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US gives full approval to Pfizer vaccine – but at what cost?


PFIZER’S Covid-19 vaccine has become the first to receive full approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The vaccine had initially been given emergency use authorisation. Its two jabs, three weeks apart, are now fully approved for all over-16s in America.  

The move is expected to trigger vaccine mandates by employers and organisations across the country.

The vaccine remains under emergency authorisation in Britain.

An article by Vaccine Truth in TrialSite explains why this is such a bad decision by the FDA.

It says: ‘We are basically using people of the world as guinea pigs in the largest scientific clinical trial ever, a trial with no “stopping condition” due to the number of deaths caused by the vaccines. No IRB [Institutional Review Board] would allow any clinical trial to exist without a death-stopping condition. What’s even more amazing is that not a single member of the medical establishment has a problem with the lack of a death-stopping condition on the vaccine. We remember that back in 1976, the H1N1 vaccine was stopped after just 35 deaths. Today in 2021, 150,000 deaths caused by these vaccines is not even large enough to notice.’

You can read the article here.

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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