The CDC has issued a travel risks to various different countries and 12 of them are the most vaccinated countries in the world.
12 out of the 13 of the most vaccinated countries on the Johns Hopkins list are also listed by the CDC as very high or high risk for travel.
The countries listed as very high travel risk include Malta, United Arab Emirates, Seychelles, Chile, Uruguay, Bahrain, Mongolia
The countries list as high travel risk include Iceland, Qatar, Belgium, Canada, Israel
According to the CDC’s website they define vaccine as the following:
“Vaccine: A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease. Vaccines are usually administered through needle injections, but can also be administered by mouth or sprayed into the nose.”
So if a vaccine is suppose to create immunity why are so many people who have received the vaccine contracting Covid-19?
Why are the most vaccinated countries in the world the highest risk for travel?
It appears that the Covid-19 vaccine is ineffective as outlined by the CDC definition of what a vaccine is suppose to do.
Lets look at Iceland as an example…
“Iceland has the third highest rate of COVID-19 vaccinations in the world with 75% of their population vaccinated. They also currently have more daily cases than they have ever had in the last 16-months. Thankfully, viruses get less deadly over time, and deaths in Iceland remain near zero. Unfortunately, if the goal of a vaccine is to stop the spread of an infection in order to gain herd immunity then the COVID-19 vaccines are not working.” – @KanekoaTheGreat
And then there’s India…
This is bizarre. India has an extremely low vaccination rate of 7.9%, but… is not seeing a surge due to Delta.
I'm out of explanations, but I do have a strong hypothesis on what is fueling the Delta variant.🔻 pic.twitter.com/CstFDZ5ie2
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) August 5, 2021