COVID outbreak aboard Britain’s Fully-Vaccinated Aircraft Carrier

COVID outbreak aboard Britain’s Fully-Vaccinated Aircraft Carrier. By

Around 100 cases of coronavirus have been recorded on the Royal Navy’s flagship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, even after all of the crew members had been vaccinated.

HMS Queen Elizabeth is about a quarter of the way through a 28-week deployment leading the Carrier Strike Group (CSG). …. Around 3,700 personnel are part of the CSG. Several other warships in the fleet accompanying the aircraft carrier are also affected, BBC reported today. .

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said all crew on the deployment had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and the outbreak was being managed.

This proves that the vaccinated can catch and transmit covid, and also that there will be outbreaks of covid even in fully vaccinated societies. These first generation vaccines are not good enough.