CDC Study: Vaccinated People More Likely To Spread Flu Than Unvaxxed – Explain Life

CDC Study: Vaccinated People More Likely To Spread Flu Than Unvaxxed –

People vaccinated with the flu shot are 6.3 times more likely to spread the flu to other people, according to a new CDC funded study conducted by the National Academy of Sciences.

The CDC funded study also proves that people who are vaccinated are not actually protected against influenza any more than people who are not vaccinated, and people who have received multiple flu shots in successive years have compromised immune systems as a result of the vaccinations.

Does the flu vaccine protect you or those around you? According to the research, the opposite would be true. The findings of the study found that those individuals who had received the flu vaccine were “shedding” 6.3 times more virus than the unvaccinated every time they exhale.

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