The more doses of COVID-19 vaccines a person receives the higher the risk of getting the virus, according to a peer-reviewed study by the Cleveland Clinic.
The researchers stated that the increased risk of COVID-19 associated with higher numbers of vaccine doses was “unexpected.”
Commenting on the study, comedian and political commentator Jimmy Dore tweeted:
FYI: It’s not a vaccine. It’s a failed experiment. We were the guinea pigs. https://t.co/Mx42nz4XNP
— Jimmy Dore (@jimmy_dore) May 30, 2023
Robby Soave, host of The Hill’s “Rising,” also commented on the study, saying the findings could not be disregarded as “anti-vaccine” because the researchers were not “setting out to disprove the effectiveness of vaccines.”
Moreover, the higher rate of COVID-19 infections among those who received multiple vaccine doses could not be rationalized by the notion that the individuals who received more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were elderly — and therefore already more vulnerable to getting a COVID-19 infection — because the study participants were relatively young.
The study participants were Cleveland Clinic employees whose average age was 42.
The researchers suggested that natural immunity likely played a role in providing protection against COVID-19 infection among those with fewer COVID-19 vaccinations….