In an article called, “The C.D.C. is not Publishing Large Parts of the Covid Data It Has,” reporter Apoorva Mandavilli says: “For over a year, the CDC has collected data on Covid-19 hospitalizations in the United States and broke it down by race, age and vaccination status. But it has not made most of this information public.”
Mandavilli, who covers global health and science for the Times, reported the agency published “only a small fraction of the data it has collected” since the pandemic started, including data about booster efficacy for people between 18 and 49, a huge chunk of the American population.
Reasons listed are bureaucracy, the sample size, and the data not being “ready for prime time,” but one that is definitely raising eyebrows is the statement that this data could be “misinterpreted” by vaccine skeptics.
From this report:
“Last year, the agency was under fire for not watching so-called breakthrough infections among vaccinated Americans, and focusing on people who got ill enough to be hospitalized or die. The agency gave that information as a risk comparison with unvaccinated people, rather than give timely snapshots of hospitalized people by their age, sex, and vaccination status.”
“But the C.D.C. was routinely getting information since the coronavirus vaccines were first released last year, according to officials close the effort. The agency was reluctant to make those numbers public, the official said, because they could get misinterpreted as the vaccines really being ineffective.”
Instead, health officials were forced to rely on information from Israel and elsewhere to make their decisions, the Times said.
This comes at a time when Americans are tired of Democrats’ pushes for vaccines and mask wearing. This new information proves that there is more to the story than the officials in the Biden White House would have you believe. Censorship is the primary tool of the left because they understand their narrative cannot survive under scrutiny. Not the vaccines, open borders or any of their other insane agendas.