Data show COVID jabs may cause more harm than good
(NaturalHealth365) If people have to get booster shots indefinitely for things like the flu and COVID-19, can anyone ever truly be considered “fully vaxxed” against these viruses? And if two full doses of a COVID shot aren’t enough to provide adequate protection, just how many more shots will supposedly do the trick? Are we paving the way for an adult vaccination schedule and indefinite “health passports” – all without any public health official talking seriously about natural immunity, metabolic health, and lifestyle as part of disease prevention?
Indeed, thousands of medical and scientific experts have raised concerns over the massive COVID shot rollout and the risk of global adverse effects. Now, another recent study out of Israel offers some real-time data suggesting that these hastily rolled out injections could be doing more harm than good.
Israel study details “extensive, rapid nosocomial spread among vaccinated, including individuals wearing surgical masks”
A September 2021 paper published in the European journal Eurosurveillance detailed a nosocomial outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 at Meir Medical Center in Israel (nosocomial means originating in a hospital).
What began with the discovery of one infected, fully vaxxed dialysis patient turned into an outbreak that lead to 42 other people (out of 248 total people exposed) testing positive for COVID-19. Of the 42 individuals testing positive for COVID, all but three were fully vaxxed.
23 of the infected people in this outbreak were fellow patients, and 19 were hospital staff members. The infected patients suffered the most, with 5 COVID-19 positive patients dying and 9 experiencing severe illness – and all of them were fully vaxxed.
Notably, only two patients who tested positive for COVID-19 were unjabbed – and their cases were mild.
The authors of the study express concern over their findings, saying that it “challenges the assumption that high universal vaccination rates will lead to herd immunity and prevent COVID-19 outbreaks … In the outbreak described here, 96.2% of the exposed population was vaccinated. Infection advanced rapidly (many cases became symptomatic within 2 days of exposure), and viral load was high.”
Medical and scientific experts questioning the mainstream narrative are being silenced – but true scientific advancement requires transparency and debate
The question posed at the start of this article is satirical. But it points to a frustrating fact:
The COVID shot, along with its yet unknown number of additional doses, can’t fully prevent someone from getting infected with SARS-CoV-2. This is according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and corroborated with studies like the one from Israel described above.
What’s more, data suggests that people with natural immunity to the pandemic virus – people who have had a prior illness and then recovered – appear more protected than individuals who have had two jabs.
Given that the jab fails to do its job for so many people dealing with “breakthrough infections,” along with the reality of short- and long-term jab injury for a growing number of individuals, it is imperative that scientific debate over these drugs continue. Researchers must be allowed to pose questions, discuss safety signals, and investigate unknowns.
How else does scientific consensus change over time? How else would officials only now stop recommending the use of aspirin to prevent heart attacks in older adults – a recent headline that provides a clear example of how the science is never truly “settled”?
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