No, ‘The Lancet’ has not published a study disproving the efficacy of covid-19 vaccines

You have sent us a message ensuring that The Lancet journal has published a study which confirms that the “efficacy of the vaccine” is not “95%”, but between 0.84% and 1.3%, depending on the brand. This is MISLEADING: neither The Lancet journal has published a study about such a thing (it is about a comment signed by a group of scientists), nor is it true that in the document the data about the efficacy of the vaccines is questioned. What the document states is a datum about a different way to calculate the efficacy of the vaccines that is not static, but it varies as a function of the epidemiological situation in which the immunised person is found.

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Information for members of the International Catholic Media Consortium on Covid-19 vaccines

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