Tseng et al.: "Effectiveness of mRNA-1273 against infection and COVID-19 hospitalization with SARS-CoV-2 Omicron subvariants: BA.1, BA.2, BA.2.12.1, BA.4, & BA.5"; vaccine effectiveness (VE) declines
by Paul Alexander
substantially at 14 to 30 days post MODERNA mRNA shot across sub-variants; 'NEGATIVE efficacy' at 5 months on (vax causes infection), 3 shots places one at higher COVID risk at 5 months over 2 shots
The effectiveness plunges into negative territory quickly. At 90 days and 150, it’s game over. Negative efficacy or effectiveness (efficacy in the ‘ideal’ trial setting and effectiveness in the ‘real’ world setting) means that the vaccinee is more likely to contract the virus than an unvaccinated person.
You will need to get a booster near daily to get any semblance of protection yet I will state it here plainly, no study to date has shown any of these gene shots reduce severity or death. Moreover, most studies have not controlled for natural immunity, co-morbidities, and the effect of early treatment or chemoprophylaxis, even it was used and stopped prior the shot. You also must account for which they do not, the effect of ‘healthy vaccine user bias’ where those who take vaccines often are healthier and take care of themselves and as such, will be less prone to severe outcome. They are healthier to begin with and this can distort the estimates of effect especially if the methods are flawed etc. Researchers are often less inclined to offer the shots to the sicker more frail persons in observational prospective studies too and this must be factored in when interpreting the findings. Randomization can also fail at times and not moderate or ‘even out’ this confounding factor.
All confounders can never ever be removed or adjusted for.
Every single COVID vaccine study is junk, everyone of them when you strip down the methods.
The data shows 3 shots worse than 2 and with negative effectiveness.
See Figure 2, page 30