Vaccination Makes Long-COVID Syndrome Worse and Last Longer
Lancet Paper Inadvertently Discloses Data on Vaccination Worsening Long-COVID Symptomatology
By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
I have seen patients in my practice become progressively more ill with fatigue, weakness, hair loss, headaches, effort intolerance, sleep disturbance and in some cases cardiac and neurological symptoms with progressive mRNA injections every six months. Meanwhile the Biden Administration US HHS National Action Plan on Long COVID-19 has been running a billion dollar research plan with no consideration that the vaccine could be the cause of symptoms. The medical literature is loaded with papers on long-COVID ignoring the fact the same patient groups have all been taking COVID-19 vaccines. In essence, there is a global coverup of vaccine injury syndromes as “long-COVID.”
Mateu et al studied 548 individuals, 341 with long-COVID, followed for a median of 23 months (IQR 16.5–23.5). With continued vaccination, only 26 subjects (7.6%) recovered from long-COVID during follow-up; almost all of them (n = 24) belonged to the less symptomatic cluster and importantly the syndrome finally lessened when they dropped vaccination. The authors fail to include vaccination in their multivariate models, thereby missing this effect in the patient population. However, they inadvertently show the impact of COVID-19 vaccination on persistent long-COVID in a figure shown in the Lancet manuscript.
No wonder people are sick with long-COVID! The vaccines install long-lasting genetic code for the Wuhan SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein which deposits in tissues and organs and directly causes cardiovascular, neurological, thrombotic, and immunologic disease which is being blamed on “long-COVID.” Thus an important part of treatment for long-COVID is to stop ill-advised every six-month mass vaccination.
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Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
President, McCullough Foundation
Lourdes Mateu, Cristian Tebe, Cora Loste, José Ramón Santos, Gemma Lladós, Cristina López, Sergio España-Cueto, Ruth Toledo, Marta Font, Anna Chamorro, Francisco Muñoz-López, Maria Nevot, Nuria Vallejo, Albert Teis, Jordi Puig, Carmina R. Fumaz, José A. Muñoz-Moreno, Anna Prats, Carla Estany-Quera, Roser Coll-Fernández, Cristina Herrero, Patricia Casares, Ana Garcia, Bonaventura Clotet, Roger Paredes, Marta Massanella, Determinants of the onset and prognosis of the post-COVID-19 condition: a 2-year prospective observational cohort study, The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, 2023, 100724, ISSN 2666-7762, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lanepe.2023.100724. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2666776223001436)