Maine has one of the highest Covid-19 vaccination rates (68.7%) in the US as of October 4, 2021. West Virginia has one of the lowest rates (40.5%).
West Virginia also has about 33% more people with 20% less land area than Maine, suggesting greater population density. Actually, West Virginia’s population density equates to approximately 74 people per square mile, while Maine has about 44.
However, Maine currently has 6.3 times more active Covid-19 cases than West Virginia (77,479 vs 12,284)! West Virginia’s active Covid-19 cases are also dropping precipitously while Maine’s are skyrocketing. How can that be possible?
Are the Covid-19 investigational vaccines the problem? More specifically,are we starting to see the early signs of Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE).