Despite 95% vaccination rate, Cornell today has five times more COVID cases than it did this time last year

Obviously, the goal is not to prevent infection!

The Most Revolutionary Act

Joseph Silverstein

The College Fix

ANALYSIS: If the goal is to prevent infection, the 95 percent vaccination rate on Cornell’s campus has not accomplished that.

Cornell University has aggressively pushed its students to get vaccinated, announcing a vaccine mandate for the 2021-22 academic year in April and frequently denying religious and medical exemptions.As a result, 95 percent of the campus population, both students and faculty, is vaccinated.

Despite this, Cornell University has more than five times the amount of confirmed positive cases during its first week of this academic year than it did during its first week of the 2020-21 academic year, according to the Cornell COVID dashboard.

By the numbers, during the first week of school that ran from Aug. 27 to Sept. 2 of this academic year, Cornell reported 322 positive COVID-19 cases.

In comparison, during the first week of school last year, which ran from Sept. 3…

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2 thoughts on “Despite 95% vaccination rate, Cornell today has five times more COVID cases than it did this time last year

  1. I think there are many variants of the mutations now that is evading the vaccine. Our leaders and experts are just scared to tell the world that this is it, Sickness , Death , Economic on and off shutdowns forever. Scary truth. Take care my friend. We try to live longer for those we love by doing what must be done for all.

  2. Dear Island Traveler, yes, this is scary truth! I am 87 now, and I try to live longer for my family, who are worried about me. You are a dear friend. Thank you, and please you and your loved ones continue to enjoy life as much as you can, and stay safe! 🙂
    Much love and very best wishes!
    From Uta in NSW, Australia 🙂

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