8 thoughts on “On mandating COVID-19 vaccinations: Miller Report for July 27, 2021

  1. NBC News, citing unnamed officials aware of the decision, reported it comes after new data suggests vaccinated individuals could have higher levels of virus and infect others amid the surge of cases driven by the delta variant of the coronavirus,” the USA Today reported in a passage that was later scrubbed from an article.

    People that injected the Wuhan flu shot should Stay Home, wear masks so as to NOT infect others.

    Laughably illogical.

    WARNING: Medical malpractice lawsuits coming Mendocino health practitioners.

    • Thank you for your comments, Alberta. I looked for the article that you reference, but could not find it. The data published in scientific journals is exactly opposite of what you are stating.

      Vaccination against any virus works by giving our immune system a head start against the infection. People who are vaccinated still can get infected, but because of that head start the virus replication cannot get into full swing. With a substantially lower amount of virus being produced in ones body, the majority of vaccinated people won’t develop symptoms and won’t be contagious.

      That is not to say that a few people who are vaccinated won’t still go on to get sick and be contagious. However, the rate is much lower for a vaccinated person that an unvaccinated one. For example, with the new delta variant, it appears that as high as 24% of people who get infected may require hospitalization. The risk of hospitalization in a vaccinated person, on the other hand, is less than 1% with the delta variant.

      -William Miller, MD

  2. Thank you for your comments, Alberta. I looked for the article that you reference, but could not find it. The data published in scientific journals is exactly opposite of what you are stating.

    Vaccination against any virus works by giving our immune system a head start against the infection. People who are vaccinated still can get infected, but because of that head start the virus replication cannot get into full swing. With a substantially lower amount of virus being produced in ones body, the majority of vaccinated people won’t develop symptoms and won’t be contagious.

    That is not to say that a few people who are vaccinated won’t still go on to get sick and be contagious. However, the rate is much lower for a vaccinated person that an unvaccinated one. For example, with the new delta variant, it appears that as high as 24% of people who get infected may require hospitalization. The risk of hospitalization in a vaccinated person, on the other hand, is less than 1% with the delta variant.

  3. The crazy, convoluted, mixed up messaging from the CDC – it’s been this way from the beginning of the pandemic until now – has taken yet another turn. Now the CDC is recommending masks not just for the unvaccinated but for the vaccinated too.

    Btw, CDC is NOT a government agency, it is merely an Advisory agency, that regularly flip flops on it’s own advise.

    Show me the Science (ongoing, long term vetted peer to peer testing) not CDC pseudo hijinks.

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  5. Thank you, Dr. Miller, for all that you do for the community and especially for keeping us so well informed about these complicated issues.

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