‘New science is worrisome’: CDC recommends wearing masks indoors, again. What that means for vaccinated Americans.

Source: USA Today.

I take this story to be a sign that the risk of Antibody-Dependent Enhancement (ADE) of SARS-COV-2 infection is now officially recognized.

ADE is a phenomenon in which vaccinated people become more prone to harmful effects of new virus variants such that they are more likely to be harmed than unvaccinated people. ADE was not found to occur in the clinical trials for the current Covid vaccines prior to their public rollout, but the potential was well established.

If public health officials have solid evidence of ADE, how would they message it? Surely not by telling the vaccinated they face new Covid dangers they did not expect.

9 thoughts on “‘New science is worrisome’: CDC recommends wearing masks indoors, again. What that means for vaccinated Americans.

  1. I think the explanation is simpler than that.

    People are losing their fear and becoming happy again, and Democrats want people afraid and depressed because they’re easier to control that way.

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    1. RE: “People are losing their fear and becoming happy again, and Democrats want people afraid and depressed because they’re easier to control that way.”

      That, too.

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    2. I think it has more to do with Democrats pissing off the vaccinated thinking they will rebel against the unvaccinated. Mind control tactics if you will. So unless all of us older vaccinated break out the pitchforks and start jabbing the carefree unvaccinated young and suspicious black, I don’t think it will work…

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        1. So you are finally seeing the light of rational thought? I thought it impossible you being so extremist left but good for you, welcome aboard…

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