Doctors from Alberta, Canada are claiming that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines may have caused short-term jumps in deaths and hospitalizations, possibly due to the vaccines causing immunosuppression.
Dr. Christy Reich, who works as a family doctor, shared the graphs compiled from the Alberta Health Services (AHS) with a group of doctors who are concerned with vaccination mandates and safety.
According to them, the graphs show a spike in COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths within the first two to three weeks of receiving the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
“After the second dose, you see a small initial increase in cases but then an elevation in cases again in two to six months,” Reich said. She added that all members of their group came to the same conclusion after comparing notes.
The graphs can be viewed on the government COVID statistics page titled “Number of days between first immunization date and COVID-19 diagnosis.”
There were graphs for total cases, total hospitalizations and total deaths, which all appear to show large spikes in cases, hospitalizations and deaths between one to 30 days after a person’s COVID injection dates.
Specialist: Data shows vaccines are contributing to a rise in cases
A specialist from the group, whose name was withheld, said that the government’s data seem to show that vaccines are contributing to a rise in cases, hospitalizations and deaths. The specialist added that experts are seeing other diseases and illnesses that have been in remission come back as if the “vaccine is causing immunosuppression.”
“The body is expending so many resources fighting the spike protein (from the COVID-19 vaccine) that the body can’t hold off these other infections or diseases that were in remission,” the specialist said.
Reich noted that it is hard to say why they are seeing these data from the graph, adding that the vaccine is likely “decreasing people’s immune function and making them more predisposed to catching illnesses or fighting off conditions currently in remission.”
It’s also possible that people are less careful once vaccinated.
The Canadian doctors continue to speak out about the ill effects that they observed with COVID jabs. (Related: Why did Canada, population 37 million, just order 293 million covid vaccine doses?)
Dr. Chris Gordillo talked about the ill effects he witnessed from the injections, saying at a rally in Edmonton: “I’ve seen strokes, I’ve seen Bell’s palsy, I’ve seen a heart attack, blood clots, I’ve seen breathing disorders where people just cannot breathe after they’ve had these vaccines.”
British Columbia doctor Daniel Nagase, who worked in Alberta Hospitals, was recently blacklisted by AHS for treating his patients with ivermectin while working at a rural hospital. He called out future cancer cases in kids who might be vaccinated now or in the future.
“Kids get all sorts of viruses, I know what to do, in fact, most parents know what to do. It takes 20 years to find out whether some new injection causes cancer or not. I’m just an emergency doctor. I know what to do about a virus, I don’t know what to do about cancer,” he said in a rally.
The doctors said COVID vaccine trials never produced enough evidence that vaccines stop infection or transmission. They don’t reduce hospitalization either, which is the measurement of success in preventing severe symptoms of the disease.
Dr. Peter McCullough said that those who develop COVID have “complete and durable immunity. And that’s a very important principle: complete and durable. You can’t beat natural immunity.”
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