Is remdesivir increasing people’s risk of needing to be hospitalized for covid?

(Natural News) One of the known side effects of Tony Fauci’s remdesivir drug for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is that it damages the kidneys and potentially causes renal failure. Well, it turns out that end-stage renal disease (ESRD) is the greatest risk factor for “fully vaccinated” patients to experience a “breakthrough” infection.

New data compiled by Humetrix in conjunction with the Department of Defense (DoD), JAIC, and “Project Salus” reveals not only that breakthrough infections are common among the fully vaccinated, but also that ESRD greatly increases one’s risk of suffering from one.

“Risk of breakthrough hospitalization increases with time elapsed since mRNA vaccination with odds ratio increasing to 2.5 at 6 months post vaccination,” the following slide explains, also depicting other major risk factors for breakthrough infections in the fully vaccinated.

As you will notice, being Native American or Hispanic is another risk factor, as is being morbidly obese, over the age of 85, previously hospitalized, a cancer patient, on chemotherapy or an organ transplant recipient.

Watch the interview below as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, talks to health freedom attorney Thomas Renz about these and other revelations in the DoD-backed report:

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