Have you noticed the number of people you know experiencing painful shingles?
🔹From 1945 to 1949, 0.76 out of every 1,000 people got the disease in the U.S.
🔹Between 2000 and 2007, that number rose to 3.15 people per 1,000.
🔹The virus has hit older adults particularly hard. Shingles rates rose 39% from 1992 to 2010 in people over 65.
🔹In 1998, Americans, ages 50-59 experienced shingles at a rate of 4.2% for every 1,000 persons. By the end of 2020 (if we can even trust those CDC numbers), the rate increased to over 6%. The CDC has not released the numbers for 2021.
🔹The Shingrix vaccine was introduced only in late 2017, so it’s too early to see what impact it’s going to have on shingles infection rates. As with any vaccine, the negative and harmful effects are not totally known yet.
Have you also noticed these individuals were vaccinated with the experimental COVID-19 jabs?
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) data indicates the U.S. is not experiencing a monkeypox outbreak, but instead we are witnessing a cover-up of Covid-19 vaccine-induced shingles.
“Shingles is caused by varicella-zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox,” the CDC notes in their literature to physicians. “After you have chickenpox, the virus stays in your body and can cause shingles later in life. Shingles cannot be passed from one person to another, but the virus that causes shingles can spread and cause chickenpox in someone who has never had chickenpox or has never received chickenpox vaccine.”
In 2021, and continuing through June 2022, Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), a serious nervous system disorder, has been reported in some individuals after receiving a recombinant zoster vaccine.
According to CDC ‘s Wonder Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database, as of June 3, 2022, CDC has processed 18,026 reports related to herpes infections and shingles that occurred as adverse reactions to Covid-19 injections.
The vast majority of these reports have been the result of injections of Covid-19 mRNA from Moderna and Pfizer. Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen viral vector vaccine reveals 693 reports of herpes/shingles infections against it. Moderna vaccine had 5,321, and the Pfizer jabs, a shocking 12,507.
VAERS database indicates the CDC only received 1,052 reports related to herpes/shingles infections that occurred as adverse reactions to all available flu vaccines between the years 2008 and 2020.
This figure alone shows that there has been a 1614% increase in herpes/shingles related adverse events due to Covid-19 injections.
“The most common complication of shingles is postherpetic neuralgia (PHN), which is severe pain in the areas where the shingles rash occurred,” the CDC indicates. “About 10 to 18% of people who get shingles will experience PHN. The risk of PHN also increases with age.”
“Many would try to argue that this increase is simply because so many Covid-19 injections have been given,” observed Laverdadofende, (Censored Truth Offends), a Spanish news blog. “But anyone who argues this would be dead wrong because official CDC data shows that nearly 3 times more flu shots were given between 2008 and 2020 than Covid-19 shots were given through June 3, 2022.”
According to the CDC, 1.7 billion flu shots were given between 2008 and 2020.
But according to ‘Our World in Data’, as of May 27, 2022, only 588.04 million Covid-19 injections have been administered in the US.
“Now that we know these numbers, we can use them to calculate the rate of adverse events related to herpes/shingles infections per million doses administered,” Laverdadofende said.
The results are the following –
Based on available official data from 2008 to 2020, there were 0.6 adverse events related to herpes/shingles infections per million doses of flu vaccine administered in the US.
But according to official data available through June 3, 2022, there have been 30.7 adverse events related to herpes/shingles infections for every million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine administered in the US.
However, it is important to note that the CDC has admitted that they believe only 1-10% of adverse events are actually reported to VAERS, therefore the rates per 1 million doses could be significantly higher for both injections.
🔹Available data shows that the rate of adverse events related to herpes/shingles infections per million doses of Covid-19 injection administered is 4925% higher than the rate of adverse events related to herpes/shingles infections per million of doses of influenza vaccine administered .
🔹Thus, this official US government data proves that vaccination against Covid-19 increases a person’s risk of developing shingles by at least 4925% .
The Emergency Committee of the World Health Organization will meet on Thursday, June 23, 2022 to assess whether the suspected monkeypox outbreak represents a public health emergency of international concern.
But it appears that they will actually come together to declare a public health emergency of international concern by the end of June 2022 over Covid-19 vaccine-induced shingles.
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