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The COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough conspiracy concerns the CDC falsifying the real numbers of breakthrough COVID-19 infections in the vaccinated.[1][2][3]

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The Laurel Leader Call, COLUMN: Get vaccinated, wear a mask and you will still be at COVID-risk, 8 Sept 2021

United States
The CDC continually maintains that 99.999% of people who were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 did not have a severe breakthrough case that led to hospitalization or death.[4] Meanwhile, only half of the states of the United States are reporting breakthrough cases and associated hospitalizations and deaths,[5] with Florida giving falsified numbers.[6]

Texas, Missouri, Louisiana, West Virginia and Wyoming have each submitted less than one-tenth of their total cases. Another handful of states, including Florida, Michigan and Kentucky, have smaller but still significant gaps in their data, each completely missing over 30% of their known cases.[7]

Only about fifteen states provide regular updates,[5] out of 46 states who provided initial data.[8] The Kaiser Family Foundation has attempted to gather state-reported data, reports the American Council on Science and Health.[5]

California - The Sacramento Bee, How inaccurate CA death records obscure COVID's true story, May 3, 2021

Florida - Miami Herald, Florida changed its COVID-19 data, creating an ‘artificial decline’ in recent deaths, AUGUST 31, 2021

Texas - "There's no data coming out of Texas," says software engineer Josh Zarrabi of Atlanta's Morehouse School of Medicine, reports NPR, 1 Sep 2021

Big media is not disclosing vaccination status among people that have been hospitalised or who have died since September 2021. Also, many big media reports have not been immediately disclosing cause of death.

  • Nurse DeAnna Pounders Russ, 46, died 3 September 2021. She was described as a "dedicated nurse". If said nurse was "dedicated" then she was likely vaccinated. The report does not reveal her vaccination status.[9]

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