Pentagono: il vaccino antinfluenzale aumenta del 36% il rischio di coronavirus

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Il vaccino per l’influenza stagionale – così diffuso e propagandato in giro per il mondo, e che tanto guadagno porta alle “big pharma” ogni anno – potrebbe avere una correlazione con la diffusione del corona virus? Secondo un recente studio del Pentagono, sì. Non stiamo parlando, quindi, di qualche studio che rischia di essere additato come l’ennesima bufala “no Vax” per sminuirne il significato, ma della massima autorità statunitense in tema di sicurezza e difesa. Non è possibile dire se la correlazione sia diretta o voluta, ovviamente, ma l’ipotesi più probabile è che le persone vaccinate vedono aumentare il rischio di altri virus respiratori perché non hanno acquisito  l’immunità genetica, non specifica, verso gli altri virus ambientali nella stagione influenzale. 
E’, del resto, proprio questo il modo di operare del nostro sistema immunitario che, sin dalla più tenera età, si “forgia” e si forma proprio venendo a contatto con le fonti di rischio e adeguandosi autonomamente con i cosiddetti anticorpi: sarà per questo che ci vogliono tutti a casa e protetti da mascherine che impediscono sì i contagi, ma anche la possibilità di acquisire una naturale immunità dal virus? E’ questa, ad esempio, la tesi del Professor Tarro il quale non è proprio l’ultimo degli arrivati, visto che è stato candidato ben due volte al Nobel. Il virologo, al quale è stato concessa la possibilità di parlare all’una di notte qualche sera fa in trasmissione da Bruno Vespa (notare la fascia oraria di scarsissima visibilità!) ha espresso proprio la sua contrarietà alle misure di isolamento in casa che portano le persone a non poter sviluppare, in sicurezza e grazie al distanziamento sociale, proprio questa naturale immunità.

(childrenshealthdefense.org) – On March 12th, 2020, Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta held a global town hall on “Corona Facts and Fears.” During the discussion, Anderson said to the viewing audience, “And, again, if you are concerned about coronavirus, and you haven’t gotten a flu shot…you should get a flu shot.”

Setting safety and efficacy of influenza vaccination aside, is Anderson’s claim that the flu shot will help people fight COVID-19 remotely true? The short answer is no.

In fact, the results of many peer-reviewed, published studies prove that Anderson’s recommendation may have been the worst advice he could have given the public.

In searching the literature, the only study we have been able to find assessing flu shots and coronavirus is a 2020 US Pentagon study that found that the flu shot INCREASES the risks from coronavirus by 36%. “Receiving influenza vaccination may increase the risk of other respiratory viruses, a phenomenon known as “virus interference…’vaccine derived’ virus interference was significantly associated with coronavirus…”

Here are the findings:

2020 Pentagon study: Flu vaccines increase risk of coronavirus by 36% 

Examining non-influenza viruses specifically, the odds of coronavirus in vaccinated individuals were significantly higher when compared to unvaccinated individuals with an odds ratio (association between an exposure and an outcome) of 1.36. In other words, the vaccinated were 36% more likely to get coronavirus.

Many other studies suggest the increased risk of viral respiratory infections from the flu shot:

2018 CDC Study: Flu shots increase risk of non-flu acute respiratory illnesses (ARI) in children.

This CDC supported study concluded an increased risk of acute respiratory illness (ARI) among children <18 years caused by non-influenza respiratory pathogens post-influenza vaccination compared to unvaccinated children during the same period.

2011 Australian Study: Flu shot doubled risk of non-influenza viral infections and increased flu risk by 73%.

A prospective case-control study in healthy young Australian children found that seasonal flu shots doubled their risk of illness from non-influenza virus infections. Overall, the vaccine increased the risk of virus-associated acute respiratory illness, including influenza, by 73%.

2012 Hong Kong Study: Flu shots increased the risk of non-flu respiratory infections 4.4 times and tripled flu infections.

A randomized placebo-controlled trial in Hong Kong children found that flu shots increased the risk of non-influenza viral ARIs fivefold (OR 4.91,CI 1.04—8.14) and, including influenza, tripled the overall viral ARI risk (OR 3.17, CI 1.04—9.83).

2017 Study: Vaccinated children are 5.9 more likely to suffer pneumonia and 30.1 times more likely to have been diagnosed with Allergic Rhinitis than unvaccinated children.

Vaccinated children were 30.1 times more likely to have been diagnosed with Allergic Rhinitis and 5.9 times more likely to have been diagnosed with pneumonia than unvaccinated children.

2014 Study: Influenza-vaccinated children were 1.6 times more likely than unvaccinated children to have a non-influenza “Influenza-like-illness” (ILI).

Even more published science

The well-respected Cochrane Collaboration’s comprehensive 2010 meta-analysis of published influenza vaccine studies found that the influenza vaccination has “no effect” on hospitalization, and that there is “no evidence that vaccines prevent viral transmission or complications.” The Cochrane Researchers concluded that the scientific evidence “seem[s] to discourage the utilization of vaccination against influenza in healthy adults as a routine public health measure.” 

In their meta-analysis, the Cochrane researchers accused the CDC of deliberately misrepresenting the science in order to support their universal influenza vaccination recommendation. Nevertheless, CNN and other mainstream media outlets continually broadcast CDC pronouncements as gospel and, ironically, ridicules those of us who actually read the science as “purveyors of ‘vaccine misinformation”.