They say “the vaccine is safe and effective”.
They say “it’s approved by FDA”.
But IS IT?
If that is indeed, then why we’re seeing so many clinical trials not only incomplete, but some are just starting out?
Why would one set up a clinical trial, mind you it costs a pretty penny to the company, to discover what they allegedly already know?
The answer is: THEY DO NOT KNOW. THEY HAVE NO IDEA HOW SAFE IT IS. THEY ARE RUNNING CLINICAL TRIALS IN PARALLEL WITH REAL-WORLD ROLLOUT. WE ARE IN THE CLINICAL TRIAL AND WE DID NOT CONSENT TO IT.
Let’s look at the source. https://clinicaltrials.gov
I’ve extracted a small subset of clinical trials from the website.
The estimated completion dates for these (except one) are in the future, which means the answer to the questions posed in the title are unknown.
(There are more completed and ongoing trials on clinicaltrials.gov)
Here are the results of the one that’s completed (the one in BOLD above). It is observational and retrospective – they analyzed existing medical records, 11,834 of them. Note these are people who came to the hospital, not light infections or asymptomatic (formerly known as immune) people.
|Measured Outcome||Unvaxxed||Partially vaxxed||Fully vaxxed|
|Number of Patients With Severe Infection||733 (6.7%)||85 (10.3%)||16 (12.4%)|
|Number of Patients With ICU Admission||619 (5.7%)||75 (9.1%)||14 (10.9%)|
|Number of Patients Requiring Mechanical Ventilation||398 (3.7%)||42 (5.1%)||6 (4.7%)|
|Number of Patients With In-hospital Mortality||384 (3.5%)||50 (6.1%)||8 (6.2%)|
- Mean age of those fully vaxxed is almost 20 years higher than that of the other categories.
- Fully vaxxed cohort is much smaller in comparison to the unvaxxed.
- It is hard to adjust the conclusions for the difference in mean age of participants and the difference in the cohort size, but it is still shows that double jabs do not even bring the risk for elderly back to the unvaxxed risk.
More measured outcomes are available by following the link for this trial. I’ve just listed those that scream loud.
Does that look effective to you?