Shock Study: Pfizer COVID Shot’s Protection Fades In Weeks

(Rallying Patriots) – For a year now we’ve been hearing from all of the pro-COVID vaccine folks that we need to get the jab so that we can prevent serious illness from the coronavirus and not end up in the ICU or the morgue. They’ve preached it from the rooftops and done their best to shame those of us who skeptically chose to pass on the shot due to the fact it was still highly experimental and a lot about it was unknown.

Not to mention the fact that the coronavirus was not, for the most part, as severe for the vast majority of those who contracted. The elderly and those with compromised immune systems and other risk factors certainly need to take extra precautions, just as they do with the flu, but most of us who are in decent health don’t really have much to worry about.

Well, according to WND, it seems a new peer-reviewed paper that was published by the Journal of the American Medical Association came to the conclusion that immunity against the omicron variant of the coronavirus tends to fade very quickly after receiving a second and third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

Guess this vaccine just isn’t living up to all of the hype, is it?

The research for this paper was conducted by Danish scientists and was published in JAMA Network Open on Friday. It found that the antibody response to the coronavirus fell within weeks of getting the second and third doses of the Pfizer shot, according to a report from Forbes.

“The proportion of antibodies dropped from 76% four weeks after the second shot to 19% at weeks 12 to 14. The antibodies dropped even faster after the third dose, the booster shot,” the report said.

Then, between the third and eighth week, the antibodies dropped 5.4-fold for the omicron variant.

“Last week, in a segment on ‘Good Morning America,’ ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton warned it’s possible that repeated boosting actually can weaken the immune system,” WND reported. “She said that getting a booster shot is a good idea for older people who have chronic underlying conditions.”

“But everyone else, don’t think that more boosting is the answer,” Ashton went on to say during the interview. “We don’t know that that’s the case yet.”

“Last month a top FDA official said a fourth COVID booster shot should be seen as a ‘stop gap’ measure, concluding ‘we simply can’t be boosting people as frequently as we are,'” the report said.

“Meanwhile, CDC and U.K. government data have indicated that the COVID-19 vaccines not only are ineffective in preventing cases and transmission, they rapidly lose protection against severe illness or death while posing risks,” the report went on to say.

A brand new long-term study that was published by the prestigious British journal The Lancet followed up on individuals who participated in the trials conducted by Moderna and Pfizer.

Dr. Meryl Nass did an analysis of the data from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and discovered that vaccinated Californians, along with New Yorkers, were actually three times more likely to develop COVID than those who had prior immunity and did not take the vaccine.

“Further, vaccinated Californians had a higher rate of hospitalizations than those who were unvaccinated but had prior immunity. New York did not provide hospitalization data,” the report said.

Back in April the Food and Drug Administration put out a briefing that stated the composition of the current COVID vaccines might need to be changed in order to provide high levels of protection.

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