Patients who participated in Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” clinical trials were not told that the injections could worsen disease upon exposure to challenge or circulating viruses, a new study has found.
Researchers from New York University (NYU) and Tulane University looked at available published literature to see whether or not the risks associated with Chinese Virus injection were properly disclosed to patients. They were not, it turns out, and many patients ended up learning the hard way through serious illness or death.
Both preclinical and clinical evidence exists to suggest that Wuhan Flu shots can, in fact, worsen disease upon exposure to the virus and to other viruses within the coronavirus family. These include the common cold, which many are unaware is a type of coronavirus.
Just like how flu shots have been shown to increase coronavirus infection risk, Chinese Virus vaccines damage the immune system, causing it to overreact to viral exposure and potentially induce a deadly cytokine storm.
This is a serious risk, and one that both clinical trial participants and everyday people who are lining up to get injected at the local pharmacy are simply not being told about, the new study suggests.
Wuhan Flu shots, we now know, were designed in such a way as to elicit neutralizing antibodies that end up sensitizing vaccine recipients to more severe disease. In other words, getting injected actually worsens one’s risk of developing a serious infection later on down the road.