Are “COVID vaccines” effective?


There is no evidence to confirm that the “COVID vaccines” are effective.  The fast-tracked “vaccines” are experimental and trials remain ongoing so available data is limited.


  • the Government, WHO and the manufacturers themselves have confirmed that “COVID vaccines” may not prevent transmission or infection;
  • recent reports show that efficacy rates remain below 1.3% (despite official claims of 90% and above);
  • the “COVID vaccines” have been linked to increased severity and morbidity rates for COVID-19 (because they generate an auto-immune response in which they body attacks itself – also known as “pathogenic priming” – as was see in all the animal trials for SARS-CoV 1 vaccine development).

Key Points & Evidence

The fast tracked "vaccines " are untested experimental technology of which trials remain underway. There is limited reliable short-term data and no long-term efficacy data.


Trials have been criticised for failing to validate how effective the "vaccines" are in reducing the likelihood of illness or preventing infection and transmission. The protocols adopted in the trials have also been criticized.


UK government clinical commissioning sites ( state: "We do not yet know whether the vaccine will stop you from catching and passing on the virus, but we do expect it to reduce this risk", indicating that it is not known whether the vaccines will be shown to be effective."

This is confirmed by the British Medical Journal which says that while "the world has bet the farm on vaccines as the solution to the pandemic, but the trials are not focused on answering the questions many might assume they are" because the clinical trials are not set up to show if the vaccines are effective.


A peer reviewed Lancet report shows that the "vaccine" efficacy rates, in contrast to official claims of over 90%;, are below 1.4%. Rates are: Astra Zeneca 1.3%, Moderna 1.2%, Johnson & Johnson 1.2% and Pfizer 0.84%.


Reports show that the vaccinated experience worse symptoms when subsequently infected with the COVID virus itself (an infection that the vaccine failed to prevent!).


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There appears to be no long-term verifiable evidence that the “Covid vaccines” are effective and  may even be shown to increase the severity of symptoms. What are the implications of this for “informed choice” and risk vs. reward assessments?  What are the implications of this for healthcare professionals and their patients?