A respected virologist/immunologist has written to the British Medical Journal to explain that the hepatitis of unknown origin that is both killing and causing children to have urgent liver transplants, is occurring due to the AztraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccine that was administered to millions in the UK.
A mysterious, deadly hepatitis of unknown origin is now affecting children all around the world. Public Health authorities have ruled out the common viruses that usually cause the condition, and dozens of children have required urgent liver transplants, whilst several others have sadly died.
The question on everyone’s lips though is ‘what on earth is causing this deadly outbreak of liver inflammation among children?’
A respected virologist/immunologist named Dr Ann-Cathrin Engwall has written to the British Medical Journal to explain what the mysterious cause could actually be. Her letter is printed in full below…
Adenovirus infections might cause the acute hepatitis in children observed. It is present in 70% of the affected children in comparison to SARS-CoV-2 present in only 15% .
Furthermore, SARS-CoV-2 has spread worldwide for more than two years without cases appearing earlier. Adenovirus infections do not normally cause hepatitis in healthy children suggesting that a completely new type of adenovirus might have been introduced into the human population.
The question one must ask in this case is what factors and events have occurred recently that distinguish the UK from other countries since it seems to be the origin and where most children have been affected by hepatitis with an unknown cause.
A substantial proportion of the population in the UK has received Vaxzevria which is an adenovirus vector vaccine from AstraZeneca developed by the Jenner Institute in Oxford .
The chimpanzee viral vector was selected due to the low herd immunity in the human population and originates from an adenovirus purified from the faeces of chimpanzee cubs .
The vector is genetically modified so that it cannot multiply, and genes of interest can be added. In Vaxzervria, the DNA sequence expressing the spike protein from the original Wuhan SARS-CoV-2 virus has been inserted .
Could the adenovirus vector vaccine have contributed to a new recombinant virus? Even if the virus vector does not multiply there is an obvious risk exposing such a large number of individuals that recombination with an adenovirus could occur.