Unseen data from a government funded project revealed that Moderna’s mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations and Pfizer’s effectiveness have declined over the years. With each week, the effects diminish in fully-vaccinated people.
The Dept. launched an AI program. of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) called “Project Salus” has examined data on 5.6 million Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 and older, 2.7M were vaccinated with Pfizer, and 2.9M with Moderna. The data was posted on October 5th on the Humetrix website, a platform that provides healthcare organizations and government agencies with real-time clinical data management.
These new results revealed that the vast majority of those 65+ Medicare beneficiaries who were fully vaccinated had been infected by COVID-19. It is possible that this means that only vaccinated people are at risk.
This claim was supported by two studies published in New England Journal of Medicine from Israel and Qatar. They showed that vaccine effectiveness decreases with time, despite individuals having been fully vaccinated.
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Israel previously reported on the rise in COVID-19-related cases among fully vaccinated individuals. According to Dr. Haviv, the vaccinated account for 85-90% of all new hospitalizations and 95% of “severe” cases at the Herzog Medical Center in Jerusalem.
Rochelle Walensky, Director at the CDC said this week that Covid vaccines are not effective in preventing the transmission of the China-related virus.
These new data show that there is no 100% vaccine. This destroyed the narrative from the left and Joe Biden claiming this is “a pandemic of the unvaccinated.”
From the JAIC Project Salus:
Below are the data that shows that 71% of COVID-19-related cases were found in individuals who had been fully vaccinated, out of 80% of those 65 and over.
Below is data that shows how vaccine effectiveness declines with time. This data shows that there are more breakthrough infections after receiving the vaccine over the course of 5-6 months than they were 3-4 years ago.
Data shows an increasing trend. What will happen in a year? Is that going to lead to more COVID-19-related cases for the vaccivaccinated?
These data show that 60% of COVID-19 hospitalizations were in fully-vaccinated patients in this 80% population 65+.
The graph below shows that ‘vaccine effectiveness’ decreases over time. It is clear that hospitalizations for people who received their vaccine early were nearly twice as high as those who did not get it. There’s a high number of people hospitalized 5-6 months after the vaccination compared to 3-4 months post-vaccination.
The following is an overview of data from the report.
Does the effectiveness of vaccines decrease over time?
- In this cohort of 5.6 million Medicare beneficiaries 65 years and older, breakthrough infections are very rare. They have been observed in 2.9% of the cases from January 2020.
- Hospitalization rates (21% vs 32%) and deaths rate (4% vs 12%) for breakthrough infections are lower that those observed in Covid-19 patients in the 2020 pre-vaccination phase
Are vaccine efficacy and safety reduced in the Delta version?
- Estimated VE against Delta-related hospitalization (62%) exceeds the VE for Delta infection (41%).
- The VE for both Moderna and Pfizer BioNTech mRNA vaccinations seems to decrease starting five months after the initial injection
Do the needs vary according to sub-populations?
- Older age groups (75-84 & 85 and older) have reduced vaccine protection against hospitalization in breakthrough infections
- A prior COVID-19-related infection can have a significant additional protective effect on hospitalization for breakthrough infections
- Breakthrough infections that occur 6 months after vaccination are at higher risk for hospitalization (odds ratio = 2.5)
Read the complete report here