Study: Flu vaccines increase coronavirus infection risk by 36%
(Natural News) Back in March, CNN‘s Anderson Cooper appeared alongside Dr. Sanjay Gupta as part of a global town hall on “Corona Facts and Fears,” during which he advised the viewing audience to get a flu shot if they feel scared about catching the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). But a 2020 study put out two months prior by the Pentagon found that flu shots increase the risk of Wuhan coronavirus infections (COVID-19) by 36 percent.
The research found that the odds of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) developing in vaccinated individuals is significantly higher compared to unvaccinated individuals, with an odds ratio – meaning the association between an exposure and an outcome – of 1.36. This means that people who are vaccinated have a 36 percent higher risk of getting the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) than the unvaccinated.
“Receiving influenza vaccination may increase the risk of other respiratory viruses, a phenomenon known as ‘virus interference,'” the paper revealed. It went on to explain that “‘vaccine derived’ virus interference was significantly associated with coronavirus.”
In other words, getting a flu shot makes a person much more susceptible to getting the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), which makes Cooper’s recommendation during that global town hall a very bad one. In fact, people who follow Cooper’s advice could end up getting really sick or even dying, not just from the vaccine ingredients themselves but also from the virus interference they induce.
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CDC study found that flu shots greatly increase children’s risk of developing non-flu acute respiratory illnesses (ARIs)
A corresponding study put out by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) back in 2018 found that flu shots are also a terrible idea for children under the age of 18, as these seasonal jabs significantly increase children’s risk of developing non-influenza respiratory illnesses, or ARIs, post-influenza vaccination.
There was also an Australian study put out back in 2011 which found that flu shots double the risk of non-influenza viral infections. Flu shots also increase a person’s risk of developing the flu itself by 73 percent, this same study found.
Study after study, in other words – at least the ones not put out by Big Pharma – has shown that flu shots are a detriment to human health, and do not work as claimed. They remain one of the biggest public health scams in the history of the world – that and vaccinations in general – and it is no surprise that fake news CNN is aggressively pushing them.
What Anderson Cooper and his ilk are suggesting will lead to far more deaths than would otherwise occur if people simply did nothing at all in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), and perhaps this is all by design to “thin the herd,” so to speak.
Keep in mind that this is just a small sampling of studies that have linked flu shots to serious health damage both in children and adults. There was yet another study published back in 2017 which found that vaccinated children are 5.9 times more likely than unvaccinated children to suffer pneumonia, and a whopping 30.1 times more likely than unvaccinated children to be diagnosed with Allergic Rhinitis.
“The well-respected Cochrane Collaboration’s comprehensive 2010 meta-analysis of published influenza vaccine studies found that the influenza vaccination has ‘no effect’ on hospitalization, and that there is ‘no evidence that vaccines prevent viral transmission or complications,'” notes Children’s Health Defense.
“The Cochrane Researchers concluded that the scientific evidence ‘seem[s] to discourage utilization of vaccination against influenza in healthy adults as a routine public health measure.'”
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