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CNN Claims Stronger Side Effects to COVID Vax Mean It’s Working Better

'These findings support reframing postvaccination symptoms as signals of vaccine effectiveness and reinforce guidelines for vaccine boosters in older adults...'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) A recent study published by JAMA Network Open claimed that people experiencing side effects such as fever, chills or muscle pain after receiving COVID vaccinations from Pfizer and Moderna are simply having a greater antibody response following vaccination.

CNN quickly took the opportunity to tout the efficacy of the vaccine, assuring people that a heightened reaction to a vaccination is a good thing.

“In conclusion, these findings support reframing postvaccination symptoms as signals of vaccine effectiveness and reinforce guidelines for vaccine boosters in older adults,” the researchers wrote.

William Schaffner, a professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Divison of Infectious Diseases and medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, was not involved in the study but was quoted by CNN insisting that all vaccines should have some sort of side effect.

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“I don’t want a patient to tell me that, ‘Golly, I didn’t get any reaction, my arm wasn’t sore, I didn’t have fever. The vaccine didn’t work.’ I don’t want that conclusion to be out there,” he said. “This is more to reassure people who have had a reaction that that’s their immune system responding, actually in a rather good way, to the vaccine, even though it has caused them some discomfort.”

The CNN article does not disclose is that the study was funded in part by the National Institutes of Health, and some of the doctors who performed the study received government grants during the study’s conduct.

Neither the CNN article nor the study addresses the more serious side effects vaccinated people have been experiencing, including blood clots and increased heart problems.

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Other studies show a link between COVID vaccinations and changes to women’s menstrual cycles.

There has also been growing suspicion that the vaccines are connected to the newly discovered “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” being pushed by the media.

Many fully vaccinated people have still become infected with COVID, despite all of their purported protection.

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