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Coronavirus vaccine safety problems notes Dr. Peter Hotez
Saturday, November 28, 2020 6:18 pm Email this article
In this video clip Peter Hotez, MD, PhD from Baylor University says,
“One thing that we are not hearing a lot about is the unique potential safety problems of coronavirus vaccines.”
“This was first found in the early 1960s.”
“Some of those kids who got the vaccine actually did worse, and I believe there were two deaths…
“With certain types of respiratory virus vaccines, you get immunized, and then when you get exposed to the virus, you get this paradoxical immune enhancement phenomenon.
[Hobbs: This is called “antibody immune enhancement”.]
“We don’t entirely understand the basis of it, but we recognize that it is a real problem for certain respiratory virus vaccines.
“That killed the RSV [respiratory virus vaccine] program for decades.
“Now the Gates Foundation is taking it up again, but when we started developing coronavirus vaccines, and our colleagues, we noticed in laboratory animals that they started showing some of the same immune pathology that resembled what had happened 50 years earlier.
“We said, oh my God, this is going to be problematic.”
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