Fauci admits coronavirus vaccines don’t prevent infection | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Fauci admits coronavirus vaccines don’t prevent infection

Getting vaccinated for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) could maybe, possibly, reduce some of the symptoms associated with infection, says Anthony Fauci, but recipients should not expect to be protected against actual infection.

America’s top government “doctor” told the media the other day that President Donald Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” jabs are wholly unable to protect recipients against “catching” the novel virus, especially during the first round of injections. They should still get penetrated for the China virus, however, because doing so is good, or something.

“The primary thing you want to do is that if people get infected, prevent them from getting sick, and if you prevent them from getting sick, you will ultimately prevent them from getting seriously ill,” Fauci proclaimed at Yahoo Finance‘s recent All Markets Summit.

“If the vaccine also allows you to prevent initial infection, that would be great. [But] what I would settle for, and all of my colleagues would settle for, is the primary endpoint to prevent clinically recognizable disease.”

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