Study Finds Moderna Jabs Increase Likelihood Of COVID Infection Over Time

A study has found that the Moderna jabs increases the likelihood of COVID infection over time. The study by Moderna backs up recent findings on the higher chances of COVID infection among vaccine recipients.

Study Finds Moderna Jabs Increase Likelihood Of COVID Infection Over Time

According to a recent study, Moderna’s COVID shots gradually raise the risk of contracting the prevalent Omicron subvariants of COVID-19.

The Moderna-funded preprint study (read below) found that following the three COVID mRNA shots, including a booster, vaccine effectiveness against the recent Omicron strains BA.2, BA.2.12.1, BA.4, and BA.5 infection was initially “moderate to high,” but then “waned rapidly” and “disappear[ed] beyond 90 days for all subvariants.”

According to The Epoch Times, the mRNA shot’s efficacy against BA.2, BA.4, and BA.5 “went negative after 150 days,” while against BA.1.12.1, “became negative after 91 days.” According to the study, this indicates that Moderna’s mRNA injection essentially raised the risk of COVID infection beyond that time period.

The only strain against which the jab proved effective after 150 days was the originally dominating Omicron subvariant BA.1. According to the Times, researchers calculated that the jab’s “effectiveness” against the strain “remained above 50%” after that time span.

The negative effectiveness of the shots, the researchers claim, “could be due to differential risk behaviors among vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals when protection from antibodies becomes minimal,” despite their attempts to reduce confounding factors by, for example, adjusting for comorbidities.

Other research, including one just published in the New England Journal of Medicine that discovered that the effectiveness of Pfizer’s mRNA jab for kids aged 5 to 11, went negative with time, have supported the result that the mRNA injections actually increase the probability of COVID infection.

The COVID vaccine’s effectiveness has been much worse against the Omicron variants than earlier strains, according to an analysis of data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on September 1. Estimates indicate that the vaccine starts to lose effectiveness after about six months.

A preliminary Swedish investigation confirmed the findings that the COVID shot really raises the risk of infection over time.

“Somewhat implausibly, we even observed a negative vaccine effectiveness against Omicron infection from week 14, indicating that vaccinated individuals experienced a higher risk of infection than those unvaccinated,” they wrote in a preprint paper.

BMJ editor Peter Doshi wrote a paper (pre-print) that showed that both Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccinations were more prone to hospitalize people due to major adverse events than to safeguard them from serious damage with COVID.

Because of the high risk of post-vaccine damage, the authors concluded that there was “no evidence of a reduction in overall mortality in the mRNA vaccine trials.”

According to the most recent data from the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), there have been 1,437,273 adverse injury reports filed against the COVID shots, along with 180,382 reported hospitalizations and a total of 31,470 recorded fatalities following COVID “vaccination”.

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3 Responses

  1. EVERY Lib-Dem-Globalist is ‘on the hook’ for murder / injury / financial liability and is fully deserving of the penalties abounding to such behavior ( or at least ‘tar and feathers’ twice a year ) . ……. …shalom to all

  2. Nothing new. British numbers show that genetically modified organisms are more likely to die or to contract Covid than human beings.

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