TEN MEDICAL FACTS REGARDING THE
COVID-19 EXPERIMENTAL VACCINES
Dr. Shelley Cole, Medical Director AFLDS
- They are not acting like vaccines, according to the common definition of a vaccine.
The investigational COVID-19 vaccines were granted emergency use based upon reducing
symptoms only and not based upon preventing transmission of SARS CoV2. Once the trials are
completed, Moderna October 27, 2022 and Pfizer January 31, 2023, the data will be analyzed and
at that time it may be possible to know if either or both vaccine candidates reduce viral transmission.
There has never been a situation where a vaccine candidate was rolled out to millions of healthy
people under such a bizarre set of facts.
The experimental vaccine only lessens symptoms.
The effective rates reported of 90% or above, refer to minimizing the symptoms of COVID-19, not
immunizing you against the SARS CoV-2 virus. That is why the CDC is still recommending
wearing the mask after you take the experimental “vaccine.” You are still at risk of getting the
virus. It is similar to taking Tylenol to reduce the pain of a headache not a cure or avoiding of the
You do not need to be vaccinated if you have already contracted COVID-19.
Typically people who catch an illness develop natural, life-long immunity and there is no reason to
think SARS-CoV-2 is different in this regard. Persons who already had COVID were excluded
from the initial trials (which is strange given that now recommend it to people who already had the
illness.) There is evidence the covid vaccine might actually be more dangerous for persons who
have already had the illness in that they seem to develop an exaggerated reaction to the vaccine.
The experimental vaccine uses new technology never before used in a vaccine.
All current and past vaccines use antigens, something the body detects as foreign to us. In total
contrast, some of the COVID-19 vaccines use modified RNA to program our cells to make an
antigen. Then, after our cells make the antigen, our immune system fights against it.
For the first time, the immune system is trying to attack something our bodies have made. Will the
body consider it “self” or “foreign?” This needs to be studied dispassionately and carefully before
dispensing to millions of healthy people worldwide. We know autoimmune disease will occur as it
always does in some percentage of standard vaccines. But we are concerned it will be in much
higher percentages with this new technology.
Understand, you are agreeing to be in a medical study when you take any of the COVID-19
- The “vaccine” may make you sicker than if you hadn’t taken it, especially the elderly.
The vaccine may cause a paradoxical reaction, called ADE Antibody-Dependent Enhancement.
These enhanced antibodies are extremely dangerous to people as they actually help the virus get
into the cell! If the vaccinated person with ADE is later exposed to the virus, they will have a much
more serious reaction than if they hadn’t taken the vaccine. Studies show that the elderly may be
more prone to ADE.
The previous unsuccessful attempts to create a vaccine against SARS-CoV1, MERS-CoV and
RSV, all coronaviruses, all failed due to this antibody-dependent enhancement, or ADE.
- Inflammation at the placenta of pregnant women who receive the vaccine have been
reported. Caution if you desire future pregnancies.
The “vaccine” is designed to create antibodies to attack the viral s-protein. That protein is very
similar genetically to the proteins made by the placenta. Some reported cases of inflammation have
We urge extreme caution for those of you that desire future pregnancies. This reaction could affect
future childbearing. We just do not know.
- There are effective, safe, affordable prevention and treatment medications for COVID19.
During the pandemic, well over 250 studies have shown that hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin is
a safe effective affordable medication to prevent and treat COVID-19. Additional supplements
including Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Zinc and Quercetin have all been found to beneficial in the
treatment of COVID-19.
For the cost of over-the-counter supplements, and a generic medication, usually less than $25, the
majority of people can be treated. We know it makes much more sense to take medications that
have been used billions of times across the world, that have been FDA approved for decades with
unimpeachable safety record, than to try an experimental new technology.
The non-Western world uses hydroxychloroquine liberally and enjoy 1% of the COVID-19 death
rate of Western nations.
- Deaths due to COVID-19 simply do not justify the use of any “experimental vaccine.”
We now know the death rate for COVID-19 in all ages in the US. According to the CDC, the chance
of surviving SARS-CoV-2 without any treatment at all: age 0-19 (99.997%) 20-50 (99.98%) 50-69
(99.5%) and >age 70 (95%.) 80% of deaths are over the age of 70 with an average of 2.6 other
serious medical conditions. Only 6% of deaths occur in persons without known serious problems.
The average age of death of a COVID-19 patient exceeds the average national life expectancy.
Thus, most of the reported COVID-19 deaths died with COVID-19 not from it.
The death rate is very low for most people, similar to the seasonal flu. Would you be willing to take
an experimental medication that reduced symptoms only for the flu? We should focus on the highrisk groups for deaths from COVID-19, those 70 years or older with multiple diseases.
- The known risks of vaccines can be serious.
Vaccines currently available have reported known risks including neurological diseases such as
transverse myelitis, Bells’ Palsy, multiple sclerosis, autism, and Guillain-Barre. These have already
been reported with the new COVID-19 “vaccines.” The FDA limited the Phase 3 trials and
shortened the traditional trial periods and now, the entire world’s citizens are the subjects of the
We are administering the vaccine to people at low or exceedingly low risk of death. These risks
need to be known and weighed before someone decides to take the vaccine.
- The experimental vaccines should be compared to other therapeutic medications to
accurately determine their risk vs benefit.
Whenever you take any medication, ask yourself, is the risk of taking this medication worth the
benefit? If the “vaccine” can only lessen symptoms, it should be compared to other medications
that do the same, like Tylenol or hydroxychloroquine.
The latter two win the risk vs benefit comparison hands down.