The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has taken down from its website the statement that states “mRNA and the spike protein do not last long in the body.”
On July 15, the CDC quietly modified its website, removing the section that suggested mRNA and spike protein do not last in human bodies.
Under this topic, it stated that “our cells break down mRNA from these vaccines and get rid of it within a few days after vaccination.”
“Scientists estimate that the spike protein, like other proteins our bodies create, may stay in the body up to a few weeks,” it continued.
The CDC’s decision to hide this information about mRNA and spike proteins from the public is still an open question.
NEW – U.S. CDC appears to have deleted the statement that the “mRNA and the spike protein do not last long in the body” from their website. pic.twitter.com/HdH5ynAgOf
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Below is the updated information on the CDC website:
Research conducted by a third party and linked to the CDC at the bottom of this page reveals the following:
How long mRNA lasts in the body
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines work by introducing mRNA (messenger RNA) into your muscle cells. The cells make copies of the spike protein and the mRNA is quickly degraded (within a few days). The cell breaks the mRNA up into small harmless pieces. mRNA is very fragile; that’s one reason why mRNA vaccines must be so carefully preserved at very low temperatures.
How long spike proteins last in the body
The Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) estimates that the spike proteins that were generated by COVID-19 vaccines last up to a few weeks, like other proteins made by the body. The immune system quickly identifies, attacks and destroys the spike proteins because it recognizes them as not part of you. This “learning the enemy” process is how the immune system figures out how to defeat the real coronavirus. It remembers what it saw and when you are exposed to coronavirus in the future it can rapidly mount an effective immune response.
When you click on the link, a popup notification will appear that says, “CDC cannot attest to the accuracy of a non-federal website.”
It should be clear by now that Americans were lied to about the
MORE – There is still a link to a third-party website about the topic at the bottom of the page.
When you click on the link, a popup says, “CDC cannot attest to the accuracy of a non-federal website.” pic.twitter.com/2LmzoFeAVA
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A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine and conducted in Israel found that the immunity against the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 waned in all age groups a few months after receipt of the second dose of vaccine, as reported by The Gateway Pundit.
“These findings indicate that immunity against the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 waned in all age groups a few months after receipt of the second dose of vaccine,” the study concluded.
And according to a study published by CDC in February this year, the Covid booster mRNA vaccine effectiveness wanes after 4 months during the omicron period.
“During the Omicron-predominant period, VE against COVID-19–associated ED/UC visits and hospitalizations was 87% and 91%, respectively, during the 2 months after a third dose and decreased to 66% and 78% by the fourth month after a third dose. Protection against hospitalizations exceeded that against ED/UC visits.” the CDC said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also quietly released new guidelines on the COVID vaccination last week, as reported by TGP.
In a news briefing on Thursday, Greta Massetti, chief of the CDC’s Field Epidemiology and Prevention Branch, said, “The current conditions of this pandemic are extremely different from those of the prior two years.”
— Wittgenstein (@backtolife_2023) August 11, 2022
The CDC finally admitted that there is no logical reason to treat vaccinated people differently than unvaccinated people when both can readily get and spread the COVID virus.
From the CDC website.
“CDC’s COVID-19 prevention recommendations no longer differentiate based on a person’s vaccination status because breakthrough infections occur, though they are generally mild, and persons who have had COVID-19 but are not vaccinated have some degree of protection against severe illness from their previous infection”