Dr. Peter McCullough Shares New Data On Vaccine Injuries

Dr. Peter McCullough Shares New Data On Vaccine Injuries
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Dr. Peter Mc.Cullough shared the latest data on the injuries caused by the mRNA vaccines for COVID. Check out the latest video that has been shared on Twitter.

Peter Mc.Cullough on the COVID vaccines

Here’s the tweet featuring the video in which the expert speaks on the vaccines:

Not too long ago, I reported that the COVID-19 vaccines are now associated with long-term COVID-19. This is a really important matter that is worth digging into.

COVID vaccines and long COVID

Dr. Deborah Birx says ‘Long COVID’ is similar to HIV

“HIV quietly destroyed our immune system…We’re learning now about mitochondria and viral impact and brain fog and the changes in our neurons and the cells that nourish our neurons that really allow us to think and move, and we’re learning that because what long COVID has done.”

New mind-blowing study drops the bomb

A study was recently published in PLOS One in which researchers analyzed data from 487 and 371 individuals, four weeks and six months post-SARS-CoV-2 infection respectively.

The purpose of the study was to estimate the incidence, characteristics, and predictors of long COVID among patients.

The researchers found that 29.2 percent of participants reported long COVID symptoms four weeks after infection. However, this number dropped to 9.4 percent at six months, which suggests that symptoms may reduce over time.

Moreover, the study found that patients who had severe cases of infection were more likely to experience long COVID compared to those with mild/moderate disease.

At four weeks of follow-up, the incidence of long COVID was 23.4 percent in those with mild/moderate disease compared to 62.5 percent in those with severe cases.

“At six months, the incidence of long COVID was considerably lower. For those with mild/moderate infection, only 7.2 percent reported symptoms compared with 23.1 percent in those with severe/critical cases. The most commonly reported symptom was fatigue. Other symptoms included cough, cognitive dysfunction or brain fog, and loss of taste and smell,” the notes continue.

We suggest that you check out the original study in order to learn more details about this.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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