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New CDC Data Reveals Low COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake Among Americans

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Only 14% of US Adults Have Received Latest COVID-19 Vaccine

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning about the low compliance with their latest COVID-19 vaccine recommendation. According to CDC data, only 14 percent of US adults have received the latest COVID jab that became available in the fall. This means that a staggering 86 percent of Americans are skeptical of the Biden administration's agenda and are not getting vaccinated.

CDC Urges Vaccination to Reduce Severity of COVID-19

The CDC expressed concern about the low vaccine uptake, stating that most people will be without the added protection that can reduce the severity of COVID-19. The agency emphasized the importance of vaccination, especially for older adults who are at higher risk of severe outcomes from the virus. However, more than two-thirds of older adults have not received the updated COVID-19 vaccine.

Disparities in Vaccination Rates

The CDC reports that more white people have received the latest shot compared to black and Hispanic individuals. Additionally, Americans with health insurance are more likely to have received the new vaccine compared to those who are uninsured.

Celebration of Elderly Vaccination Rates

The CDC celebrated the number of elderly people who have received the updated COVID shot. According to their data, 30 percent of Americans aged 65 and older have received the new vaccine.

Human Trials and FDA Approval

The latest COVID shot underwent human trials with a reported 50 participants. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the vaccine after primarily testing its effects on animals.

Efforts to Increase Vaccine Confidence

The CDC is working to remove barriers to vaccination by partnering with community groups and trusted messengers, including doctors. Their goal is to build vaccine confidence and awareness among the public.

Survey Reveals Concerns About Vaccine Side Effects

A recent survey by Rasmussen Reports found that nearly a quarter of Americans believe someone they know died from side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine. The survey also revealed that 42 percent of respondents expressed a likelihood of joining a major class-action lawsuit against pharmaceutical giants Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, and others over the vaccine's side effects.

Increase in Vaccine-Related Beliefs

Another survey published by the Annenberg Public Policy Center showed an increase in the percentage of Americans who associate COVID-19 shots with autism. Additionally, more Americans are supporting the use of Ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19.

Importance of Vaccination for Hospitalization and Death Prevention

The CDC's latest warning emphasizes that COVID-19 is still a significant cause of hospitalization and death, especially for older adults and individuals with certain underlying medical conditions.

Controversy Surrounding CDC Protocols

During the height of the pandemic, some medical professionals claimed that patients were not dying from COVID itself but from the CDC protocol that required the use of Remdesivir, a drug that can cause renal failure, and intubators.

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