Actually, something else jumped out at me in the surveillance report:
"During April 4–June 19, fully vaccinated persons accounted for 5% of cases, 7% of hospitalizations, and 8% of deaths overall; these percentages were higher during June 20–July 17 (18%, 14%, and 16%, respectively). Using the reported 37% vaccination coverage for the 13 jurisdictions during April 4–June 19 and an assumption of 90% VE, vaccinated persons would have been expected to account for 6% of cases (close to the 5% observed). With 53% coverage reported during June 20–July 17, vaccinated persons were expected to account for 10% of cases at a constant VE of 90%; the observed 18% would have been expected at a lower VE of 80%."
A quick read might lead something to conclude that an increase in vaccination rate from 37% to 53% resulted in an increase of breakthrough deaths from 8% to 16% which is exactly what some anti-vaxxers on social media have been claiming. I have seen them cite this very report to substantiate their claim. Not only are they stupid, but they are liars as well because they leave out this key piece of information:
"The weekly prevalence of the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant increased from <1% to 90% during April 4–July 17."
"I do research," they say as they wallow in confirmation bias.