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There’s Something Happening To The Vaccinated In Maryland They are Trying to Cover Up!

There is an increasing amount of health data coming out of Maryland that is leading to growing concerns about the waning effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines, especially against the Delta variant.

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The data is still showing that the majority of the state residents who are hospitalized with the virus are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, but it doesn’t hide the fact that fully vaccinated individuals are starting to have a growing share.

The outlet noted that the trend is leading some public health experts to argue “Infections, illness, and hospitalizations are increasing rapidly among fully vaccinated people, according to data from the Maryland Department of Health and new research,” WBAL-TV reported on Tuesday.

According to one expert, “it’s time to reframe thinking” about the message regarding vaccines, with us now noting the fact that they won’t necessarily keep you from getting sick but they will increase your chance of survival.”Over the past three months in Anne Arundel County, about 30% of the people hospitalized with COVID-19 are fully vaccinated,” the report stated. “There’s a similar timeframe and trend in neighboring Howard County, where health officials said roughly 30% to 40% of people hospitalized with COVID-19 are fully vaccinated.”

Anne Arundel County Health Officer Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman blamed this trend on the waning vaccine efficacy, coupled with the rise in the Delta variant.

“Because Delta spreads more easily and causes more severe disease, we do see some hospitalizations,” Kalyanaraman explained.

Is this a national trend developing among the vaccinated?

Of course, the Maryland data is currently being framed as an outlier, but there are now some indicators that it’s part of a national trend.

Public health experts and mainstream media experts have for weeks inundated the American public with the excuse that the unvaccinated individuals presently account for nearly all of the COVID-19 hospitalizations, and they normally will cite a figure that is as high as 95% to 98%.

However, TheBlaze’s Daniel Horowitz pointed out earlier this month that those figures had been pulled from a ranged analysis gathered over six months that had been produced by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. When you look closer at these month-to-month figures, you will determine that the percentage share of hospitalizations for fully vaccinated individuals continues to steadily tick upward.

It was in June alone that fully vaccinated people made up as many of 16% of the nation’s COVID-19 hospitalizations.

“Given the rapid acceleration of waning immunity, inquiring minds would like to know what that number will look like heading into September,” Horowitz noted.

‘Good reasons to get vaccinated’

Of course, everyone acknowledges that the new data is disconcerting, but health experts in Maryland are still encouraging residents to get vaccinated as a way to boost their total immune response against COVID-19.

“It’s critical to get your vaccine to decrease your chance of getting hospitalized,” Kalyanaraman told WABL. “And also it turns out, long-COVID, those lingering symptoms, are much less likely to happen in the vaccinated as well, so there are a lot of good reasons to get vaccinated.”

What a mess this whole thing is turning out to be.

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