The cardiologist advised people to seek ‘early treatment’ for such infections rather than getting vaccinated.
Dr. Peter A. McCullough does not recommend healthy adults and children to take the fall vaccines as recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), stating that the shots are not “compelling” and because the conditions are “easily treatable.”
The CDC recommends three vaccines for Americans this fall—flu, COVID-19, and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) vaccines. Dr. McCullogh explained the low inefficacy of COVID-19 and flu vaccines in a recent interview. “Reuters is reporting and the AP press reporting [that] only 1.3 percent of Americans as of Oct. 4 have taken the COVID-19 booster. I think that’s a vote of no confidence on the COVID-19 boosters,” Dr. McCullough, a cardiologist, said in an Oct. 18 interview with the “American Sunrise” program while dismissing the need for COVID-19 vaccines.
As to the flu shots, “for the last few years, [they] have had statistically insignificant—from 0—efficacy against severe outcomes. So, flu shots don’t offer really any significant protection,” he said.