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Covid 19 vaccination lead to weakened immunity
According to a recent study, receiving multiple doses of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines can increase the levels of IgG4 antibodies, which can offer protection against the virus. However, researchers have found evidence suggesting that these elevated levels of the immunoglobulin subclass can actually make the immune system more vulnerable to the COVID-19 spike protein present in the vaccines.
Some have cited studies done on mice as evidence that additional COVID-19 vaccine doses after the initial one can actually reduce protection against the Delta and Omicron variants. Further testing also indicated that repeat Pfizer vaccinations may lead to higher levels of IgG4, which could indicate a weakening of the immune system.
Researchers have noted that people who died from COVID-19 had higher levels of IgG4 compared to those who recovered, and this was linked to another determinant of COVID-19-related mortality.
A review of the literature also showed that vaccines against HIV, malaria, and pertussis also induce the production of IgG4.
“In sum, COVID-19 epidemiological studies cited in our work plus the failure of HIV, Malaria, and Pertussis vaccines constitute irrefutable evidence demonstrating that an increase in IgG4 levels impairs immune responses,” Alberto Rubio Casillas, a researcher with the biology laboratory at the University of Guadalajara in Mexico and one of the authors of the new paper, told The Epoch Times via email.
The paper was published by the journal Vaccines in May and you can check it out here.
“I warned that more jabs can result in what’s called high zone tolerance, of which the switch to IgG4 is one of the mechanisms. And now we have data that clearly demonstrate that’s occurring in the case of this as well as some other vaccines,” Malone, who wasn’t involved with the study, told The Epoch Times.
“So it’s basically validating that this rush to administer and re-administer without having solid data to back those decisions was highly counterproductive and appears to have resulted in a cohort of people that are actually more susceptible to the disease.”