CDC abandons long-known-to-be-impossible goal of HERD IMMUNITY while providing buckets of “sciency” excuses for their lame thought processes, all dutifully recorded by LAT stenographer without a speck of irony

“Thinking that we’ll be able to achieve some kind of threshold where there’ll be no more transmission of infections may not be possible,” Jones acknowledged last week to members of a panel that advises the CDC on vaccines.

CDC shifts pandemic goals away from reaching herd immunity

CDC’s Dr Jones claims, “thinking that… may not be possible.” CDC’s Dr Brooks says Dr Jones’ admission “almost makes you less motivated to get more people vaccinated.” A different Dr Brooks at the CDC says, “It’s a science-communications problem.” Kathleen Jamieson from the University of Pennsylvania claims “humans are not a herd” and we should be thinking about “community immunity,” which rhymes. Raj Bhopal from the University of Edinburgh says, “It’s a pity we can’t take the public along with us on that road of uncertainty,” which believe me you have. Lastly, the LAT stenographer without a single mention of vaccine failure and how that bears on this subject placidly genuflects to the “maddening complexity of herd immunity” and signs off without ever having mentally signed in. ABN

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