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South Korean studies reveal alarming health trends following COVID vaccination

Summarised by Centrist 

Recently, a series of studies conducted in South Korea raises the alarm about the potential health effects of COVID vaccinations. The findings suggest significant increases in inflammatory and immune conditions among the vaccinated population. 

These studies, though not yet peer-reviewed, analysed around two million vaccinated and over 300,000 unvaccinated individuals from the Korean National Health Insurance Service (NHIS). 

The analysis accounted for the age differences between the two groups and excluded individuals with pre-existing conditions to reduce bias. Only those who received two vaccine doses were included. The follow-up period was limited to three months after the second dose, and it didn’t include data on booster doses. 

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