mRNA Shots Increase Chance of Catching Covid, Study Finds – EVOL

A new study has concluded that the more Covid mRNA shots a person receives, the more likely they are to contract COVID-19.

Dr. Nabin Shrestha and his team conducted an analysis of data from Cleveland Clinic employees.

The researchers reported that they found that the likelihood of a person contracting Covid increased each time they received a dose of the vaccine.

People who received two or more doses were at higher risk of COVID-19, they noted.

The risk of contracting COVID-19 was 1.5 times higher for those who received two doses and 1.95 times higher for those who received three doses, the researchers found

Those who received three or more doses were 2.5 times more likely to contract the virus.

The higher risk was compared to people who received zero or one dose of a vaccine.

Even after adjusting for variables, the elevated risk remained.

“The exact reason for this finding is not clear,” the researchers said in the paper, which was released as a preprint.

“It is possible that this may be related to the fact that vaccine-induced immunity is weaker and less durable than natural immunity.

“So, although somewhat protective in the short term, vaccination may increase



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