Q. When the UK government squirrels sensitive information away with the intention of outflanking public oversight – in this case, MHRA regulator concerns about the Pfizer / BioNTech Covid19 gene therapy (masquerading as a vaccine) – where should we look? A. The back end of beyond

Ladies and gentlemen of the UK public, we give you … the back end of beyond…

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/940565/Information_for_Healthcare_Professionals_on_Pfizer_BioNTech_COVID-19_vaccine.pdf

Summary

Here’s the long list of regulatory concerns the UK government and UK media are choosing to avoid informing us about…

1. Vaccine not approved for under 16s

2. Vaccine not tested for interaction or contraindications with other medicines. This is particularly relevant to elderly people, 40% of whom are “polypharmacy” (taking multiple medicines) when living at home

3. Uncertain if vaccine adversely impacts fertility

4. Vaccine doesn’t have marketing authorisation

5. Vaccine should be postponed for those suffering acute severe febrile illness (sudden fever or elevation in body temperature)

6. Vaccine not recommended during pregnancy

7. Unknown if vaccine is excreted in human milk and passed on to newborns and infantsA risk to newborns and infants cannot be excluded

The United Kingdom government, in the rush to be first nation to start injecting the vaccine en masse and to get the manufacturer’s income streams moving, gave the MHRA regulator only 5 days to study and scrutinise the vaccine

About Wirral In It Together

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1 Response to Q. When the UK government squirrels sensitive information away with the intention of outflanking public oversight – in this case, MHRA regulator concerns about the Pfizer / BioNTech Covid19 gene therapy (masquerading as a vaccine) – where should we look? A. The back end of beyond

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