Well, it has some bad news in it. No, not just the jabs have negative efficiency bad news.
How would you like to get Covid-19 more than once?
All you have to do is get vaccinated before you get Covid-19.
You should build "N" antibodies after a natural infection.
So...... with all these vaccine failures where are the N antibodies?
They're....... not there.
Indeed, as the vaccinated percentage went up the slope of that line decreased until it..... was flat.
This very strongly implies that getting Covid-19 after being vaccinated, which we now know adjusted for vaccination population percentage is more-likely now if you're vaccinated than if you're not appears to give you zero "N" antibody protection.
That is, it appears the jabs program your immune system to fight it off without building those antibodies at all. But we know from past experience with coronaviruses that it is the "N" antibodies that are conserved across mutations and thus are critical, over time, to prevent severe outcomes.
How long this disabling of "N" antibody production is sustained nobody knows, but that it appears to be entirely suppressed in people who have been vaccinated and then get infected seems to be substantiated in that data.
Now we have an explanation for why, when someone who is jabbed gets hammered, they get hammered fast and hard.
Oh, and here's the even-better news: Covid may never stop "breaking through" in the jabbed. If you took the jab you may well be stuck for life with repeated infections, and while protection may well be 50%, 60% or 80% against hospitalization and death for any given single infection if you roll those dice enough times they will come up snake eyes and you're screwed.
The only good news is that since Delta appears to escape the jabs sufficiently to infect the mutational pressure may be insufficient to continue generating more strains with even better escape potential.
If you got jabbed you better hope that's true; if its not, well....