‘Hypervaccinated’ German man claims he got 217 COVID shots in 29 months with no side effects

A German man who claimed to have received 217 COVID-19 vaccinations in about two-and-a-half years said he had no adverse reactions or side effects from the shots.

The 62-year-old male from Magdeburg was “hypervaccinated,” according to a report by the Lancet, which studies infectious diseases.

The study noted that the man “deliberately and for private reasons received 217 vaccinations against SARS-CoV-2 within a period of 29 months.”

The public prosecutor in Germany actually opened an investigation into the man with allegations of possible fraud, but no charges were filed. The research group said it then submitted a request through the public prosecutor to study his DNA. It is claimed that the man then “actively and voluntarily consented to provide medical information and donate blood and saliva.”

The state confirmed 130 vaccinations, and the man recorded another 108 vaccinations, which is said to have resulted in an overlap in data and a higher total.

The study also claimed that throughout the entire “hypervaccination schedule,” the man did not report any vaccine side effects and didn’t catch COVID. The study added that he repeatedly tested negative on antigen, PCR, and nucleocapsid tests.

As reported by Fox News, the man had his first Johnson & Johnson vaccine shot in June 2021. He then began receiving AstraZeneca and Moderna vaccines before ramping up his injections in January 2022 when he received vaccine shots 13 out of 14 days and often received doses in each arm. He also got a vaccine every day for the first 12 days of February 2022.

It doesn’t appear that social media users in general are too excited about the man’s claims, but a straggling group of supporters gave comments such as “Biden needs to invite this guy to be his guest for the State of the Union Address.”

“He destroyed the arguments of vaccine deniers,” another X user wrote.

Declaring “no conflicts of interest,” the study stated that the man increased the quantity of “spike-specific antibodies and T cells without having a strong positive or negative effect on the intrinsic quality of adaptive immune responses.”

“While we found no signs of SARS-CoV-2 breakthrough infections in HIM to date, it cannot be clarified whether this is causally related to the hypervaccination regimen. Importantly, we do not endorse hypervaccination as a strategy to enhance adaptive immunity,” the study concluded.

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