CDC, U.K. data: COVID vaccines also failing to prevent deaths


from WND:

‘So what DO they do, and WHY are we using them?’

After nearly 16 months of observation, CDC and U.K. government data indicate that the COVID-19 vaccines not only are ineffective in preventing cases and transmission, they rapidly lose protection against severe illness or death while posing risks.

“So what DO they do, and WHY are we using them?” asked Dr. Meryl Nass, a board-licensed internal physician and medical researcher who analyzed the data.


She recalled CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky telling CNN’s Wolf Blitzer last August that the vaccines were “working exceptionally well” during the delta variant wave to prevent “severe illness and death” while no longer preventing transmission of the virus.

Walensky, Nass wrote on her Substack page, “may have believed the vaccines prevented severe illness and death then, but she cannot possibly believe that now.”

Nass’ analysis of raw, official data of large populations with “solid endpoints” such as hospitalizations or deaths showed the vaccines failing in all of its facets.

From the CDC, she examined data on 30 million adults in California and New York, three-quarters of whom were vaccinated. Nass compared COVID hospitalization and case rates in those who were vaccinated and had no prior COVID illness with adults who were never vaccinated but had recovered from COVID and presumably had natural immunity. The data were collected from June to November 2021, before the Omicron wave appeared.

She found vaccinated Californians and New Yorkers were three times more likely to develop COVID than those who had prior immunity and were unvaccinated.

Further, vaccinated Californians had a higher rate of hospitalizations (severe illness) than those who were unvaccinated but had prior immunity. New York did not provide hospitalization data.

Meanwhile, a former adviser to the FDA commissioner who continues to serve in an oversight role says the agency is ignoring its requirement to disclose clear safety and efficacy problems with the COVID-19 vaccines. Last month, an Army flight surgeon testified in federal court that she was ordered by high-level command not to discuss the controversy over Department of Defense data indicating a massive spike in serious injuries and illnesses among military personnel when the vaccines were rolled out in 2021. And, among many other safety signals, an analysis of CDC data by a former Wall Street executive an an insurance industry expert shows an alarming rise in excess deaths among Millennials over the past year amid the COVID vaccine rollout

Nass argued the vaccine failures indicated in the huge study cannot be attributed to the milder omicron variant, because the data were collected during the delta wave.

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