German man ‘willingly’ receives 217 COVID-19 vaccination shots and he is still alive


A syringe is filled with the first dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, taken on August 16, 2021. — AFP
A syringe is filled with the first dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, taken on August 16, 2021. — AFP

A 62-year-old German man got 217 COVID-19 vaccine shots of his own will in the time span of 29 months, going against the defined national vaccine recommendations.

This amount of COVID-19 shots equals an average of one jab every four days, according to CNN.

The man is said to have become a walking experiment for what happens to the immune system when it is vaccinated against the same pathogen so many times.

His “hypervaccination” did not end up in any detrimental health effects nor did they significantly improve or harm his immune system, as per a correspondence published in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases on Monday and outlined his case.

The German man who was not named due to privacy rules was found to have received 217 COVID-19 shots between June 2021 and November 2023. Out of these 217 shots, 134 were confirmed by a prosecutor and a vaccination centre documentation. Whereas, the remaining 83 were self-reported, as per the study.

“This is a really unusual case of someone receiving that many COVID vaccines, clearly not following any type of guidelines,” said Dr Emily Happy Miller, an assistant professor of medicine and of microbiology and immunology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine who did not participate in the research.

The man did not report any side effects related to the vaccine shots. Moreover, he has not contracted any COVID-19 infection to date, which was also backed by the evidence of repeated antigen and PCR testing between May 2022 and November 2023.

However, the researchers have cautioned that it’s not proven that his Covid status is actually because of his hyper vaccination regimen.


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