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Inadequate support: No evidence indicates that vaccination will lead to more virulent variants of the virus that causes COVID-19. The claims that vaccination will select for viral variants that can escape vaccine-induced immunity and cause more severe disease than those that evolve naturally in unvaccinated populations are unsupported.
Lacks context: Preliminary data suggest that COVID-19 vaccines very likely reduce viral transmission to some degree, contrary to Vanden Bosschen’s claim. COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at preventing disease and also confer partial protection against variants of the virus. Furthermore, COVID-19 vaccines can be reformulated if needed to match new variants.
Incorrect: Vaccines stimulate the humoral immune response without weakening innate immunity. Immunization may even enhance natural antibody response.