I can tell you all this is the case here locally (Niagara region) as well.
US Infections and Global Infections are plummeting
Why ARE coronavirus cases plummeting? New US infections have fallen 44% over the last 3 weeks and experts say vaccine is NOT the reason because only 8% of Americans have received their first dose -
- On Wednesday, a total of 110,679 new coronavirus infections were reported with a seven-day rolling average of 135,904, a 44% decline from the average three weeks earlier
- The decline appears to be a global phenomenon, with new infections falling worldwide for the past three weeks in a row, the World Health Organization said Monday
- Hospitalizations have fallen nearly 30% from a peak of of 132,474 on January 6 to 92,880, the lowest figure seen since November 29
- Currently, 44 states are seeing a decline in cases with just Alabama, Louisiana, Montana, New Jersey, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania trending upward, according to Johns Hopkins data
- California's 21,451 new confirmed cases on Tuesday are about one-third the mid-December peak of 54,000
- New York recorded 8,215 new infections on Tuesday, down from the record-high of 19,942 new cases reported on January 15
- Health experts say it is too soon for vaccines to be playing a role in the decline with just 8% of the population having received the first shot and fewer than 2% being fully immunized
- It appears to be a global phenomenon. The World Health Organization (WHO) noted Monday that new worldwide COVID-19 cases have fallen for the past three weeks in a row.
Vaccines had nothing to do with the decline- Zip, Zero, Zilch- Nadda! (and they were never going to)
However, most officials say that, with fewer than two percent of the population fully immunized against the virus, it is too soon to say that vaccines are causing the decline.
So the question remains: why are cases falling so fast in the U.S. and can the nation stay ahead of the fast-spreading mutations of the virus?
Public health experts believe that the decline in cases is likely a combination of a higher number of people who've had the virus than official counts suggest - meaning as many as 90 million people have antibodies against the virus - and fewer people traveling and holding gatherings than did over the winter holidays.
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As many as 90 million people have antibodies (US)- why that's "herd immunity" Or as I like to call it social immunity. I don’t buy the fewer people having gatherings and traveling claim. Seems there was no shortage of people traveling during the winter holidays and certainly there were gatherings..
Just an observation. Flu season normally peaks December through to February. And “Covid-19" is doing exactly the same.
Most of the time flu activity peaks between December and February, although activity can last as late as May.
We know for CERTAIN the drop in cases has nothing to do with the
vaccines. Because these experimental injections do not block transmission. Period. Regardless of how many poor souls were experimented upon, total of 2% globally injected, with this mRNA therapy that has no ability to block transmission was never going to slow the spread.
I’m entertaining two vastly more realistic possibilities. On or the other? Or a combo of both?
1- To me it appears that social immunity has kicked in. Yup, enough people have had Covid, that immunity is widespread in the northern hemisphere
2- Undoubtedly the plain ordinary seasonal flu was identified as Covid and it too has run it’s usual course
What we can say without a doubt is THE EXPERIMENTAL VACCINE HAS NO ROLE, IS NOT A FACTOR, IN THE REDUCED CASES.
That’s a fact!