Maternal mRNA SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination Fails to Protect Babies
COVID-19 Vaccination Before or During Pregnancy Did not Influence Babies Testing Positive with Omicron
By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
The Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex pushed COVID-19 vaccines on pregnant women with a false message that vaccination would “protect” their babies. The CDC makes this deceptive claim on their website:
For a vaccine to be considered in my practice, the theoretical vaccine efficacy would have to meet a lower bound of the confidence interval of >50%. Because we do not have randomized trials, we must consider the point estimate of VE in non-randomized studies to be a statistical blur. Reality could be any value within the 95% confidence interval. Therefore a conservative position would be to focus on the lower bound of the confidence interval as the FDA does commonly with other products.
Goh and colleagues from Singapore recently reported on infants testing positive for COVID-19 within 6 months of delivery. There was no mention of any of the babies with adjudicated COVID-19 illness. Nevertheless, the theoretical VE for passive protection to the newborn was abysmal for the poorly conceived vaccines as shown in the table.
Lesson learned, do not to be deceived by a vaccine syndicate trying to tap into maternal instincts to “protect” their babies. In contradistinction, an astute mother would recognize the potential dangers of her injection with mRNA coding for the lethal Spike protein that was engineered in the Wuhan Institute of Virology years ago.
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Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
President, McCullough Foundation
Goh O, Pang D, Tan J, Lye D, Chong CY, Ong B, Tan KB, Yung CF. mRNA SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination Before vs During Pregnancy and Omicron Infection Among Infants. JAMA Netw Open. 2023 Nov 1;6(11):e2342475. doi: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2023.42475. PMID: 37948079; PMCID: PMC10638647.