The following article was written by Gϋnter Kampf and was published by The Lancet last November 19, 2021 [Kampf is the same person featured in the article Lancet: Stigmatizing the Unvaccinated is Unjustified].
Kampf cites evidence that shows that vaccination cannot stop transmission and infection. He adds that data from various countries showing that fully vaccinated increasingly becoming a relevant source of transmission. He ends his article with these words: “Many decision-makers assume that the vaccinated can be excluded as a source of transmission. It appears to be grossly negligent to ignore the vaccinated population as a possible and relevant source of transmission when deciding about public health control measures.”
Editor’s Note: Kampf’s assertions in this article are no longer unique as we have heard and read many resources making the same conclusions [see Fauci: Early COVID-19 vaccines will only prevent symptoms, not block infection, CDC Head declares COVID ‘vaccines’ don’t prevent infections or transmissions, Iceland epidemiologist says herd immunity cannot be achieved by vaccines, Iceland and Denmark: No herd immunity from vaccines, New York Times: Herd immunity will not be achieved with vaccines. Also read Vaccinated are the Superspreaders, Research shows fully vaccinated individuals infected with COVID have become presymptomatic superspreaders].
What makes this article significant, however, is the fact that this has been allowed by The Lancet to be published [Lancet has been a major instrument of this scamdemic, see Lancet, top medical journal, helps coverup true origins of COVID, Scientific fraud at top medical journals affect world COVID-19 policy]. This means that the tide of scientists being scared by government/globalists/Big Pharma funding is turning, and the truth is coming out at the highest levels of science such as The Lancet.
Read Original Article
Click the button below if you wish to read the article on the website where it was originally published.
Click the button below if you wish to read the article offline.