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What Is The Status of Pandemic for The USA?

What Is The Status of Pandemic for The USA?

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URL list from Tuesday, Jul. 12 2022

Updated US Infection- and Vaccine-Induced SARS-CoV-2 Seroprevalence Estimates Based on Blood Donations, July 2020-December 2021 | Infectious Diseases | JAMA | JAMA Network
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2793517

Implications of the emergence and spread of the SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern BA.4 and BA.5 for the EU/EEA
https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/news-events/implications-emergence-spread-sars-cov-2-variants-concern-ba4-and-ba5

Weekly COVID-19 country overview
https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/covid-19/country-overviews

What Omicron’s BA.4 and BA.5 variants mean for the pandemic
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-01730-y

Omicron subvariant BA.5 now accounts for 65% of cases in the U.S.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/omicron-ba5-subvariant-immune-evading-covid-155640198.html

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Deaths – Our World in Data
https://ourworldindata.org/covid-deaths

Zoe Health Study – COVID Data
https://health-study.joinzoe.com/data#levels-over-time

SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern and variants under investigation
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1086494/Technical-Briefing-43-28.06.22.pdf

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  1. I keep hearing that the vaccines still prevent hospitalization and death. Is that definitely still true with BA.5? Is it true for the youngest children as well? I don’t understand how it is able to do that despite mutating so many times since the original strain and I’ve never heard anyone explain it.

  2. "Maybe the government has some more data we don't know about" …… not sure about the data but I know for a 110% fact that they have a few lobbyists from Pfizer and Moderna explaining to them that it is more severe

  3. I'm also two doses vaccinated, I got infected twice, whatever infected me for the second time felt like a sore through. I didn't feel betrayed, because I never really trust these vaccines sellers

  4. I don't understand why we are only talking about vaccination and prior infection. We know neither of those work to prevent infection and reinfection. Other mitigation measures must be employed in order to slow down transmission and prevent infection in the first place. Ventilation is key – try carrying a small CO2 meter with you and bring it into inside spaces to see how long the virus may be hanging around in the air you are breathing in. Masking with N95, KN95 or better is also an effective strategy for prevention. Of course, the health of your own immune system is key – good vitamin D levels are essential.

  5. Unfortunately ALL countries are dancing to the tune of the Pied Piper CDC: USA, Canada, Australia, UK and other European countries regarding vaccination and boosters. If CDC suggested boosters ad infinitum … the governments would agree without using critical thinking of their own scientists, because no one wants to tell the truth about the Emperor's New Gold Clothes. No one wants to go against the flow .

    You don't need to be a scientist to observe that family, friends, relatives and neighbors fully boostered are still catching COVID. So much for the excellent efficacy that they were bombarding us with.

    Off course they will counter argue that the new varients are to blame for these infections. Again you don't need to be a scientist to observe that these varients are not as life threatening as the original.

    So the question that needs answering is …
    -Why all the scaremongering again?
    -Why constantly roll out boosters every time there is a new varient?
    – Will this be the new trend 2nd, 3rd 4th … Infinity boosters?

    The line has to be drawn now!
    If leaders of countries are reading this, You MUST take the reins of decision making back. Use critical thinking and logic to decide. Don't follow the Pied Piper. Tell the Emperor the TRUTH about his new Gold Clothes.

    Stay healthy and happy folks !

  6. The US government just spent 3.2 billion dollars on more Pfizer shots for the fall. When I hear this kind of news I grow angrier by the day. If it is as severe as they want everyone to believe then why have they not authorized Novavax? If they truly thought things would continue to get worse why not allow every treatment available? It is hard to not think there's a conflict of interest with Pfizer. As for Fauci's comments in the article, I found it interesting that he said the unvaxxed are putting their own life at risk. The narrative that Covid is a pandemic of the unvaxxed can't hold water anymore. This makes me wonder why the shots are still being forced on employees in certain fields.

  7. I had Delta last August. It was in the deep lung. I had no fever or chills, just tired, body aches and lots of coughing (sore throat because of coughing). Also had the loss of smell and test. Ivermectin helpped. I also feel that, that infection ramped up my seasonal allergies. I recently travel to S. Carolina from Oregon. When I hit the mid west and south my allergies went wild. Itch eyes and crazy runny nose, also my voice went froggy and out. Or was it the latest COVID?

