Study Proves Vaxed Patients More Likely to Die from COVID

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Three years after the COVID mRNA vaccines were hailed as the greatest scientific and medical discovery of all time, evidence continues to mount that the shots were more deadly than COVID-19 itself. A new study from researchers at Ohio State University shows that people who took the COVID shots are now much more likely to die from COVID than the unvaccinated. So much for Joe Biden’s big “winter of death” for the unvaxed.

The study was published in Frontiers in Immunology. The researchers found significant differences in mortality rates from COVID between the vaccinated and unvaccinated. The mortality rate among fully vaccinated people was 70% following COVID-19 infection, compared to only 37% for the unvaccinated.

The results show that vaccinated people are now twice as likely to die from COVID as a person who opted out of the shots. The researchers do note that the vaccinated people dying from COVID tend to have very bad comorbidities, such as diabetes, kidney failure, and other health issues.

Still, the whole point of the vaccines was that they were supposed to prevent you from catching COVID at all. It’s safe to say at this point that the mRNA technology has been a complete failure. The shots have been linked to a variety of health problems, many of which can be fatal. We still don’t even know what the long-term effects of these vaccines will be since we’re only three years into this human guinea pig experiment.

AstraZeneca pulled its COVID vaccine off the market completely last month after it was conclusively proven that the shots cause deadly blood clotting issues. Pfizer and Moderna refuse to pull their shots from the market despite all the mounting evidence of how dangerous they are. The FDA and the CDC also continue to push the shots as “safe and effective.”