Coronavirus infections in the United States Capitol have skyrocketed lately. Most of the cases are impacting those members of the ruling class who have been fully “vaccinated” as well.
The seven-day average positivity rate rose from less than 1 percent to greater than 13 percent, according to a memo sent to lawmakers Monday from Capitol physician Brian Monahan. According to Monahan’s memo, the daily case rates will increase even more substantially in the coming weeks. Dozens of infections are discovered daily, and the cases represent both a rising rate of “breakthrough infections” among mostly vaccinated individuals as well as cases in a few unvaccinated individuals, according to a report by The Hill.
“The most common risk of acquiring infection is the individual’s activities outside the workplace, such as attendance at receptions, entertainment venues, celebrations, family gatherings, travel, and crowded indoor situations,” Monahan wrote.
Most cases are relatively mild, but older individuals and those with underlying medical conditions may experience severe disease even if vaccinated. But The Hill goes on to push the narrative that the booster is the “best” way to protect against omicron. We are not going to escape this mass vaccination agenda. It’s pushing forward regardless of what the Supreme Court decides on Friday. Businesses and private companies are already requiring the shot, or testing and masking (both of which have been proven to be little more than scams) in order to work for them.
Monahan said the problem is the masks and that they will need to be upgraded. “Blue surgical masks, cloth face masks, and gaiter masks must be replaced by the more protective KN95 or N95 masks,” Monahan wrote.
This isn’t going to end. It continues to ramp up. Stay alert. They are admitting that the shots aren’t working in the way they told us they should. Not only do they not work, but the deaths and side effect reports also continue to ramp up as people get more of these things injected into their bodies. Stay aware and alert. That’s the best preparation we can have right now. Continue to employ critical thinking.