As the fear and panic subsides from the COVID-19 pandemic, the peddlers of propaganda are doing everything in their power to fight the waning fright. Headlines abound about the "Delta Variant" and how it is "bringing back the dark clouds of last year." But much to the chagrin of team doom, the pandemic's end appears to be on the horizon.
As the government struggles to convince the rest of the population to get the COVID-19 vaccine, some officials — apparently unafraid of ridicule — are pushing for the vaccination of cats and dogs. Seriously.
According to an article in the Mirror, Ministers are being urged to ensure cats and dogs get Covid jabs once all people have been vaccinated. In an ominous undertone, officials stated that animals should get the vaccine "once the human population has been dealt with."
“Covid possibly started in bats. The priority is to vaccinate humans, but a year or so down the line we have to look at animal vaccines,” Sir Mark Hendrick, according to the Mirror.
Kevin Tyler, editor of journal Virulence, told the Mirror that “Mutations could come back into humans looking quite different.
“A substantially different variant could be a problem in the future. The best way to deal with that might be vaccines.”
This notion is utterly ridiculous given the fact that there have only been a handful cases world wide in which animals have tested positive for COVID. As TFTP reported last year, a fruit in Tanzania tested positive for COVID-19. Should we also begin vaccinating our produce?
As officials move to vaccinate our dogs and cats, more than 4,100 people have been hospitalized or died with COVID in the U.S. despite having been fully vaccinated, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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According to a report in Forbes, as of June 21, 2021. Nearly half (49 percent) of these cases have been female and a little over three-quarters (76 percent) have been 65 years and older. There were a total of 3,907 hospitalizations and 750 deaths among those who had breakthrough infections, although not all of the hospitalizations may have been due primarily to Covid-19.
What's more, according to the CDC’s website, the number of COVID vaccine breakthrough infections are likely an undercount of all SARS-CoV-2 infections among fully vaccinated persons due to passive and voluntary reporting.
“These surveillance data are a snapshot and help identify patterns and look for signals among vaccine breakthrough cases,” the agency stated. “No unexpected patterns have been identified in the reported breakthrough infections.”
According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, about half of all adults who tested positive for COVID-19's "delta variant" had been fully inoculated with the Pfizer Inc. vaccine.
On top of breakthrough cases, there has been a record number of adverse reactions reported to the CDC, many of them now include children. One of those children is Maddie de Garay, who received the Pfizer vaccine when she was 12. She is now is in a wheelchair.
"Why is she not back to normal? She was totally fine before this. She did the right in trying to help everyone else and they’re not helping her," said Stephanie de Garay, Maddie's mother.
According to the CDC's most recent data, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) has received 6,113 reports of death post vaccination. There have also been over 387,000 reports of adverse events from all age groups and 31,240 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and June 18, 2021. In children, there have been 11,584 adverse event reports including 578 rated as serious and nine reported deaths among 12- to 17-year-olds.
Instead of examining these shocking and historically unprecedented reports, the government has been spending billions to get Americans to take it. And now they want your pets to take it too.