This article seeks to provide an authoritative answer to the question;
Can the vaccine or it’s side effects be transmitted to a non-vaccinated person by a vaccinated person?
This question of course, is only asked by the so-called “anti-vaxers”. That is a derogatory term that is designed to ostracise and alienate people who have exercised their Human Right to decline to be part of an experimental medical trial – otherwise known as the COVID-19 vaccines. All four of the vaccines currently in use in Australia from Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Janssen-Cilag have provisional approval only from the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). That is; they are not yet guaranteed to be 100% medically safe or effective.
What is shedding?
Until recently most people had never heard of the term “shedding“. The term refers to a vaccinated person “shedding” or transmitting the COVID-19 vaccine (or it’s side effects) through their skin or saliva or orifices onto non-vaccinated people. There are many theories going around the internet that have caused a lot of fear around this for people who have chosen not to take these vaccines. It’s a fair question because if a person chooses not to have the vaccine, they should be safe in the knowledge that they will not only, not be exposed to the vaccine, but also avoid any adverse reactions that may come with them such as Myocarditis and Pericarditis for example, both of which are increasing at alarming rates in lock step with the vaccine rollouts.
To resolve this question, we have sought the advice of Dr. Andrew Barlcay. The following is his response to this question and is used with his written permission. Thank you Andrew.
Shedding is real but its effect is pretty minimal. The mRNA that comes with the vaccine goes to nearly all body tissues. This includes skin, gut, genito-urinary system – therefore these cells produce the spike protein. However it is in minimal amounts and for a short time. The mRNA degenerates pretty rapidly and the spike protein is pretty much removed from your body in 2 weeks. The reason it has minimal effect is because there is only a very minimal amount of it and it cannot easily enter the non-vaccinated partner. In theory a very small amount may get into the blood stream through sex but because it would be a fraction of a fraction, and would be hard to theorize that it has any effect. – Dr Andrew Barclay.
In summary, the non-vaccinated have little to fear from shedding. We hope this… pardon the pun… sheds some light on this topic!
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