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Covid vaccinated 217 times in German patient


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In a peculiar case detailed in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal, a 62-year-old man from Germany has defied medical advice by receiving 217 Covid vaccinations over a span of 29 months. Despite concerns, researchers from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg report that the man has shown no adverse effects.

Dr Kilian Schober, from the university’s microbiology department, revealed that the team learned about the case through media coverage and subsequently invited the man to undergo comprehensive tests in Erlangen. The subject willingly provided fresh blood and saliva samples, and researchers also examined frozen blood samples stored from previous years.

“We were able to take blood samples ourselves when the man received a further vaccination during the study at his own insistence. We were able to use these samples to determine exactly how the immune system reacts to the vaccination,” explained Dr Schober.

While the public prosecutor of the city of Magdeburg collected evidence for 130 of the vaccinations as part of a fraud investigation, no criminal charges were filed. The vaccines were privately purchased and administered.

Dr Schober expressed concerns about potential fatigue in certain immune cells due to hyper-stimulation from repeated doses, a worry that the researchers found unsubstantiated in the 62-year-old participant. Notably, there was no indication that the man had ever been infected with Covid.

The researchers stressed, “Importantly, we do not endorse hyper-vaccination as a strategy to enhance adaptive immunity.” They cautioned against drawing far-reaching conclusions from their tests on the individual, emphasizing that current research supports the three-dose vaccination as the favored approach.

The University’s website echoes this sentiment, stating, “There is no indication that more vaccines are required.” The NHS emphasizes that Covid vaccines are typically administered seasonally, with additional protection recommended for individuals with severely weakened immune systems.

While Covid vaccines can have side effects, such as a sore arm from the injection, the unique case of the 62-year-old man challenges existing perceptions of vaccine tolerance and response.

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