COVID-19 Vaccination

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby chrissyg » Sat Dec 12, 2020 5:18 pm

We do with viruses all the time. That IS normal, and this one wont go completely, like the flu. But the other viruses dont cause this worldwide problem and if everyone has vaccinations then i can certainly see a future where we can go where we want, see who we want,and be able to hug our relatives again.
Re global climate the lockdowns did have an environmental impact but it was a very tiny amount of time in the grand scheme of things.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Kamisiana » Sat Dec 12, 2020 5:21 pm

Kilkis wrote:The only significant risk that has been taken with any of the current vaccines is financial.

In normal times nobody would significantly finance the development of a vaccine until there was some evidence it would work. This time dozens of candidate vaccines received funding, both commercial and public, with very little evidence at all just some solid ideas.

In normal times nobody would move through the different phases before the previous phases were full evaluated. This time, once safety was established and some evidence that it might succeed, the decision to move to the next phase was taken.

In normal times it would take an inordinate length of time to recruit enough volunteers to participate in trials. Because of the world wide threat of this pandemic and the damage it was obviously causing to both public health and worldwide economies volunteers were recruited at a rate far higher than usual. High enough to run many trials in parallel

In normal times the numbers of active cases and their density in the general population would be so low that it would take a long time for enough people to became infected either in the vaccine group or the placebo group. That means that it normally takes a very long time before the trials have enough cases to evaluate how efficacious the vaccine is. This time the intensity of the spread of the disease is so high cases are produced very quickly and hence the efficaciousness of the vaccine can be evaluated more quickly.

In normal times nobody would start manufacturing a vaccine until it had been through all the trials and obtained approval. Because of the urgency, manufacturing started as soon as the formulation of the vaccine was known and very early trials showed that it had a good chance of succeeding.

In normal times regulators would not start evaluating data until trials were complete and all data presented. This time regulators engaged with the vaccine manufacturers at an early stage and carried out some evaluation in parallel with each stage.

If in the end any vaccine failed because it was shown to be unsafe or not to be efficacious in large scale trials then all that money, time and energy would have been wasted. That was the risk and that is what allowed the process to move quickly. The evaluation of risk to health and efficaciousness has been just as thorough as any other trial. That is scientific reality.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby TweetTweet » Tue Dec 15, 2020 5:30 pm

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Celeste McGovern’s special report, “A Long Shot,” in the July/August edition of WDDTY explained succinctly some of the challenges facing the global effort to prepare a vaccine that Bill Gates would like to see delivered to “almost every person on the planet.”

As the world’s population has become so accustomed to pharmaceutical solutions to our health woes—and lives have been so greatly disrupted by government-mandated COVID-19 containment strategies—it’s no wonder so many are desperate for this self-styled silver vaccine bullet.

Human nature also dictates that most of us prefer to opt for a simple solution rather than grapple with complex ones that involve doing lots of things, including taking responsibility for your own health and the function of your immune system. What could be easier than rolling up your sleeve?

On top of that, it looks even more attractive when dressed up in nonprofit clothes: the world’s first-ever global cooperation initiative between vaccine developers in universities, vaccine companies, governments and international agencies, including the World Health Organization—and all for the public good.

Frankly, it sounds too good to be true, especially once you start to look beneath the surface and consider all the things we don’t know. There is huge uncertainty in delivering all of this.

In our short (25 minute) film, The Uncertain Promise of a Covid Vaccine: What We’re Not Being Told, we at the Alliance for Natural Health identify 15 key things we think everyone should know before we’re given the choice to get vaccinated. Here are the bare bones:


•Will vaccines be needed? Could the virus burn out before vaccines are ready?


•Will the vaccines work? We need proper efficacy studies. Even normal Phase I to III studies that take several years haven’t accurately predicted effectiveness in the real world. What about mutations?


•Will the vaccines be safe? How can you tell in the space of a few months if the vaccine increases the risk of autoimmune diseases, autism or Alzheimer’s?


•How will the commercial vaccines be made? It’s highly likely that genetic engineering technology will be used. For example, the mRNA vaccines that rely on the body being instructed to produce copies of virus proteins. Are you OK with that ethically? Will you be told if your vaccine is genetically engineered?


•When will vaccines be released? It could be as early as the start of 2021.


•What will be added to help activate and preserve the vaccine? Aluminum, a nerve poison, is a likely adjuvant.


•What will be the exact composition of each vaccine? Will there be any residues from animal tissues or contaminants?

•How many need to be vaccinated? Bill Gates wants nearly everyone vaccinated, the World Health Organization is suggesting 70 percent of the global population, but some scientists suggest as little as 20 percent herd immunity from naturally acquired infections can hold the virus in check, as it does with another coronavirus, the one causing the common cold.

•How many commercial vaccines will be released? Most pundits are suggesting at least two.


•How many doses will be needed or recommended for different population groups? It’s likely from experience with previous coronavirus vaccines (SARS, MERS) that immunity won’t last much more than 12 months in most people, so annual vaccination is likely to be recommended. There may even be a need for boosters.

•What delivery systems will be used? Prefilled single-dose syringes, single or multidose vials, nasal spray and micropatches are some of the options being considered.


•Will the data be transparent? Not unless we raise a stink! They may be talking about trying to be transparent—but let them answer these 15 questions and then let’s think about calling the approach transparent.


•Will vaccination be mandatory, or will rights be affected for those not vaccinated? We just don’t know. The chances are that some countries or states will likely take the mandatory route.


•Will the public be informed about vaccine industry indemnity and compensation claims for those injured? They haven’t been before—so let’s make it happen this time. What have they been trying to hide from us?


•Who will gain financially from mass vaccination? They may call it nonprofit, but that’s only in the short-term. The likes of Bill Gates are set to make billions if COVID-19 vaccines are added to the vaccination schedule in most countries.

