As has been repeatedly reported here and in the media. If everyone would take the time to read through an entire msm article/medical studies you would know that the vaccine was NEVER tested or proven to stop the transmission of Covid-19
The bar was set so low for this 'vaccine', actually RNA therapy, in order to get it out as fast as possible. Remember this was not approved. This vaccine was only authorized for emergency use.
"San Diego nurse has tested positive for COVID-19 more than a week after receiving the vaccine for the virus, highlighting the point that inoculations are not silver bullets against the pandemic.
The nurse, who identified himself only as Matthew W., posted in a Facebook message about receiving the COVID vaccine from Pfizer and then six days later becoming sick with what he later found out was the coronavirus, KGTV, an ABC affiliate out of San Diego, reported.
Matthew received the Pfizer vaccine as a healthcare employee, who works at two different San Diego local hospitals, on Dec. 18. He said he started feeling ill on Christmas Eve as he suffered from chills, muscle aches, and fatigue, the news outlet said.
On Dec. 26, he went to a drive-up hospital coronavirus testing site, where he tested positive for the virus.
Matthew is not the only case of a person getting the vaccine and then contracting COVID-19.
Dr. Christian Ramers, an infectious disease specialist with Family Health Centers of San Diego, told KGTV that he knows of several other cases in the San Diego area with healthcare workers, saying this shows that the vaccine results are not immediate and the drug does not offer full protection."
I don't assume Matthew W and other others that got Covid after the vaccine were necessarily infected prior to receiving the vaccine because it seems highly likely that Matthew W is checked regularly for Covid-19. Example, in local LTC homes, staff are tested weekly.
Here's why the vaccine didn't stop transmission? Because it was never, ever proven to be capable of doing so! It was never tested for this purpose. It was never shown to be capable of blocking transmission.
I just covered this yesterday:
"Here's what the studies don't yet show. They haven't looked at whether the vaccine prevents someone from carrying COVID-19 and spreading it to others. It's possible that someone could get the vaccine but could still be an asymptomatic carrier."
Matthew W was not asymptomatic.
"Simply preventing mild cases is not enough and may not justify the risks associated with vaccination," said Peter Doshi, an associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, who detailed his concerns in an editorial in The BMJ.
Few expect Covid-19 vaccines to be that effective. "We're trying to lower that bar and determine how much lower is acceptable," Casper said."
Lower the bar. Just one big giant human RNA therapy experiment. Risks from the vaccination not justified.
Considering the higher then usual anaphylactic reactions.....
There is no real pay off and a whole lot of risk.