Title: COVID-19 vaccination was associated with higher rates of COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, and death. Carlton B. Brown, 2022.

Keywords: Antibody-dependent enhancement of viral infection (ADE), vaccine-associated enhanced disease (VAED), negative vaccine effectiveness, antigenic-imprinting, vaccine failure.

Summary: At the national level, during the Omicron wave, COVID-19 vaccination did not prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection. On the contrary, in general, the COVID-19 infection rates were significantly higher in the 1-, 2-, and 3-dose COVID-19 vaccinated than in the unvaccinated (New Zealand, England, Scotland, and Canada). There was a significant COVID-19 death and hospitalization prevention disbenefit or no benefit at all to COVID-19 vaccination across the various dose and demographic categories. Government claims (in general) that COVID-19 vaccination prevented COVID-19 death and hospitalization despite enhanced infection rates are unsupported by the majority of its data, especially in the elderly, who accounted for most of the COVID-19 death and hospitalization burden. At the global scale, high rates of COVID-19 vaccination were associated with significantly higher infection and death rates than low vaccination rates (77 nations). This study’s results and annotated graphic summaries can be downloaded (ADE_VAED_Vaccine-failure).

Evidentiary Document: This study supported an evidentiary document and Open Letter sent to New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Minister of Health, other Ministers, and many senior healthcare-related executives, specialists, and researchers. This evidentiary document provided the results of my private research into (1) negative COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and vaccine failure in New Zealand, England, Scotland, and Canada across the Omicron wave and Globally (2021), (2) the evidence for toxic vaccine lots in the US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System database and its global implications, and (3) the significant evidence for SARS-CoV-2’s gain-of-function origin and the mechanisms used to enhance infectivity and pathogenicity (https://grandsolarminimum.com/2022/12/01/covid-19-vaccine-harm-evidence/).

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