new investigation has suggested that booster shots may increase the risk of illness and death in recipients.
The investigation was conducted by The Epoch Times which examined data from multiple U.S. states.
The study was carried out to identify any benefits of the boosters in protecting against COVID-19.
However, the study found that people who were “fully vaccinated” and received the “booster” shot were more likely to get ill, and even die, than those who had just received the initial vaccine.
“Cases, hospitalizations, and deaths among the boosted have been increasing since the booster shots were first introduced in 2021,” the study said.
“The boosters were promoted as bolstering protection against adverse outcomes.
“But, compared to the vaccinated who have not received any boosters, boosted people are testing positive, being hospitalized, and dying at higher levels in many states.”
It explained the review looked at data from the first two quarters of 2022.
The Epoch Times notes that in California, the “boosted population” made up 72% of the COVID-19 cases among vaccinated people in June.
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