Experts warn: More COVID-19 vaccine doses means HIGHER risk of contracting a viral infection
By Laura Harris // Feb 14, 2024

Renowned cardiologists Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Kirk Milhoan have warned during testimonies before Congress that there is a correlation between the number of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine doses administered and an increased risk of viral infection.

During the hearing, McCullough and Milhoan presented research findings about the COVID-19 virus and potential risks associated with multiple doses of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.

McCullough stated that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines carry the genetic code for the virus' spike protein which, when produced within the human body, circulates in the bloodstream. This, he argued, may pose risks of blood clots, organ damage and potential fatality. (Related: Dr. Peter McCullough: COVID shots should be taken completely off the market.)

Meanwhile, Milhoan cited a peer-reviewed study published by the Cleveland Clinic in the peer-reviewed journal the Open Forum Infectious Diseases. This study, conducted over 26 weeks among 51,017 clinic employees, claimed that individuals who had not received the COVID-19 vaccine had the lowest risk of contracting the virus.

The bivalent COVID-19 vaccines, approved in August 2022, encoded antigens for the original vaccine and omicron variants BA.4 or BA.5 lineages. The study revealed that when these omicron variants became the predominant strains, the overall effectiveness of the bivalent vaccine in preventing infection was only around 29 percent. Effectiveness dropped further to approximately 20 percent when the dominant strain was the BQ lineage, not covered by the vaccine. Interestingly, no discernible protective effect was observed when the XBB lineages were dominant.

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Researchers suggested that the lower-than-expected effectiveness might be attributed to a substantial portion of the population having been previously infected with the omicron variant, due to some level of natural immunity.

The peer-reviewed study found an unexpected correlation between the number of vaccine doses and the risk of COVID-19 infection. Those who received more vaccine doses had a greater likelihood of infection, contrary to conventional vaccine principles. The researchers posited that those who chose not to receive additional doses constituted 46 percent of the study participants and were not ineligible but had opted against further vaccination.

"As you add vaccines, your risk to get COVID goes up. I’ve never seen a vaccine like this. That's not the basis of vaccines," Milhoan said.

Several studies reveal the link between vaccines and infections

The Cleveland Clinic claims that its research is not the only one to draw such conclusions.

For instance, an unadjusted analysis published in JAMA Network Open found that during the peak of omicron variant transmission in Iceland, those who had received two or more vaccine doses were at a higher risk of reinfection compared to people with only one dose or who remained unvaccinated.

After the adjusted analysis, another large-scale study found that among those who had previously been infected with omicron, individuals who received three vaccine doses were at a higher risk of reinfection with the omicron variant compared to those who had received two doses.

Intriguingly, a separate multivariable analysis suggested that among individuals previously infected with COVID-19, those who received two vaccine doses faced a higher risk of reinfection than those with just one dose.

Moreover, data from Open VAERS for adverse events related to COVID-19 vaccines in the US up to December 29, 2023, documented a staggering 1,621,120 adverse reactions after vaccination, including 36,986 deaths, 69,316 cases of permanent disability, and 39,216 life-threatening events. The data further highlighted 21,335 cases of heart attacks, 28,052 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis, 17,621 cases of Bell's palsy, 46,622 cases of severe allergic reactions, 16,018 cases of shingles, and 5,086 cases of miscarriage.

Visit Vaccines.news for more information about the adverse side effects of flu and COVID-19 vaccines.

Watch this clip about a censored study on COVID-19 vaccine autopsies that revealed how 74 percent of the deaths were caused by the vaccine.

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