Department of Defense (DOD) vs CDC VAERS Data

I guess it depends upon “who’s data” we are reviewing/analyzing/drawing comparisons to, and “who’s interpretation/enhancement/manipulation” is being portrayed as “ factual” .

Attached is the Department of Defense (DOD) report on Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE) –

DoD Data Analysis Reveals
Accelerated ADE In the
Vaccinated which appears to be in direct conflict/opposition to what Slate report states that it is the unvaccinated that is the problem.

A Department of Defense (DoD) program
called “Project Salus” analyzed data on 5.6
million Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 or
older and found that most COVID-19
hospitalizations are among fully vaccinated
patients, with numbers increasing as the
weeks pass.

In cooperation with the Joint
Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC), the study
was presented by DoD partner Humetrix.

Alarmingly, the data backs up what experts
have predicted for months—

that mass
vaccination against COVID-19 will result in
the mutation and strengthening of SARS-CoV-
2, a phenomenon called Antibody-Dependent
Enhancement (ADE), thus driving up the rate
of infection and spread of the virus.

Total & Breakthrough Cases in the 65 Years and Older Salus Cohort,” the study gives a graph indicating the number of COVID-19 cases over the six months from February 6 to August 21, 2021.

As Delta cases increase, the study data reveals that by August, 71% of all COVID-19 cases were in vaccinated individuals.

AIDS-Like “Chronic Covid” is Taking Over Europe, Australia and NZ

The Boosted Cannot Clear Covid Easily and Keep Getting Reinfected

PubMed/NIH Research articles on ADE

Published by enoch2345

Retired Biochemist with over 40 years of problem solving experience in oil, environmental, and toxicology.

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