Zachary Steiber, reported on August 9, 2023, for the Epoch Times that a “growing number of leprosy cases are being reported after COVID-19 vaccination.” There has been a resurgence in leprosy cases in the United States, and 49 out of 52 people treated for leprosy at the Leprosy Clinic at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in London were vaccinated against COVID-19.
Steiber cites a study that concluded:
Vaccines for SARS-CoV-2 may provoke a T cell response. The latter poses a theoretical risk of provoking an immunological response to latent Mycobacterium leprae infection leading to clinical disease or in those with clinical disease triggering a leprosy reaction.
Read the following medical mantra claiming that, although you might get leprosy, go ahead and get vaccinated because the benefits outweigh the risks. It is the religion of Molech where the benefit to the many outweighs the harm caused to the few.
Dr. de Barros and the other UK researchers said that doctors should be aware that COVID-19 vaccination may cause leprosy but that they believe the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination “outweigh these unwanted events.” They provided no citations for the benefits of vaccination, which have dropped dramatically as newer variants have emerged and led to more nuanced recommendations in some countries.
Steiber states in passing that leprosy is also caused by other vaccines:
Other vaccines have been shown to trigger leprosy or leprosy reactions, including tuberculosis vaccines, and some people who receive repeated COVID-19 vaccinations have been shown to have weakened immune systems.
It should not be surprising that vaccines cause leprosy because vaccination is a religious superstition masquerading as medicine.