Well this is a doozy, and just days after our last entry on COVID-19 vaccine negative effectiveness (the vaccine increases the chance of infection, and in some cases also hospitalisation and death). We reported late last year that the FDA, referring to Pfizer’s own analysis, was aware that there appeared to be some level of negative effectiveness. Now the CDC, reporting on the new variant, BA.2.whoevencaresanymore (sorry, BA.2.86), states: “BA.2.86 may be more capable of causing infection in people who have previously had COVID-19 or who have received COVID-19 vaccines.” This appears to be a half-admission that those who have not had COVID and have not had the COVID jab are less, yes you heard me, less likely to get this new form of COVID than those who are jabbed.
"...causing infection in people who have previously had COVID-19 or who have received COVID-19 vaccines"
Like you, when I first saw that I thought something was up. I suspect they snuck the "previously had COVID-19" bit in there just so they wouldn't have to admit the jabs are the cause.
The story just gets worse.
"Natural immunity is superior".
Agreed. "We know that immunity to SARS-CoV-1 is very durable, persisting for at least 12-17 years [8-10]. Immunologists know that immunity to SARS-Cov-2 is no different."