"It's not an impossible number. In Portugal, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates, upward of 80% of the total population are vaccinated, and cases and deaths are falling."
This is why it's important to do research. Maybe this will shine some light on why you should actually not believe everything you read, even if it's from outlets that lean towards your party affiliation.
Portugal is in a valley of spikes, just like America has and the majority of ALL countries in the world. Sure, they aren't as pronounced but they have still had 2 spikes and are just on the downward side of one. Enough time hasn't lapsed to show if they will get any more spikes.
Singapore, well I'll let you look at the numbers. They are having a very huge spike right now (in proportion to their historic trend). This is a blatant lie and, in fact, contradicts the entire point this article is trying to make.
United Arab Emirates look good right now but they've had one long, continued spike this whole time. So this is the only one where a conclusion can reasonably be made based on the information today but has a chance to be disproven on a long enough timeline.
I can look through all of the numbers of every country and find ones that are in valleys, or at the beginning of spikes, at the end, etc. and cherry pick ones to mention in an article to try to make any point I want about covid. Anyone can do that. The problem here is this outlet is dead wrong on one of them and provides almost no relational evidence that the other two
Before you respond, PLEASE actually look at the numbers of those countries. This article is blatantly lying and misleading and, in this case, it's incredibly easy to prove that so there is no excuse for any of you to actually use this article as any sort of smoking gun to point out a conclusion.