Top study shows people with more jabs were more likely to get COVID than people with fewer jabs.
They lied, people died.
Here’s Figure 2 from the Cleveland Clinic study (posted December 19, 2022) which looked at 51,011 working-age people who work at the Cleveland Clinic who have various vaccination status.
People with more jabs were more likely to get COVID than people with fewer jabs.
They started the clock for everyone at the same time: on the day the bivalent COVID-19 vaccine first became available to employees.
As you can see, people with more shots were more likely to get COVID and the differences were statistically significant.