The news about these “vaccines” just continues to get worse. Now, scientists in Israel have said the herpes is a possible side effect of the mRNA experimental gene therapies falsely labeled as vaccines.
So how in the heck is herpes a side effect of gene therapy? Scientists in Israel identified six cases in a new study of patients developing a skin rash known as herpes zoster, or shingles, after receiving the Pfizer vaccine, according to a study in the Rheumatology journal.
The mainstream media is saying that this side effect, much like the blood clots from the Johnson and Johnson “vaccine” is “rare.” Obviously, the rulers need more people to take these shots.
Herpes zoster starts off as a small, itchy skin rash, but if left untreated, it could cause nerve damage and pain, the Jerusalem Post reported. This can include a prolonged burning sensation on the skin even after the rash disappears.
Researchers from Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center and Carmel Medical Center in Haifa found those with autoimmune inflammatory rheumatic diseases had a higher risk of developing the herpes infection.
Out of 491 patients, six people or 1.2 percent experienced the infection, researchers said.
The six patients all have mild cases of autoimmune inflammatory rheumatic diseases and were young, though the infection is generally more common in those over the age of 50. –New York Post
While it’s being choked up to a coincidence, just like all other COVID “vaccine” reactions. But the worry is that this herpes rash appeared in young people after the first dose. “That is why we reported on it,” Dr. Victoria Furer, the lead author, told the outlet.
Five of those who developed herpes zoster did so after the first dose and the sixth got it after the second. But the mainstream media wants you to know that it’s still unclear whether the vaccine caused the cases of herpes zoster. “We cannot say the vaccine is the cause at this point,” Furer told the outlet. “We can say it might be a trigger in some patients.”