Pushing Fear? CDC Drastically Over Estimates Number Of Omicron Cases In U.S.

The question becomes, was this done on purpose to put ‘fear’ into Americans in order to keep pushing COVID vaccines?



The CDC significantly reduced its estimate for how prevalent the omicron variant of COVID-19 is in the United States on Tuesday, saying that the new variant was only responsible for 22.5% of new cases in the week that ended Dec. 18, not the alarming 73.2% that it had originally estimated last week.

For the week ending Dec. 25, the agency says omicron accounted for 58.6% of all new cases.


Jasmine Reed, a spokesperson for the CDC, noted that there was “a wide predictive interval posted in last week’s chart,” and the downward revision was partly due to the “speed at which Omicron was increasing.”

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