According to the Epoch Times, a new investigation has revealed that COVID boosters may be problematic. The investigation found that individuals who receive the booster are more likely to fall ill and potentially even die, compared to those who have only received the initial shot.
According to a study, there has been an increase in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths among those who have received booster shots since they were introduced in 2021. The boosters were meant to provide additional protection from negative outcomes, but many boosted individuals are experiencing higher levels of positive testing, hospitalization, and mortality compared to vaccinated individuals who have not received boosters in several states.
The review analyzed data from the first half of 2022. According to The Epoch Times, in June, 72% of COVID-19 cases among vaccinated individuals in California were from the boosted population. Whereas in Vermont, during the same month, 90% of COVID-19 deaths among vaccinated individuals were from the boosted population.
According to a study in Wisconsin, a significant proportion of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths occurred among those who had received the booster. The percentages for these occurrences were higher than expected. Dr. Robert Malone, a co-creator of the mRNA technology used in Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, has suggested that the current belief in the effectiveness of vaccines in preventing hospitalization and death may require a reappraisal, given that many individuals who had been vaccinated were among those hospitalized or deceased.
The study stated that despite political influence affecting the Centers for Disease Control, its bureaucrats still recommend COVID vaccinations for all Americans, including multiple boosters. It did not provide any information about the safety of booster shots.
According to a report by The Epoch Times, after comparing public data and records requests, it was found that in 18 out of 19 states where sufficient data was available, the majority of vaccinated individuals exhibited higher rates in one or more metrics. The report also highlights how vaccinated individuals, in multiple states, were more prone to illnesses, hospitalizations, and fatalities when compared to unvaccinated individuals.
The report states that in seven states, the majority of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths were from the “boosted population.” Dr. Andrew Bostom, formerly of Brown University, commented that some variables were not included in the information, which could alter the interpretation of the results.
According to the study, some states accounted for age differences when analyzing the data. The report found that among the eight states that provided or listed age-adjusted rates, the boosted individuals had higher rates for at least one metric when compared to fully vaccinated individuals.
The report stated that in Wisconsin, the hospitalization rate among those who received a booster shot was 9.2 per 100,000, which is almost twice the rate for those who are fully vaccinated. Additionally, the report also mentioned that in Minnesota and New Mexico, the rate of cases among the boosted population was higher than the unvaccinated.
According to The Epoch Times, researchers at Cleveland Clinic suggest that taking multiple booster shots may increase the likelihood of a positive COVID-19 test.