Acquired immune deficiency syndrome appears to be showing up in adults that have taken the COVID-19 vaccination. Acquired immune deficiency syndrome can appear as from a secondary source. Some common causes of acquired immune deficiency syndrome include the human immunodeficiency virus, leukemia, malnutrition, and radiation or chemotherapy. Other causes include drugs or medication. It is possible for a medication to cause acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Information published by the UK health Security Agency suggests that the COVID-19 injection may be one of those drugs that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
According to information from the UK health Security Agency between the 3rd of January and the 27th of March 2022 those who received the COVID-19 vaccine were significantly more likely to catch COVID-19 disease. Those that were triple vaccinated, meaning that they had their two original shots and then went back and got boostered, had more than triple the cases of COVID-19 compared to the unvaccinated starting in week 5. And according to this information for those from the ages of 40 years and up were the most likely to catch COVID-19 disease if they were triple vaccinated. This data alone shows that the covid 19 vaccinations do not prevent infection.
— minavee (@minavalentine22) April 27, 2022
Their immune systems are compromised. Completely skewed CD4 and CD8, not good. P53 suppressed not to mention IL-12. Their DNA's ability to repair itself has been damaged. This is VAIDS coming to fruition. Big pHARMA have created the next several generations of clientele.
— Clownshoe (@Ninja44803880) April 29, 2022
When you take into account the real world COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness among the triple vaccinated population by age and week in England from the 3rd of January through the 27th of March 2022, there is a noticeable decline in effectiveness in every single age group as time goes on. This suggests that the vaccine from Pfizer at least is nowhere near the 95% effectiveness it claims to be. The decline in effectiveness ranges from negative 29% two negative 391%. The decline is much steeper the older the patient is until you get to the 80 plus range in ages. The worst declines were among 60 to 69 year olds and 70 to 79 year olds. It looks like their immunity has fallen off a cliff from weeks 9 to 13.
Authorities claim that the vaccine effectiveness wanes overtime substantially and this is why they say boosters are important. However, vaccine effectiveness doesn’t seem to wane, it appears that the immune system’s ability to do its job wanes. Vaccine effectiveness doesn’t really measure the vaccine, it measures the vaccine’s recipient’s immune response. This is in comparison to an unvaccinated person. When an unvaccinated person has a better immune response and can fend off a disease better than the vaccinated, it means that the vaccine did not elicit the immune response necessary to be effective. A vaccine effectiveness of negative 50% means that the immune system of the vaccinated person is now performing worse than the natural immune system of the unvaccinated person. In short this means that the COVID 19 vaccines have damaged the immune systems of those that have taken them.
Anyone who has taken the vaccine should be concerned. However, anybody over the age of 60 and has been triple jabbed should be extremely concerned based on this information. Although the public was able to confirm a decline in effectiveness of the Covid 19 vaccine because of the UK health Security Agency publishing these findings, further confirmation will not be able to be done. That’s because the UK health Security Agency has decided to stop publishing the data after they released their week 13 report.