COVID and Vaccine: It takes two to Tango

November, 6, 2022 | 2 Comments


  1. Dr Aseem Malhotra


    Josh Guetzkow

    UK: “Vaccine effectiveness for 3rd dose was negative since December 20, 2021, with a significantly increased proportion of SARS-CoV2 cases, hospitalizations and deaths among the vaccinated [compared to] the unvaccinated.”

    sandra macias
    Replying to

    I am unvaccinated and currently continue to have strong natural immunity. I am watching all my vaccinated friends repeatedly get covid. What is happening????

    Josh Guetzkow

    Replying to

    To use the technical term, their t-cells are f*cked.

    Brook Jackson 

    When we met him, COVID was a wild animal & now he is a house pet. It will continue to cause cold, fever & sore throat but, in the vast majority of cases & barring unforeseen events, it will not cause more than that.- Fernando Polack

    To use the technical term – Argentine Pfandango…

  2. UK Parliament – Last Tango in London…

    “The Government seem to be in denial about the risks of these vaccines.”
    Sir Christopher Chope

    For previous vaccines, we have had to wait for a full package and for each stage to be finished before moving on to the next stage. That is one of the reasons that the covid-19 vaccine was developed at such speed; corners were not cut, but the model was changed.

    There have been some occurrences of inflammatory heart conditions following a covid-19 vaccination, but fortunately they are incredibly rare. For Pfizer, the suspected myocarditis reporting rate is 12 reports per 1 million doses. For suspected pericarditis, including viral pericarditis and infective pericarditis, the overall reporting rate is eight reports per 1 million doses. For Moderna, that is 42 per million, and for AstraZeneca four per million.

    However, there is no evidence to prove a causal relationship between a spike in excess deaths and covid-19. I am not clinically trained…

    Pfizer and BioNTech fed the MHRA data to be assessed even before the final clinical submission in November 2020. Once it was submitted, scientific and clinical experts robustly and thoroughly reviewed it with scientific rigour, looking at all aspects, including the laboratory studies, the clinical trials and more. That included assessing the level of protection the product provides and how long that protection is provided for, as well as its safety, stability and how it needs to be stored.

    On top of that, the MHRA has a range of experts inspecting the sites used across the whole lifecycle of the vaccine, from its initial development in a lab to its manufacture and distribution once approved. The inspectors work to legislation that incorporates internationally recognised clinical standards. The MHRA seeks advice from the Commission on Human Medicines, the Government’s independent advisory body, which critically assesses the data before advising the UK Government on the safety, quality and effectiveness of any potential vaccine.

    I wish I could delve deeper into the specifics of how and why vaccines work, but we would be here all night and I do not want to duplicate the work that has been done in other debates. Nevertheless, I hope I have managed to demonstrate succinctly the rigorous scientific testing that occurs prior to a vaccine being distributed in the UK. 

    Pfizer is on the hunt for new blockbuster drugs, backed by its COVID fortune

    There are some truly naïve in UK Parliament; with Argentina, Puzzles and Figures and Fraud…

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