44 studies on jab efficacy challenge rationale for vax mandates

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Why mandate a medical treatment “in the name of public health” if it doesn’t effectively stop the transmission of an infectious disease?

Why indeed, especially now that we are seeing more evidence that seriously questions the validity and legitimacy of vax mandates?

Over at The Brownstone Institute, epidemiologist Dr. Paul Alexander recently published an excellent round-up of some of the most recent evidence calling into question the so-called “safety and efficacy” of covid shots. Among the 44 studies he summarized, here are just a few that stand out:

  • A study from Israel shows that vaxxed individuals who had never previously been infected with SARS-CoV-2 had a 13-fold increased risk of getting infected with the so-called Delta variant compared to unvaxxed people who had been previously infected (a nod to the power of natural immunity)
  • A study from the European Journal of Epidemiology found no significant relationship between COVID-19 cases and the percentage of people vaxxed on a country-wide level – in other words, getting more people injected has not proven to lower SAR-CoV-2 spread
  • Official data from the UK reveals fully vaxxed adults currently have a higher risk of COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, and death compared to unvaxxed

Dr. Alexander concludes that “covid vaccines should not be expected to contribute to eliminating the communal spread of the virus or the reaching of herd immunity.  This unravels the rationale for vaccine mandates and passports.”

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