The following is an excerpt from The National Pulse.
A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that people vaccinated against Covid-19 remained contagious with the virus for a longer period of time than their unvaccinated counterparts.
The disparity in contagiousness was particularly pronounced between the unvaccinated and individuals who did not receive a booster shot.
The findings were published in a letter to the editor signed by dozens of doctors from a variety of hospitals in Boston, Massachusetts in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine in June.
Researchers compiled a variety of graphs tracking how long people remained contagious with the virus, using both PCR tests and viral cultures as indicators.
When the data was separated into the categories “unvaccinated,” “vaccinated,” and “boosted,” individuals who did not receive a Covid-19 vaccine were contagious for a shorter period of time.
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Lon Spector says
Sharyl is the most honest independent journalist out there. And of course Lara Logan is a favorite also. They both care about people, not what the WEF, politicians, and corporations tell you to think.
Huh. And everyone in my family thought I was the dumb one. (I'm not vaccinated).
Our friends and former friends can’t help but wake up about all this, though some will always hold fast to the promoted myths.
Ann Minch says
So does this mean the establishment will use this an an excuse to force us to take the boosters?
I think it’s pretty much guaranteed that’s the angle they’ll push.