Scientists and doctors say that it is impossible for a vaccinated person to affect an unvaccinated person by proxy. Multiple fact checkers have confirmed that a vaccinated person cannot “shed” spike proteins to unvaccinated people.
There is no biological mechanism for vaccine components to “shed” to others, according to Dr. Shruti Gohil of University of California, Irvine.
A teacher in Miami falsely told students to not hug their vaccinated parents for more than five seconds due to shedding, according to The New York Times.
There is no Pfizer document that confirms the existence of “shedding,” according to gynecologist Dr. Jennifer Gunter.
“There is absolutely no biological mechanism for any COVID-19 vaccine side effects or vaccine components to shed to others,” said Dr. Shruti Gohil, the associate medical director for epidemiology and infection prevention at the University of California, Irvine.
A teacher in Miami falsely told her students not to hug their parents for more than five seconds to prevent “shedding,” which is biologically impossible, according to scientists.
In reality, it is impossible to experience any effects from being near a vaccinated person, because none of the vaccine ingredients are capable of leaving the body they were injected into.
None of the three COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the U.S. “can possibly affect a person who has not been vaccinated, and this includes their menstruation, fertility, and pregnancy,” said Dr. Jennifer Gunter, a gynecologist who has written about the vaccines, in a blog post. “Let me be very clear. The COVID-19 vaccines cannot affect anyone by proxy.”