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Studies on the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines found that they do not effectively stop the transmission of the disease, bringing into question the necessity of mandating them.
Epidemiologist Paul Alexander recently published a round-up of some of the newest evidence that calls into question the safety and efficacy of COVID shots.
Among the studies that he summarized was one from Israel that showed vaccinated individuals who have never been previously infected with SARS-CoV-2 had a 13-fold increased risk of getting infected with the delta variant compared to those who have been unvaccinated but have been previously infected, showing that natural immunity is more effective.
Another study from the European Journal of Epidemiology found that there is no significant relationship between COVID-19 cases and the number of people getting vaccinated on a countrywide level. In other words, getting more people injected does not necessarily lower the spread of the virus.
Official data from the United Kingdom also showed that fully vaccinated adults now have a higher risk of COVID-19 infection, hospitalization and death compared to the unvaccinated.