Increased Risk of Contracting COVID Found with Each Vaccination, According to Recent Study by the Cleveland Clinic

A new study conducted by the Cleveland Clinic suggests that the risk of contracting COVID-19 increases with each dose of the vaccine.

The researchers found that individuals who received two or more doses were at a higher risk compared to those who received zero or only one dose.

The study also found that the risk of COVID-19 was 1.5 times higher for those who received two doses, 1.95 times higher for those who received three doses, and 2.5 times higher for those who received more than three doses. The elevated risk remained even after adjusting for variables.

The exact reason for this finding is not clear, but the researchers speculate that vaccine-induced immunity may be weaker and less durable than natural immunity, potentially increasing the risk of future infections. Dr. Robert Malone, a vaccine researcher not involved in the study, commented that the findings serve as another acknowledgment that the vaccines may be ineffective or have very low effectiveness and could contribute to negative effectiveness down the line.

This study comes after reports that the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines were linked to multiple deaths.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) initially claimed there was no evidence linking the vaccines to any deaths, but documents obtained by The Epoch Times revealed that CDC employees had conducted investigations into reported post-vaccination deaths, particularly focusing on cases involving myocarditis.

The internal file obtained by The Epoch Times detailed instances where myocarditis was listed on death certificates and in autopsies for individuals who had received the vaccines, with some cases directly attributing myocarditis to vaccination.

By Kate Stephenson
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