Microsoft Removes Paper Revealing Vaccinated People Are More Susceptible to the CCP virus

According to a report by Natalie Winters on June 16th, a research paper shows that people who have not been vaccinated against CCP virus suffer from severe CCP virus symptoms are lower, but the paper was removed by Microsoft Corporation.

The paper had been included in the preprint server ResearchGate, based on data from 18,500 respondents in 175 countries. The analysis showed that people who were not vaccinated against CCP virus reported fewer hospitalizations than those who were vaccinated.

MSN (The Microsoft Network) is a portal website and information service set up by Microsoft Corporation. It was first launched on August 24th, 1995 with the Internet service provider Windows 95. It reported on the paper study, titled “Severe COVID-19 ‘Rare’ In Unvaccinated People” but deleted it after publishing although the archived version is still available.

The paper mentioned that a survey of “self-reported outcomes, choice, and discrimination in the global unvaccinated population against CCP virus” was conducted from September 2021 to February 2022. The data collected was analyzed by an independent international team of scientists led by Dr. Robert Verkerk, founder, executive and scientific director of Alliance for Natural Health International. The report noted that prior to this investigation, other studies had come to similar conclusions about the efficacy of CCP virus vaccines. For example, a report by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) evaluated data from the German government and found that 80% cases of the CCP virus variant Omicron occurred in people who had been fully vaccinated in the country.

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