As per the data shared by the Chandigarh health authorities, around 77% of the new cases of Covid reported from the city in November were fully vaccinated. Out of the cases that were fully vaccinated and tested COVID-19 positive, only 10% of them, including patients with comorbidities, required hospitalisation.
Dr Suman Singh, Director, Health Services, told The Tribune, “Vaccines do not stop transmission but reduces hospitalisation. We can deduce this from the fact that even as 77 per cent of the infected cases in November were fully vaccinated, there has been no death in the city due to Covid-19.”
A major Japanese study has warned that the risk of dying from the COVID-19 vaccine for people in their 20s maybe 40 times higher than the disease itself.
There are numerous infant and child deaths after COVID vaccination reported according to VAERS data.
Documents released by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reveal that drugmaker Pfizer recorded nearly 160,000 adverse reactions to its Covid-19 vaccine in the initial months of its rollout.
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Hallucinations, anxiety, sleep disorders, psychosis, and suicide are some of the several psychiatric disorders following COVID shots that were reported in more than 100,000 cases.
According to another major Swedish study, spike protein induced by COVID vaccines weakens the immune system and may also lead to cancer. The study found that the spike protein localizes in the nucleus and inhibits DNA damage repair.
A widely renowned virology and former senior officer of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation took time to recently warn us about the risks of the experimental COVID-19 gene transfer vaccines.
He said the vaccinated are the ones really serving as a kind of breeding ground for the virus. He also went onto encourage the un-jabbed to “stay unvaccinated,” while also predicting an inevitable “collapse of our health system” due to health complications in the vaccinated.
On the other hand, a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that people who have already been infected and recovered from Covid-19, are naturally immune to Covid and at low risk of reinfection and contracting the disease again.