Saturday, February 19, 2022

COVID-19 deaths, hospitalizations, cases, % positive tests fall nationwide : 10 CDC findings

COVID-19 deaths fell nationally for the second consecutive week, while hospitalizations declined for the third straight week and cases dropped for the fourth, according to the CDC's COVID data tracker weekly review published Feb. 18.

Ten things to know: 

Reported cases

1. As of Feb. 16, the nation's seven-day case average was 121,665, a 43 percent decrease from the previous week's average.


2. The current seven-day death average is 2,021, down 14.5 percent from the previous week's average. Some historical deaths have been excluded from these counts, the CDC said. 


3. The seven-day hospitalization average for Feb. 9-15 was 8,642, a 28.8 percent decrease from the previous week's average. 


4. As of Feb. 16, about 252.4 million people — 76 percent of the total U.S. population — have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and more than 214.2 million people, or 64.5 percent of the population, have received both doses. 

5. About 92.2 million additional or booster doses in fully vaccinated people have been reported. The CDC said 50 percent of people eligible for a booster dose have not yet gotten one, down from 53.2 percent a week prior.

6. The seven-day average number of vaccines administered daily was 516,988 as of Feb. 16, a 12.6 percent decrease from the previous week.


7. The seven-day average for percent positivity from tests is 8.4 percent, down 4.52 percent from the previous week. 

8. The nation's seven-day average test volume for the week of Feb. 4-10 was about 1.2 million, down 14.8 percent from the prior week's average.


9. Based on projections for the week ending Feb. 12, the CDC estimates the omicron variant accounts for 100 percent of new COVID-19 cases in the U.S.

10. CDC estimates that BA.1, the original omicron strain, accounts for 73.2 percent of cases, while the BA.2 subvariant accounts for 3.9 percent of cases. 


Anonymous said...

"Official U.K. Lab Report confirms Covid-19 Vaccines definitely contain Graphene Oxide"

The Covid-19 vaccines have been 'forensically examined' in the 'United Kingdom' and a laboratory report confirms they contain graphene nanomaterials that can penetrate the body’s natural barriers and 'damage the central nervous system', and Graphene Oxide which 'can damage internal organs, destroy blood health, trigger cancer, and cause changes in gene function among a host of other ill effects'.

Meryl Nass, M.D. said...

I am not ready to comment on graphene oxide. I will say that I am not sure that what is supposed to be in the vaccines, according ot their labels, are exactly what is in the vaccines.

The fact that no licensed product is being made available in the US--which has to meet a much higher standard than "may be effective" and presuably benefits exceed risks--should scare everyone.

David Barnes said...

Looking at the reports on that page, one of them talks about the waning "effectiveness" of the shots.

"The finding that protection conferred by mRNA vaccines waned in the months after receipt of a third vaccine dose reinforces the importance of further consideration of additional doses"

Sounds to me like they are laying groundwork to move forward with four injections.

David Barnes said...

This is from the statement of work by the US Army on July 21, 2020:

Notice everything is blacked out except for "prevention of Covid-19" (which it doesn't do).

All this HIV talk makes me nervous because Fauci's first instinct in the 80s was to find a vaccine for it, and I doubt he's given up on that.

Anyway, during the trials an old friend of Fauci's (spontaneously?) sent a letter to Francis Collins demanding that HIV-positive people be included in the Phase 2/3 trials. Here is the letter writer and Fauci together:

and the letter:

They went ahead and added HIV+ patients. This seems reckless to me - couldn't that throw off the results, either by medication they are on or HIV itself? Why would they do this, because earlier they explicitly ruled out HIV+ people?

Maybe the answer is in the blacked-out portions of the Statement of Work.