By the Way: The COVID Shots Can Give You Shingles – Because of Course They Can!
At this point, I’m starting to wonder if there is anything the COVID shots cannot do. Well… besides prevent you from catching COVID. The shots can’t do that, obviously!
But as for every other ailment known to mankind, the shots seem to be able to spontaneously cause it in someone, somewhere. Researchers in three different countries conducting three independent, totally unrelated studies, have discovered that the COVID shots can give you shingles, from one of the eight known types of herpes.
And it’s not just the Pfizer shot that has this amazing ability. The Moderna and AstraZeneca shots can do it too!
Researchers in Israel published a study showing that the Pfizer shot can reactivate the chickenpox virus in a person’s system after the first injection. Chickenpox virus is also known as varicella-zoster virus (VZV). That virus is one of the eight types of herpes. When a person catches chickenpox and recovers, the virus stays in their system for the rest of their life. But it’s dormant.
If the VZV does get reactivated somehow, it gives you the shingles, or herpes zoster (HZ). And according to this Israeli study, the COVID shots are in fact reactivating the chickenpox virus in some people. Out of 491 study participants, six women developed shingles within 3 to 14 days of being injected with the Pfizer shot. None of the 99 people in the control group contracted shingles. It was absolutely the Pfizer shot that gave them herpes.
The Israelis especially noted that the herpes reactivation was happening in younger people than it normally does. Some patients were as young as 36.
Completely independent from the Israelis, researchers in Taiwan found that the AstraZeneca and Moderna shots had given three men herpes zoster. They contracted it two to seven days after the first injection. The conclusion of those researchers was that the mRNA shots were absolutely the culprit, based on how quickly the patients developed herpes zoster after injection.
Meanwhile, researchers in Germany studied a cohort of two million vaccinated people and found that herpes zoster rates were much higher than in unvaccinated people. Anyone who has had chickenpox has the VZV virus in their system. If they become immunocompromised in some way later in life, it can be reactivated. So, this does happen to unvaccinated people. But the researchers found that the incidence of herpes zoster was twice as high in vaccinated people as it is in the unvaccinated.
In plain English, if you’ve had chickenpox, getting an mRNA COVID shot doubles your chances of developing herpes zoster.
Meanwhile, here in the good old USA, both the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say that there is no connection between the COVID shots and all of the Americans who have suddenly been developing herpes zoster. None! The vaccines are safe and effective! And you’re probably a racist if you don’t believe them.
It’s almost enough to make you start howling with laughter, if it weren’t for so many people being harmed by these junk science shots. One quack from the CDC actually stated that if you have an adverse reaction to a COVID shot – such as spontaneously developing FREAKIN’ HERPES – it means that the shot is working! I promise you that’s real, I’m not making it up!
The guy who said it is named Scott Pauley and he’s a spokesperson for the CDC. And he says if you get herpes, it means the COVID shot is working. (Okay, I’m laughing a little bit, but only at the CDC’s stupid and brazen lies, not at the Pfizer victims who are developing herpes zoster.)
And here’s a fact that is enough to make your head explode. The FDA and the CDC say that there’s no link between the shots and herpes zoster. But guess what? Pfizer’s internal documents that both agencies have had access to from the beginning say that the shots caused herpes zoster during the “safety” trials. The FDA and CDC absolutely know that herpes zoster is one of the 1,291 known adverse effects – but they’re insisting there’s no link between the two.
The COVID shots can absolutely cause herpes zoster. The Pfizer documents also say the shots can cause oral herpes, herpes simplex, and ophthalmic herpes. That’s literally half of all the known types of herpes.