New study on 41,000 people reveals that taking vaccines INCREASES a person’s risk of hospitalization

There’s more than meets the eye with the latest “vaccine efficacy” study published by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). The study in question, “Effectiveness of covid-19 vaccines in ambulatory and in patient care settings,” was immediately featured by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to advertise covid-19 vaccines. Upon further investigation of the data, it seems this study and its interpretation were designed to deceive the public. After configuring the true rate of sickness post vaccination, the vaccine efficacy could be interpreted as negative 13 percent! It seems that taking covid vaccines increases the risk of hospitalization.

The most shocking omission of data included hospitalizations for the recently vaccinated. The majority of adverse events and hospitalizations occur in the first week after vaccination, yet the study omits all of these hospitalizations if they are after the first dose. There were 1,872 hospitalizations in this recently vaccinated category, a category intentionally left out to deceive the public.


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