Jabbed individuals drive the evolution of vax-resistant COVID variants, study says

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vax-resistant-variants(NaturalHealth365) “Conspiracy theorists” have said a lot of things over the past year and a half: injection “passports” will be pushed onto the public, the science behind mask effectiveness is not clear-cut, lockdowns will do more harm than good.

Another thing so-called conspiracy theorists have been saying all along is that people who decline the experimental jab will be blamed for the proliferation of vax-resistant COVID virus variants … but new peer-reviewed data suggests that it’s the people who received the jab who could be contributing to these viral mutations.

Are jabbed people contributing to the development of vax-resistant variants or coronavirus “escape mutants?” New study says yes

What happens when we overuse antibiotics or use them improperly?

Some bacteria live.  Indeed, some bacteria become stronger and evolve into new strains that are impervious to antibiotics, thus rendering these drugs useless.  This is the exact phenomenon behind “antibiotic resistance,” which the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) call one of the “biggest public health threats of our time.”

As we reported in April 2021, medical experts around the world have been warning about a similar phenomenon that could occur with investigational COVID injections.

Internationally recognized vaccinologist Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, Ph.D., has said that “continued mass [injection] campaigns will enable new, more infectious viral variants to become increasingly dominant and ultimately result in a dramatic incline in new cases despite enhanced [injection] coverage rates.”

“There can be no doubt,” Bossche said of the massive push to inject everyone, “that this situation will soon lead to complete resistance of circulating variants.”

Now, a new study published in Scientific Reports offers evidence of this very phenomenon.

The study, conducted by researchers from Austria, Switzerland, and Spain, used statistical modeling to investigate how SARS-CoV-2 variants mutate and become “resistant” to injections.  Three primary risk factors for these “escape mutants” include:

  • A high probability of initial emergence of the resistant strain
  • A high number of infected individuals
  • Low rate of vaccination

Additionally, the researchers found in their modeling that “the highest risk of resistant strain establishment occurs when a large fraction of the population has already been [injected] but the transmission is not controlled.”

The researchers called this result “counterintuitive.”

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Speaking to the media last Friday, study co-author Simon Rella said: “When most people are vaccinated, the vaccine-resistant strain has an advantage over the original strain.  This means the vaccine-resistant strain spreads through the population faster at a time when most people are vaccinated.”

Meanwhile, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) admits that jabbed people can become infected with SARS-CoV-2, and are just as likely to infect someone else as an unjabbed individual.  Unfortunately, most people are not hearing this kind of message from the mainstream media.

Instead, most media outlets have wasted no time using this study as justification for the reinstatement of mask mandates, even for people who have been jabbed.  Plus, not to our surprise, public health officials say that the proliferation of jab-resistant viruses is proof that as many people as possible need to be jabbed as quickly as possible.

Ultimately, our best defense against any health problem is a strong immune system.  Maybe we should just focus on that, instead of these experimental injections.  What do you think?

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