First autopsy of vaccinated COVID patient shows spike proteins infested major organs

Oliver Cook | TheBL 08/05/21, 20:24 An infectious disease doctor examines and screens for COVID-19 infection in 2019. (Joel Bubble Ben/Shutterstock)

The first-ever postmortem examination of a COVID-19 death raised serious questions about the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine’s effectiveness. It revealed new evidence of the virus spreading faster in immunized patients.

A scientific paper published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases shows the 86-year-old nursing home resident received a single dose of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. He died four weeks later.

Pathologists discovered viral ribonucleic acid (RNA) in every vital organ of the subject’s body.

On Jan. 9, 2021, the man received lipid nanoparticle-formulated, nucleoside-modified RNA vaccine BNT162b2 in a 30 microgram dose.

On day 18, he was admitted to the hospital for worsening diarrhea. Since he did not present with any clinical signs of COVID-19, isolation in a specific setting did not occur. Laboratory testing revealed hypochromic anemia and increased creatinine serum levels.

The patient eventually tested positive for the COVID-19 on day 25, possibly from an infected patient sharing his hospital room. He died the following day of kidney and respiratory failure, according to Humans Are Free.

Researchers reported the patient’s lungs, kidneys, tongue, trachea, cerebrum, and myocardium all had high RNA levels. The COVID-19 vaccine elicited an immune response but did not prevent the virus from spreading through the patient’s body.

“Results of our autopsy case study in a patient with mRNA vaccine confirm the view that by the first dose of vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 immunogenicity can already be induced, while sterile immunity is not adequately developed,” the paper said.

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