  8. If they want us to get boosted even though the virus has escaped immunity and this does not make sense then can we all just send big Pharma a bit more money in the mail to make them happy in exchange for them to not scare us for a few more months?

  9. Why on earth did you get two jabs knowing how dangerous this experimental drug is? You make no sense. You will constantly get sick now. Were you part of the trials?.

  10. DON'T REMOVE!
    We actually need more of these type of comments. You see, these work as useful conclusions to your data analysis vs what the establishment wants to push.
    Thanks a lot for this!

  11. Can we please look at the data that shows people that contract Covid more than once increase the risk of death and long-term health issues.😭. Thanks. Is that true?

    Can we also look at the issue of people with autoimmune issues the shot well drug companies are stating that we need to be super careful even though we’re vaccinated and we have to pretend that were unvaccinated?? Doesn’t seem worth getting vaccinated if you’re just as at risk? Can we look at that?

  12. Time to look at the work of those who said. Vaccinating in the middle of a pandemic will lead to immune escape. So let’s not keep doing the same thing while expecting a different result each time we do it.

  13. The article is contradictory. They can't have it both ways. Something doesn't smell right. Thank you for sharing your insights into thus report.

  14. Perhaps the persistence of widespread infection in communities all over the world with frequent (new) variant "waves" transitioning through populations, requires a completely new understanding of viral – host immunity interaction – and it just isn't there at present. It does feel as if the "science" is at increasing risk of being overwhelmed by events.

  15. Responding to the first Q at the end;

    My 36yr-old daughter-in-law was diagnosed with Covid in early 2020, and became very ill. Though she experienced rather serious respiratory symptoms, she was not hospitalized (overcrowding/her age/good gen. health), but remained in isolation at home for about 2 weeks. She recovered fully except for diminished sense of smell, moderate fatigue, and mild upper respiratory symptoms lasting about 6 mo.

    She was immunized in late 2020, when the vaccine became available to "essential workers", and received second vaccine as well, within 6 mo.

    She was pos for covid again in early 2021, then again in late 2021, and had a 3rd reinfection this past spring; spring 2022.

    Each subsequent infection was milder and more brief than the one before; the last infection lasting about 4 days, and from which she recovered fully. During the 3rd reinfection, she did did not feel the need for a lot of bed rest, however, she took the required 7 days off work.

    Interestingly, her husband, my 45yr-old son, took care of her fully, as needed, during the first two infections, and was not vaccinated, yet he did not become ill and has never tested pos for covid.

  16. I love facts and you and your Dr.s give me such peace with feeling very informed with all my choices. I feel so informed and I thank you so very much from the bottom of my heart. Thank you

  17. As I watch this, I am fighting a mild case of covid with RUNNY NOSE! What is scary is that my dog is also sick with respiratory illness (nasal discharge, rattling lungs). I have heard that cats can get covid but not anything about dogs. It seems like too much of a coincidence that both my dog and I got respiratory illness at the same time.

  18. Healthy unvax 29 year old tested positive for cov earlier this year. Symptoms lasted 9 days. Mild from sore throat to fatigue. No congestion. Fatigue lasted the final 3 days. Took 'all in one vital greens' which seemed to help improve energy. No other house hold had symptoms all unvaccinated with 2 people considered 'at risk'. Had flu recently, symptoms lasted 7 days. Tested negative to covid. Sore throat to body ache and fever.

  19. Thank you very much for your insights and perspective. Interesting that a higher temperature in the lower respiratory tract and systemically, versus in the upper respiratory tract, could inhibit replication of other coronaviruses. Looked up a study that suggested that "febrile temperatures associated with COVID-19 inhibit SARS-CoV-2 replication in respiratory epithelia" (from article: "Elevated temperature inhibits SARS-CoV-2 replication in respiratory epithelium independently of IFN-mediated innate immune defenses"). So fever could be a useful immune response against covid.

  20. Because, we've got vaccination/s; much better at understanding how to save lives, both including via better pharma treatments and otherwise; all of which does not automatically mean the virus is less severe, unless only unvaccinated and untreated with recent anti-virals etc, are considered to the exclusion of all others and compared with same for previous variants. Except that it now clearly not to be getting into the lower respiratory tract to the same extent, hence effectively less severe average outcomes?

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