Flu Vaccine May Increase Coronavirus Infection Risk 36% | Bob's Blitz

Flu Vaccine May Increase Coronavirus Infection Risk 36%

The journal Vaccine reports that that influenza vaccination (i.e., the worthless flu shot) may increase the risk of infection from other respiratory viruses -- a phenomenon known as virus interference.

Examining non-influenza viruses specifically, the odds of both coronavirus and human metapneumovirus in vaccinated individuals were significantly higher when compared to unvaccinated individuals (OR = 1.36 and 1.51, respectively)...

Even better? A 2018 study published in PNAS found that receiving a flu vaccination in the current and previous season may increase aerosol shedding of flu particles 6.3 times more as compared with having no vaccination in those two seasons.

We've discussed at length that a meta analysis of the flu shot shows it to be worthless most years (Don't get it and 17% get the flu. Get it and 15% get the flu.) and now this indication it may be worse to get it.

Here is the full discussion of the flu shot and its impact on potential coronavirus infection.

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