Since then, 18 more Montanans have died from Covid.
There’s a big narrative in the corporate media right now about red states vs. blue states when it comes to getting the shot.
Here in Montana, 48% of people have had their first shot, and 40% have had both doses. That comes to 515,000 and 426,000 people, respectively.
The end of March was the high point for people getting the vaccine in Montana. After that, people getting the shot fell off...big time.
By early-June, there were several days in a row where no one in the state was taking the shot. There was a big uptick on June 17, but I suspect that was just a large data dump.
Right now we’re running about 1,000 people a day getting the shot here in Montana. At that pace, it’ll take us years to get everyone in the state vaccinated.
It’s also important to point out the adverse reactions to these shots.
Back on June 4, the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, or VAERS, reported 5,888 deaths from the Covid-19 vaccine.
By July 2, that had risen to 9,048 deaths.
That’s 3,160 new deaths in just one month, or 105 a day.
It’s even worse in Europe. Around 399 million shots have been doled-out in the EU, and 1.7 million have been injured. Over 17,000 have died.
So far, 328 million vaccine doses have been administered in this country so far. Globally, 3.3 billion shots have been put in arms.
No word yet on when Biden’s door-to-door vaccine outreach teams will start their efforts in Montana.