vaccinated” until two weeks after your second injection. If you got your second dose a week ago and end up in the hospital with COVID symptoms, you’re counted as "unvaccinated."

The case rate in Vermont is FAR higher now than it was in the fall of 2020, when no one had gotten the “vaccine.”  Vermont health commissioner Dr. Mark Levine says the surge is occurring primarily among unvaccinated people in their 20s and children aged 5 through 11 — which is obviously another ruse, given that the shots are just now being rolled out for 5- to 11-year-olds. 

Dr. Levin also tries to blame the delta variant, but delta has been around for months already, first case of delta in Vermont was identified in mid-May 2021.  

 So… Mr. Levine, it has taken six months for this extremely highly infections strain to just now cause the spike??. You might try another gambit, Dr. Levine.

Truth is protection is waning among those who got the COVID shot early to mid-year. Breakthrough cases among the fully vaccinated shot up 31% during the first week of November, per this ABC News report, Vermont has the highest vaccination rate in the country. So why are cases surging?

Here’s a hint, Dr, Levine.  Could it be that the shots are causing the problem?  And what?  We should now be getting a shot every month? Every week?  And all when the unvaccinated are showing a drop in cases.
As of Oct. 2021, almost no one is getting sick in Florida now that Governor Ron DeSantis has lifted all Wuhan coronavirus mandates and returned the state to normal, while in Vermont, where almost all are entirely vaccinated, hospitalizations and deaths per https://archive.is/h1AOX  (October 11, 2021) or Vermont Daily Chronicle can be found here.
LifeSite News reported fall, 2021 also about Vermont, almost three-quarters of COVID-19 deaths in September were vaccinated, reflecting a wave of breakthrough cases across the Northeast.
Sweden and the U.K. have reported similar trends. And in the U.S. leaked data from the Department of Defense last month showed that around 60 percent of older Americans hospitalized with coronavirus by August were “fully vaccinated,” while earlier, Israeli data published in August, 2021 showed that around one-third of Israelis given booster shots experienced side effects, while one in 100 required medical care.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, in an email to the Vermont Daily Chronicle, the Vermont Department of Health conceded that 76% of deaths in the state during September were among the vaccinated. They tried to excuse the number by noting that this is a very old population that was nearly universally vaccinated, but this is still a huge failure, for it was these people who needed the protection more than anyone else.
Newstarget put the number at 75% of the deaths from Covid vaccinated hereSaid Governor Lemont, as NBC Connecticut reported: “We’re 11 months into the vaccination program. In my view, if you were vaccinated more than six months ago, you’re not fully vaccinated, now is the time to get that booster.
Democratic New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham made similar comments at a briefing: “Because we were so early, that six months where immunity starts to wane, means that we’re more susceptible, potentially, to that virus as its moving.”
But not to worry!  You just need more shots, not really knowing if they will work, as the original ones have likewise fallen short of expectations.


  1. The worst public health disaster in our lifetimes, and entirely preventable. It amazes me that a majority of the public thought Biden would do a better job managing the pandemic than Trump was doing. Boy were they wrong! Florida is the model, DeSantis is the man who can make that success nationwide.

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