GELLER REPORT - NEW YORK POST - DEC 25, 2022
We were right about everything – in spades. And worse still, we were banned, suspended and shadowbanned for posting about it on social media. Facebook still kicks you off the platform if you are vaccine critical. I just came off a one month suspension.
More evidence is piling up as to how the vaccines cause injury and death to the body.
THE RISK OF COVID-19 INFECTION INCREASES WITH THE NUMBER OF DOSES
People who received three or more vaccines were 3x more likely to be reinfected than people who had none.
Risk of COVID-19 increased with time since the most recent prior COVID-19 episode and with the number of vaccine doses previously received.
The Cleveland Clinic found the results to be “unexpected.”
The association of increased risk of COVID-19 with higher numbers of prior vaccine doses in our study, was unexpected.
Researchers tried to blame this on people with a higher risk of COVID-19 simply got more vaccine doses. However they admit only a small proportion of people were at higher risk – most were young and healthy. A simplistic explanation might be that those who received more doses were more likely to be individuals at higher risk of COVID-19. A small proportion of individuals may have fit this description. However, the majority of subjects in this study were generally young individuals and all were eligible to have received at least 3 doses of vaccine by the study start date, and which they had every opportunity to do. The study continued to say those with 3 or fewer vaccines, who chose not to follow the CDC’s recommendations, are more likely to have “exhibited higher risk-taking behavior.” Before conceding their risk was less than those who actually followed the CDC’s recommendations. Therefore, those who received fewer than 3 doses (>45% of individuals in the study) were not those ineligible to receive the vaccine, but those who chose not to follow the CDC’s recommendations on remaining updated with COVID-19 vaccination, and one could reasonably expect these individuals to have been more likely to have exhibited higher risk- taking behavior. Despite this, their risk of acquiring COVID-19 was lower than those who received a larger number of prior vaccine doses. They were not the only study to find an association with more prior vaccine doses and higher risks of COVID-19. They reference 2 additional studies:
Study 1: Found those who had an Omicron variant infection with three vaccine doses had a higher risk of reinfection vs those who had an Omicron variant infection but only had 2 vaccine doses.
Study 2: Found either two or three doses of mRNA vaccine after a prior COVID-19 infection had a higher risk of reinfection vs a single mRNA vaccine dose.
This is not the only study to find a possible association with more prior vaccine doses and higher risk of COVID-19.
They were not even able to determine if the mRNA vaccine even protected against severe disease – the last remaining reason for people to support mass vaccination.
There were too few severe illnesses for the study to be able to determine if the vaccine decreased severity of illness.
In closing they added:
We still have a lot to learn about protection from COVID-19 vaccination, and in addition to a vaccine’s effectiveness it is important to examine whether multiple vaccine doses given over time may not be having the beneficial effect that is generally assumed.
The Walgreens COVID-19 Index shows the same: