Dr. Kelly Victory, a residency-trained trauma and emergency specialist with over 30 years of clinical experience, appeared on Ask Dr. Drew to discuss shocking COVID-19 jab booster data in young adults.
Dr. Victory first explained to Dr. Drew that the experimental injections have negative efficacy for all age brackets.
“In all ages, it is negative efficacy. Your risk of contracting COVID is higher the more vaccinated you are,” Dr. Victory explained.
She noted what’s still unknown is the effects the shots have on overall immunity.
Dr. Victory later discussed a new study that looked at, for the first time that she’s aware of, the risk-benefit calculation for 18-29 year-olds in regards to COVID-19 boosters.
It addressed the ethical issue of ongoing COVID-19 jab mandates for school and the military.
“That study showed that for every 1 hospitalization that is avoided in an 18-29 year-old, you could anticipate based on CDC data anywhere from 18-98 serious adverse events,” Dr. Victory stated.
“A serious adverse event in this study was defined as something that resulted in death, near death, hospitalization, or permanent disability.”
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Dr. Kelly Victory’s full bio on earlycovidcare.org:
Dr. Kelly Victory is a residency-trained trauma and emergency specialist with over 30 years of clinical experience. She is an expert in disaster preparedness and response and medical management of mass casualties. Dr. Victory is an alumnus of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative by the Harvard School of Public Health and the Kennedy School of Government to develop “meta-leaders” for national disaster preparedness and response, and served as a member of the Leadership Council at Harvard School of Public Health for many years. Dr. Victory has worked with a range of public and private organizations including companies, hospitals, schools, churches and municipalities on public health issues including disaster and pandemic preparedness and response.
Dr. Victory teaches “Active Shooter Rapid Response and Extraction” and “Leadership in Times of Crisis” for first responders, community leaders and organizations, aimed at limiting casualties, improving outcomes, enhancing resiliency and coordinating emergency response efforts. Dr. Victory has been a consistent and vocal proponent of aggressive early outpatient treatment for COVID-19, as well as a cautious and informed, risk-based approach to COVID vaccination. She makes frequent radio and television appearances to discuss issues of public health, disasters, and preparedness and response efforts, and has been the daily voice of “The Doctor Hour” on KABC in Los Angeles throughout the pandemic. Dr. Victory holds a BS from Duke University, earned her MD from the University of North Carolina and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine and Trauma at Carolinas Medical Center.