Following a week of skyrocketing COVID cases on campus, cases in Tompkins County reached record highs while cases affiliated with Cornell still make up over half of Tompkins County’s total active cases. . .
As of Sept. 5, there were 233 new positives over the previous seven days. Over the last two weeks, there have been 434 new positives identified. . .
As of Sept. 5, 95 percent of the on-campus population has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The government’s answer to COVID is forced vaccinations using highly leaky vaccines, whose effectiveness continues to drop with the evolution of new variants.
Expect more epidemics of the Biden variants among the vaccinated. The outbreaks will end only after enough people have gotten natural immunity through exposure to the virus.