Study Claims the Unvaxxed Are More Likely to Be in Car Accidents

A recent study claims that people who refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine may be more at risk of getting into motor vehicle accident.

  • A new study, conducted by The American Journal of Medicine, claims that those who are unvaccinated are more likely to be in an automobile accident.
  • The study tested encrypted government records of nearly 11 million adults and then cross-calculated car accidents and vaccinations.
  • The data “revealed” unvaccinated adults were 72% more likely to be involved in a serious accident, comparing the increased risk to that of drivers who suffer from sleep apnea.
  • Although the study didn’t indicate if the vaccinated were at risk for accidents, the theory of the study implied that people who were willing to take “personal health risks” by not getting the jab would also take risks behind the wheel.
  • “Didn’t get your Covid vaccine? Brace yourself for higher car insurance!!!” New York Post columnist Rikki Schlott tweeted, in mockery of the study’s implications.

“Canadian researchers claim the unvaxxed are 72% more likely to have car crashes due to ‘neglecting basic safety guidelines,’ suggesting doctors promote traffic safety. Seems like an excuse for insurance companies to use vaccination status to set policy,” Cooper said.

  • Pro-vaccine Australian Cardiologist Dr. Ross Walker recommended a ban on mRNA booster vaccines this week following his observation of as many as 70 cases of vaccine-related heart conditions.
  • “I’ve seen many people getting vaccine reactions, who get symptoms for about three to six months afterwards,” Dr. Walker said, those reactions including shortness of breath, heart palpitations, and chest pain. “I’ve seen 60-70 patients in my own practice over the past 12 months who have had similar reactions.”
  • Walker has publicly expressed his hesitations regarding the mRNA vaccines, which he has stated are “very pro-inflammatory.”