New York Times Admits People With Vaccines Alone Hospitalized More Than Unvaccinated People Who Had COVID

New York Times Admits People With Vaccines Alone Hospitalized More Than Unvaccinated People Who Had COVID

(TheRedWire.com) – Over the last several weeks, liberal entertainers began questioning why Americans are moving on with their lives. On Bill Maher’s HBO show, he pushed back on Dr. Anthony Fauci and said it’s time American’s stop blindly doing what he or other doctors say. Maher said he was never afraid of the threat from COVID-19 but of the government’s reaction to it. It appears he’s not alone.

For nearly a year, the government and public health officials told Americans a COVID-19 vaccine was the only way to protect against the virus. Across the country, cities are instituting their own forms of vaccine passports to allow participation in public activities.

Still, breakthrough cases are common, as is severe illness among the vaccinated. Now, the New York Times is reporting the unthinkable to public officials. They say unvaccinated individuals who previously contracted the disease have lower infection and hospitalization rates than those who are vaccinated but never contracted COVID-19.

Research compiled by The New York TImes suggested that the best protection against severe illness, hospitalization, and death was among those who contracted COVID and were vaccinated. Still, the paper warned COVID does have a severe risk for some people, and getting vaccinated and staying boosted was the best choice overall.

So, do Dr. Fauci and others owe America an explanation?

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