A prominent media outlet out of Thailand reported on potentially devastating health risks associated with receiving multiple COVID vaccinations.
The Bangkok Post referenced two medical experts who in a January 14 article, highlighted the possibility of latent diseases surfacing after multiple COVID jabs, as well as a weakened immunity, and the onset of serious conditions such as cancer and brain disorders.
Dr. Thiravat Hemachudha, director at the Thai Red Cross Emerging Infectious Diseases Health Science Centre, and Panthep Puapongphan, the dean at Rangsit University’s College of Oriental Medicine, claimed there has been an underreporting of adverse effects and fatalities linked to COVID-19 vaccinations.
They suggested that the official data on vaccination-related issues do not reflect reality, leaving many affected individuals unaware and untreated.
Highlighting an increase in the mortality rate among Thais post-vaccination, compared to pre-pandemic levels, they called for investigations to determine if there’s a connection to the vaccinations.
Dr. Hemachudha and Dr. Puapongphan also referenced studies from other countries indicating fatalities and systemic damage, including heart, blood, and respiratory issues, due to COVID-19 vaccinations.
Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Medicine reported finding nearly 100 vaccinated COVID-19 cases with inflammation and protein conditions indicative of brain disorders, with some individuals already exhibiting symptoms.
Additionally, they cited research from Mahidol University’s Ramathibodi Hospital, which found that after the third COVID-19 vaccination, some individuals showed weakened T-Cell immunity, suggesting that excessive vaccinations might compromise the immune system.
They called for greater transparency in reporting data on the effects of vaccinations to enable informed decision-making regarding vaccination.
Thailand’s National Vaccine Institute (NVI) refutes claims
Ten days later, the same outlet reported the Thailand’s National Vaccine Institute (NVI) refuted the claims from Dr. Hemachudha and Dr. Puapongphan.
“Long COVID-19, or Post COVID-19 condition, a condition that can occur after recovering from COVID-19, but it is not linked to COVID-19 vaccination,” the NVI statement read.
“Additionally, NVI addresses the issue of excess deaths among the Thai population in 2022-2023, clarifying that these deaths result from various causes such as cancer and chronic diseases that lacked appropriate treatment.”
The NVI added: “Analyzing excess death rate data does not provide evidence of a link to COVID-19 vaccination.”