Autopsy of Fatal Delta Variant in a Fully Vaccinated Man
Findings Suggest Complete Failure of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Induced Antibodies
Autopsies have played a critical role in the history of medicine. The novel coronavirus pandemic is a period of time where autopsies have been particularly helpful in advancing our understanding of COVID-19 disease. So the question on the table is: if the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines raised antibodies against the ancestral wild type Wuhan strain of SARS-CoV-2, would they cover the Delta variant? The only real way to know is to find a case who is fully vaccinated with “protective” antibodies in the bloodstream who contracts COVID-19. Recently such a patient has been reported from Catania, Italy.
Esposito, et al, published an autopsy of an 83 year old man who was admitted to the hospital with heart failure and was later diagnosed with acute COVID-19 and succumbed 18 days later. There is no mention of treatment with lifesaving medications in the McCullough protocol such as ivermectin, corticosteroids, or anticoagulants. Sadly his lungs were ravaged with SARS-CoV-2 despite having adequate antibody titers for the Spike protein generated from the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. (See link for article)
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J&J COVID Shot No Longer Available in US
Facts Matter with Roman Balmakov
May 17, 2023
The reason? This particular shot expired on May 7, 2023 and any remaining shots are to be disposed.
The J&J vaccine is based on an adenovirus and does not utilize the mRNA technology platform. Only one dose was required which made it very popular; however, the FDA released an official statement a year ago that it was restricted to certain individuals due to concerns about blood clots and low platelets.
Of course the CDC must keep the narrative alive, and they predictably recommend you get a different one.
This means about 12.5 million doses will be disposed which already cost the taxpayer $125 million.