Study – COVID Shot Enhances Delta Infectivity

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covid shot enhances delta infectivity

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who got the COVID shot early are now at increased risk for severe COVID disease
  • This may be a sign that antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) is occurring, or it may simply indicate that the protection offered is limited to a few months, at best
  • Recent research warns the Delta variant “is poised to acquire complete resistance to wild-type spike vaccines.” This could turn into a worst-case scenario that sets up those who have received the Pfizer shots for more severe illness when exposed to the virus
  • To “stay ahead of the virus,” the Biden administration is now considering recommending a booster shot five months after the initial two doses rather than waiting eight months, as previously suggested
  • Israeli data show Pfizer’s shot went from a 95% effectiveness at the outset to 39%…

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2 thoughts on “Study – COVID Shot Enhances Delta Infectivity

  1. It’s a worrying situation. As a general rule, I am not keen on vaccines and have rarely had a flu jab. However, I did have the Moderna vaccine in February and March of this year, and am probably due for a booster shot. Should I have it or not? I think I’ll wait and see. But no idea how long …

    1. Peter and I, we never had a flu jab. ONLY right towards the end of his life, Peter agreed to have a flu jab as a precaution. For a long time I thought, I did not need an Astra Zeneca vaccine. AZ is up until now the only one available in Australia for people in my age group.
      Recently, there have been more and more hospital admissions due to the DELTA variant of the virus. Nearly everyone, that ends up with serious complications in hospital, has not been vaccinated. Nearly everybody who dies because of Covid, has not been vaccinated! There is constant urging of the population to get vaccinated. So when last Sunday I did get a chance to get a jab, I agreed that my daughter should drive me to the local pharmacy where I could be vaccinated without having to wait in a queue.
      The vaccination is not going to make me immune to the virus, but apparently if I do get sick, I probably wont get very sick and can stay at home rather than be admitted to one of these overcrowded hospitals.
      I already have a booking to get a second jab in six weeks! 🙂

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