Israelis who were vaccinated before late February are twice as likely to catch the Coronavirus than those who received the shot later, according to new research. The data suggests that the vaccinated have now involuntarily signed up for a lifetime of "booster" shots if they survive the vaccine.
“We looked at tens of thousands of people tested in the month of June, alongside data on how long had passed since their second shot, and found that those vaccinated early were more likely to test positive,” researcher Dr. Yotam Shenhar told The Times of Israel.
The study was published by healthcare provider Leumit, and is one of many Israeli studies showing a decreasing vaccine effectiveness. It looked specifically at waning vaccine protection, dividing the vaccinated population into early recipients and late recipients.
According to the Israeli Health Ministry those people vaccinated in January now only have 16 percent protection against infection currently, while those vaccinated in April allegedly have 75 percent coverage. They offered this as a justification of rolling out a third booster shot. It is therefore not surprising that Covid-19 vaccines have created at least nine new billionaires.
The waning effect is seen across all age groups. For those aged 40-59 early vaccinators were 2,1 times more vulnerable. The level of antibodies drops at a rate of about 40 percent per month, researchers told the newspaper.
It now appears that antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) from these injections were planned by the manufacturers to secure their monopoly as this data hides another shocking development. Examining the trend among serious illnesses in older vaccinated people, the rate of cases has risen 12-fold in a month. On July 4, fewer than 1 older vaccinated person in 100 000 became seriously ill. Currently, the rate is 10 in 100 000. Rates of serious illness among the vaccinated are now as high as they were among the unvaccinated only two weeks ago. As a reminder, some 85 percent of adults over 30 are fully vaccinated.
Meanwhile in fully vaxxed Gibraltar they are seeing a 2500 percent spike in Covid-19 cases. Notably, they are almost all Pfizer cases with the manufacturer clearly taking a lead among failing vaccines.
The products, funded by public money and presented as a global public good, have instead been a private profit opportunity. To coincide with the fact that non-stop “booster” shots have now become inevitable, both Pfizer and Moderna have raised the prices of their products in their latest European Union supply contracts, the Financial Times reported. The new price for a Pfizer shot is 19,50 euros, up from 15,50 euros previously.
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