Scientists report a “hypervaccinated” man who has received 217 Covid shots

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An instance of a “hypervaccinated” individual who allegedly received 217 Covid-19 shots has been reported by scientists.

A report that was published in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases claims that over the course of 29 months, the German man had numerous vaccinations “for private reasons.”

The 62-year-old German resident of Magdeburg showed “no signs” of ever having the Covid-19 virus and had not noticed any ill effects after the vaccination, according to University of Erlangen-Nuremberg researchers.

Dr Kilian Schober

Despite this extreme hypervaccination, no discernible adverse effects were observed, suggesting that the medications are somewhat tolerable.

After reading about the man in a newspaper article, academics inquired about the possibility of examining his body’s reaction to the repeated blows.

“We learned about his case via newspaper articles,” Dr Kilian Schober stated.

“We then contacted him and invited him to undergo various tests in Erlangen. He was very interested in doing so.”

According to the team, 134 of these immunizations—including eight distinct vaccines—have official validation.

The person has had a number of blood tests recently, and he granted us permission to review the findings of these examinations. These samples allowed us to precisely ascertain the immune system’s response to the immunization.

“The observation that no noticeable side-effects were triggered in spite of this extraordinary hypervaccination indicates that the drugs have a good degree of tolerability,” Dr Schober added.

In addition to reviewing the man’s prior blood work, researchers also studied blood samples taken after his subsequent vaccinations.

Dr Schober continued: “The individual has undergone various blood tests over recent years, he gave us his permission to assess the results of these analyses.

“In some cases, samples had been frozen, and we were able to investigate these ourselves. We were also able to take blood samples ourselves when the man received a further vaccination during the study at his own insistence.

Overall, we did not find any indication for a weaker immune response, rather the contrary.”

Study author Katharina Kocher

“We were able to use these samples to determine exactly how the immune system reacts to the vaccination.”

His immune system was discovered by researchers to be completely operational.

The group found that compared to individuals who had only had three vaccinations, there were significantly larger levels of specific immune cells and antibodies against the virus that causes Covid-19 (Sars-CoV-2).

“Overall, we did not find any indication for a weaker immune response, rather the contrary,” stated one of the leading study authors Katharina Kocher.

A maximum of seven vaccinations will have been administered to UK citizens through the original immunization program and subsequently booster shots. With two shots during the original program and one booster, many working-age adults without underlying medical issues will have had three injections.



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