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Italy: ‘Most Covid deaths are vaccinated people’

The Italian microbiologist Andrea Crisanti contradicted the official narrative that the unvaccinated are more likely to die from Covid than the vaccinated. He also criticized the lack of transparency of data from clinical vaccination studies.

Published: February 8, 2022, 8:26 am

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    The fake news that mainly unvaccinated people die from Covid has once again been debunked in Italy. The Italian microbiologist Andrea Crisanti did not mince his words in a recent television program.

    Over the last few months, Crisanti has revealed more and more information about the political management of the Covid crisis as well as the international development of the pandemic, reported Byoblu.

    On February 2, 2022, Crisanti interpreted the latest available data on the La7 TV show L’aria che tira: “Yesterday’s 437 deaths remind us that most of them are vaccinated people. Because the number of people who die unvaccinated in the intensive care unit is 20 or 30 a day. This is also evident from the data presented by the ISS a few days ago.”

    Crisanti also criticized the masks on the show. He said masks do not do much outdoors.

    With reference to the forthcoming decision to abolish the expiry date of the “Green Pass” for those who have been injected for the third time, the microbiologist also criticized the lack of transparency of data from clinical studies. Because by now we should know whether a third dose is protective or not; the drug companies should have the data. “But we just don’t know,” complained Crisanti.

    Crisanti is highly critical of the World Health Organization. In the opinion of Crisanti, “the WHO guidelines were completely wrong, an incredible example of incoherence… Their bureaucrats were far away from the problem and far away from the science”.

    The professor of Microbiology at the University of Padua, was previously professor of Molecular Parasitology at Imperial College London. He is best known for the development of genetically manipulated mosquitoes with the objective to interfere with either their reproductive rate or the capability to transmit diseases such as malaria.

    Crisanti is a chairman of the scientific panel of the EU Marie Curie Programme, I-Move, and has advised on issues concerning the safety of genetically modified insects for the European Food Safety Authority.

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