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Actually, it's Anything Dutch Eats.

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A pretty good description of antivaxers who see "antibody-dependent enhancement" under the bed at every opportunity (there's nothing about it in this study, nor has it been an issue during the pandemic.

https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-health-coronavirus/fact-check-there-is-no-evidence-to-suggest-covid-19-vaccines-will-kill-people-by-causing-antibody-dependent-enhancement-current-evidence-demonstrates-the-opposite-idUSL2N2ND0WS

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Thank you!

From the study: "Longer time from initial infection was associated with a higher probability of reinfection, although the difference was smaller than expected. Surprisingly, 2 or more doses of vaccine were associated with a slightly higher probability of reinfection compared with 1 dose or less."

I am shocked by the sheer number of COVID cases, regardless of re-infection. Just yesterday, i encountered THREE people who were just getting over the virus. All three had both shots and were double boosted. What does this portend for the future for them?

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Thank you for your thoughts, Sally. Given ADE, I'm no longer shocked.

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I am seeing this first hand in Florida at my condo and at the gym. The older victims are experiencing debilitating congestion lasting two weeks or more and are taking another week or two to recover. The same scenario is taking place in the 40 year-old cohort.

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I know 2 healthy people in their 70s who had never tested positive or been sick enough to test. 2 weeks after their 4th shot they both got sick with Covid. It was rough but no hospital. Both couldn’t wait to be on Paxlovid “because the president....” . Waiting for the rebound news any day now. The vaccines literally do paint a target for the virus. 🎯 But it could have been worse. The unvaccinated group of friends remain well and full of vitality. 💪

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It portends death, which is what the vaccines are for.

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A lot of reasons to be concerned, for sure

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Gotta love the wording "1 dose or less".

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Hi James Lyons-Weiler,

Why are they inverting the x-axis in the figures? To make it look as if the probability of reinfections is decreasing with time? What is this? Very deceiving.

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Probably an attempt to make it look less scary. In such a small country, everyone must be related, must be hard having told your family members to get vaxxed, then looking at the data showing the vaxxed are now zombies.

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I copy/paste from another discussion on the same topic. I said:

[ Yes, the results are important, there is no doubt about that. Maybe it was JAMA who ask for that x-axis inversion, in order to not create so-called "vaccine hesitancy".

In my case, for instance, I use to first take a look at the figures, then the abstract and the conclusions when I do not go in depth into a paper. So the first time I saw the paper I thought, well the probability of reinfection is decreasing with time, how can that be... we already know that is not the case. It wasn't until I read the results that I didn't realize the x-axis was inverted. Thus, many physicians or other scientists will do the same, they will look at the figures and say "that's ok, the vaccines are working... next paper". That was my point. ]

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Recent Nature article found SARS-COV-2 infected monocytes via Fc receptor ( i.e., antibody mediated infection). A recent autopsy study found more wide spread infections to other organs for 2 plus vaccine dosed. Completely in agreement with this reinfection data.

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COVID was scam-plandemic with ulterior-motives from the get go…. Depopulation campaign, control and taking away of our “Natural Rights”! Humanity needs to wake up!

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#GeorigaGuideStones the people are fighting back… finally!

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How long before a guy that is an “expert on data” slides into the comments to tell us that we need more data?

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Why did they not differentiate between 2, 3, 4 doses??

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I suppose this is a good place to comment that -- every single member of our nursing team -- has been out positive in the last week.

Aside from what it's doing to the immune system, there's also the mystery of the brain:

https://medquotes.substack.com/p/rosy-prospects

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Thanks for this info. Will research Ferristatim II. Waiting and praying for more therapeutics. The news we have to give certain people is so terrible that we need to offer some hope.

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What an awful, awful study.

Lumping 0-1 and 2-3 shots for one thing

If you look at data only 4 had just 1 shot.

And how do they adjust from-a odds ratio of 0.92 to 1.4 ?

Also, they assume positive PCR test result as reinfection. No mention of Ct value to define positivity. Anything over 30 is garbage

Anyways, it gives a good result but it can be picked apart

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The vaccines were supposed to stop transmission. That was BS and we all knew it. Then it was supposed to prevent infection. Same result. Then it was supposed to reduce 'severe disease' or outcomes. Dud. It may have helped prevent death and hospitalizations in the beginning but that lasted about 15 minutes. Now the claim is it's better to have hybrid protection. Total BS. Logic dictates natural immunity is better. Another claim is the vaccinated spread the disease less than the unvaccinated. They also aid the spike didn't leave the site of injection. That turned out to be wrong. It ended up in the heart and ovaries. They also said the spike was safe.

The funny part is this magic new formula they plan to roll out again spots for the original strain. Why? Can anyone explain this to me?

It's all junk and bunk.

It's all garbage.

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