Covid-19: Can vaccines increase the risk of infection?

THE CHEKING PROCESS – This hypothesis was put forward by Professor Didier Raoult. The director of the IHU in Marseille mentions the presence of “facilitating antibodies”. Is she credible?

THE QUESTION. Doubts, criticisms and questions persist, a year after the start of the first vaccinations against Covid-19 and while the virus continues to mutate. “The vaccines that we currently have have very little influence on the circulation of the virus. We really have to ask ourselves the question: what do we want with vaccination? We can’t eliminate this disease“, For example declared on LCI on Saturday the director in charge of infectious risk management at the WHO (World Health Organization), Dr Sylvie Briand. For months, the observation has been the same: vaccines have been effective in reducing severe forms of Covid-19, but do not, or little, prevent contamination and therefore transmission of the Sars-CoV-2 virus which carries this disease.

This is also the statement made by Professor Didier Raoult on Saturday in the program “Do not touch My TV”On C8. The director of the IHU Infection Méditerranée thus defended the vaccine for people vulnerable to Covid-19, but questions its usefulness in fighting the spread of the virus. “From an epidemic standpoint, is there any evidence that this is useful? The answer is no: I’m sorry I disagree with the authorities, but it doesn’t control the epidemic, not at all […] Perhaps even in a number of cases there is […] a scientific phenomenon[…] which are facilitating antibodies, i.e. there are antibodies that facilitate infection and their effect is seen within three weeks of infection“. The academic therefore formulates a hypothesis here: vaccines could induce facilitating antibodies that could increase the risk of Covid-19 infection. Is she credible?

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