The myths link is mostly lies and weasel words like "...we feel very confident this is a safe and effective vaccine" and the summary of breakthrough data doesn't compare to unjabbed so it shows nothing.
Regarding Tennessee: https://www.tn.gov/c...catorReport.pdf
"Can I recreate this with TDH publicly available data?
No, COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are not available in the public data sets by vaccination status"
Nothing suspicious there.
Re myths: It may interest you to know that scientists never state 100% certainty of their conclusions or findings. They state only their level of confidence. That article didn't comment about vaccinated vs unvaccinated.
The link I posted that did offer the data I listed was from the The Sullivan County Regional Dept of Health in Bloomville County Tn. I'm not going to search for it again. However, from the link you just offered from the Tn. Dept of health, there is some relevant data they present. Look under Vaccine Breakthrough Cases in Tn and the graphs listed after that which does list similar percentages for unvaccinated who are hospitalized or died. These are the numbers for all of Tn, not any particular region.
I'm not sure what you're suspicious about. Are you distrusting my numbers for Sullivan County, Tn. or the numbers presented by Tennessee's Dept of Health? If it's Tennessee, I don't think they have been supporting mandates or mask wearing, and they are a Republican trifecta controlling the office of Governor and both chambers of the state legislature as well as in the Senate. They have been far less than stellar in collecting data.
But this is true not only for Tennessee but for the rest of the country as well. For those states with the highest vaccination rates, the numbers hospitalized etc may be similar, but the percentage/100,000 people shows the same disparities.
Edited by claire, Today, 08:54 PM.