UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKLEY’S 99% VACCINATED FOOTBALL TEAM HAS A COVID OUTBREAK | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKLEY’S 99% VACCINATED FOOTBALL TEAM HAS A COVID OUTBREAK

Even though 99% of the University of California Berkely’s football team has been fully “vaccinated,” 44 team members have now tested positive for COVID-19.

Let’s start with the simple math. College football teams have a minimum of 85 players and can have up to 105 players. If they have a maximum of 105 players, then 42% of the fully vaccinated team have had a “rare” breakthrough infection.

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But they are still trying to spin this to make the vaccine look like it worked. Since so many of the cases were among vaccinated players, many of whom were asymptomatic, according to Cal officials. If it is true that 99% of this team is “vaccinated,” that means just one player is not.

But some of the players were symptomatic, meaning they got a cold, and therefore, the whole team was tested.

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