Vaccinated people make up a majority of covid deaths, according to Washington Post

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Vaccinated people make up a majority of covid deaths, according to Washington Post

The Americans were facing a winter of severe illness and death last year, according to President Joe Biden. He said that the unvaccinated would overwhelm hospitals. That didn't age well, and now the data is out and it is not making the president look good.

The Washington Post reported for the first time that vaccinated people make up a majority of covid deaths, a shocking admission by a mainstream media giant. The number of people who have been vaccinated has gone up over the past year, despite the fact that it's been a troubling trend.

The Post said that at least a majority of Americans dying from the coronavirus received their first dose of the vaccine. In a report released Thursday, the Washington Post said that Fifty-eight percent of coronavirus deaths in August were caused by people who were vaccinated or boosted. The Post reported that the waning efficacy of COVID 19 vaccines and increasingly contagious strains of the virus are spreading to elderly and immunocompromised people and have resulted in more deaths among those who have taken at least one vaccine dose.

The death increase is a continuation of a trend that emerged in 2022, according to an analysis by Cynthia Cox, vice president at the Kaiser Foundation. The number of deaths in people who have been vaccinated has gone up as the number of vaccinations has risen and new variants have appeared, according to the Washington Post. In September of 2021, vaccinated people made up 23% of covid deaths. That number went up to 42% by January 2022.

About 35 million Americans have been given boosters that were available in September for people 12 and over, and in September for children as young as 5 last month. That is just a mere 10 percent of the U.S. population.

This report further proves that covid 19 vaccines and booster shots did not save lives of covid 19 patients, once touted to save people from dying.