A consequential new study out of Germany shows the number of people suffering from serious complications after receiving the Covid “vaccine” is 40 times higher than previously known.
Despite these shocking new revelations, self-proclaimed ‘pandemic expert’ Bill Gates proudly, and falsely, boasted on France 2 television that those who die of Covid are, in fact, the unvaccinated.
When the French news commentator asked the billionaire, “what do you say to people who doubt the Covid vaccine?” Gates responded, “If you look at those who die, it’s the people who are not vaccinated. It’s a miracle that has prevented millions of deaths”:
The following article is from the German regional broadcaster, MDR Fernsehen:
German study: The number of those suffering from serious complications after taking the COVID vaccine is 40 times higher than previously known. Charité in Berlin is carrying out a study on the side effects of receiving corona vaccinations. Professor Harald Matthes is leading the research and is calling for more contact points for those affected.
Study with around 40,000 participants
The study “Safety Profile of Covid-19 Vaccines”, which focuses on the effects and side effects of the various vaccines, has been running for a year. Around 40,000 vaccinated people are interviewed at regular intervals throughout Germany. Participation in the study is voluntary and independent of how the vaccines work in the subjects.
One result: eight out of 1,000 vaccinated people struggle with serious side effects. “The number is not surprising,” explains Prof. Dr. Harald Matthes, head of the study: “It corresponds to what is known from other countries such as Sweden, Israel, or Canada. Incidentally, even the manufacturers of the vaccines had already determined similar numbers in their studies.” With conventional vaccines, such as against polio or measles, the number of severe side effects is significantly lower.
Some side effects last for months
Serious side effects are symptoms that last for weeks or months and require medical attention. These include muscle and joint pain, heart muscle inflammation, excessive reactions of the immune system, and neurological disorders, i.e., nervous system impairments. “Most side effects, including severe ones, subside after three to six months; 80% heal. But some last much longer,” reports Professor Matthes.
[Side effects related to a COVID-19 vaccine can be reported online to the Paul Ehrlich Institute. The aim here is to identify previously unknown risks after vaccination.]
Doctors: “Discuss it openly without being considered anti-vaccination”
Around 179 million Covid-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Germany so far. “Given around half a million cases with serious side effects after Covid vaccinations in Germany, we doctors have to take action,” emphasizes Prof. Matthes, who, in addition to his work at the Berlin Charité, is on the board of several medical specialist societies and has been systematically examining the effect of medicinal products for years. “We have to come to therapy offers, discuss them openly at congresses and in public without being considered anti-vaccination.”
Victims must be taken seriously
It is particularly depressing for those affected that their complaints are often not taken seriously. Doctors in private practice would often not associate the symptoms with the vaccinations because they were either not prepared for them or did not want to expose themselves, given the heated political mood.
This is also evidenced by the many letters to the head of the study, Professor Matthes. Those affected describe their often months-long search for practical medical help and recognition. In addition, they show that suspected cases are not officially reported. And so, the numbers of severe vaccination reactions at the Paul Ehrlich Institute, at 0.2 reports per 1,000 vaccine doses, are also significantly lower than those in the Charité study.
Special outpatient clinics for vaccination victims required
There are already several facilities that would be able to take on at least the initial care of patients with vaccination complications: “We already have several special outpatient clinics for treating the long-term consequences of Covid disease,” explains Prof. Matthes. “Many clinical pictures known from ‘Long Covid’ correspond to those that occur as side effects of vaccination.” The doctors in such clinics are therefore experienced enough. Now it is about opening the outpatient clinics to patients with vaccination complications. Depending on the extent of the complication, patients could then be referred to specialist departments such as neurology or cardiology. And intensive care units and dialysis centers could also be involved in the treatment: “They have experience with blood purification.”
Hemodialysis as therapy
Both at the Charité and in other clinics, effective treatments for people with vaccination complications are being developed: “The presence of too many autoantibodies in the blood plasma of those affected is often the cause of the problem,” explains Prof. Matthes. “Therefore, it must first be determined which and how many of these autoantibodies are present.” Therefore, laboratories that can carry out the relevant tests must also be brought on board.
As soon as the diagnosis is clear, the aim is to remove the excess antibodies from the blood using immune suppressant drugs or a special blood purification. The method has been known for a long time but is too unspecific: “We only want to reduce incorrectly-formed autoantibodies, i.e., those developed against Sars-CoV-2.” The problem, however, is that the treatments for long Covid, including rehabilitation measures, are now paid for by the health insurance companies, but comparable treatments for vaccination complications only in very rare cases. Therefore, the committed doctor emphasizes an urgent need for improvement and advises patients and their family doctors: “If the insurance company refuses to cover the costs of a measure, file an objection, if necessary, a second time.”