The vaccines have done damage to the immune system such that it makes people more likely to get COVID—over a longer term, not the short-term vaccine benefit period, but after that—more likely to get COVID infections, more likely to get other respiratory infections.”
Today, I sit down with Dr. Harvey Risch, a professor emeritus of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health. We discuss why vaccinated individuals appear to be getting COVID-19 infections at higher rates than the unvaccinated, and how much of our policies over the last two years were based on flawed science—from lockdowns to the vaccine rollout for children. We also reflect on the recent passing of Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, who pioneered the use of early COVID treatments.
Doctors all over the country are now prescribing these sorts of treatments—mostly quietly—for fear of losing their medical licenses. “I’m sure by now, there’s a quarter of a million Americans who have been treated successfully with these medications. They know that they were treated with these things. And they worked,” Dr. Risch says.