COVID-19 vaccination is likely to be the biggest mass-medication program ever unleashed on the public. We have a right to know the inside track on what’s really going on. Let’s demand vaccine transparency. You can find out more about this issue on our website, http://www.anhinternational.org.

There and on our YouTube channel, you’ll also find our short film, The Uncertain Promise of a Covid Vaccine: What We’re Not Being Told. Furthermore, you can download a copy of our Vaccine Transparency Manifesto and send it to your elected representatives, asking them to get behind it—for the true good of the public.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby evansmr1 » Tue Dec 15, 2020 6:03 pm

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Keltz » Tue Dec 15, 2020 7:32 pm

TweetTweet wrote:COVID-19 vaccination is likely to be the biggest mass-medication program ever unleashed on the public. We have a right to know the inside track on what’s really going on. Let’s demand vaccine transparency.


Your post is a long list of meaningless nonsense wrapped up in a mistaken appearance of sensible words.

Ignore conspiracies and deal in facts but remember a vaccine is needed that we will be taking it. Like it or not. For me personally it is all about timing of when that should happen.

Here is something that can be discussed all it takes is some verifiable knowledge by established experts in their field both book and online.

This disease has a direct link to economic stability and has come at a time when global capitalism has stalled where new markets are difficult to find.

The effect of this is most clearly evident where the most wealthy business owners are now measured in Billions as they consolidated their wealth instead of redistributing it to open new markets across the world creating prosperity from the top down.

Over the last couple of decades, a push to more aggressive form of capitalism, Neoliberalism, a form of free market capitalism that favors greatly reduced government spending, deregulation, globalization, free trade, and privatisation, has been threatened by Global Warming pushing back on the powers and profits of Oil wars.

The question; is Global Healthcare the 21st major global market and instead of the top down model of Capitalism being employed to control populations through trickle down effect of wealth, we become dependent on compliance to authorities, as non-compliance such as refusing this and the next virus controlling vaccine may see us vilified by our neighbours for potential harm to others with the possibility of being excluded from public events where proof of inoculation is required.

I would agree closer scrutiny of this Global push to vaccinate everyone should be transparent although quite a difficult thing to do when companies are competing and the main source of everyday information is in the control of Billionaire media moguls.

I would also point out that Bill Gates predicted this virus 5 years ago and in a recent interview said he thought the vaccine would be rolled out to the wealthy Western countries in 2021 and the poorer countries in 2022. You just have to judge if he is a caring philanthropist, an astute Billionaire businessman or a pragmatic realist.

I suspect he has all those faces.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Kamisiana » Tue Dec 15, 2020 7:57 pm

This is turning into a mash up of (The Lunatics Have Taken Over the Asylum) and (The Nutty professor) :lol: :wink:
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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby TweetTweet » Tue Dec 15, 2020 9:06 pm

Your post is a long list of meaningless nonsense wrapped up in a mistaken appearance of sensible words.

Perhaps you can answer the posed questions?

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby TweetTweet » Tue Dec 15, 2020 9:06 pm

evansmr1 wrote:Following Tweet Tweets rave

TOTAL CRAP


Clearly you are a little bit stupid.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Jean » Tue Dec 15, 2020 11:39 pm

TweetTweet wrote:
evansmr1 wrote:Following Tweet Tweets rave

TOTAL CRAP


Clearly you are a little bit stupid.

Fortunately we have you to raise the level of this forum

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Kilkis » Tue Dec 15, 2020 11:43 pm

Answers in red as requested.

TweetTweet wrote:•Will vaccines be needed? Yes Could the virus burn out before vaccines are ready? No


•Will the vaccines work? Yes We need proper efficacy studies. We have them Even normal Phase I to III studies that take several years haven’t accurately predicted effectiveness in the real world. Yes they have What about mutations? Either the vaccine works as is, most probable outcome, or we re-engineer periodically like flu vaccines.


•Will the vaccines be safe? How can you tell in the space of a few months if the vaccine increases the risk of autoimmune diseases, autism or Alzheimer’s? Because it's been tested on tens of thousands of people.


•How will the commercial vaccines be made? Using the same production methods as used to produce trial samples but scaled up. It’s highly likely that genetic engineering technology will be used. For example, the mRNA vaccines that rely on the body being instructed to produce copies of virus proteins. Are you OK with that ethically? Yes Will you be told if your vaccine is genetically engineered? The information is published on each vaccine type


•When will vaccines be released? Already in the UK. Just started today in the USA. After EMA approval for Greece. Probably by 29 December or possibly 23 December. It could be as early as the start of 2021. Sooner in some countries later in others.


•What will be added to help activate and preserve the vaccine? Aluminum, a nerve poison, is a likely adjuvant. As far as I know mRNA vaccines do not employ an adjuvant/


•What will be the exact composition of each vaccine? Will there be any residues from animal tissues or contaminants? No or at least not in any meaningful amounts. Quality control of production is part of the vaccine approval process. Each batch is independently tested.

•How many need to be vaccinated? Bill Gates wants nearly everyone vaccinated, the World Health Organization is suggesting 70 percent of the global population, but some scientists suggest as little as 20 percent herd immunity from naturally acquired infections can hold the virus in check, as it does with another coronavirus, the one causing the common cold. The 70 % figure is based on an R0 of about 3. IF 70 % are immune Reff drops just below 1 and the virus cannot accelerate. A higher figure would be better. The 20 % figure is based on the hypothesis that a small number of people do most of the spreading. Empirical evidence demonstrates that it doesn't work. R0 = 3 is an average across the population and hence takes into account that some spread more than others.

•How many commercial vaccines will be released? Most pundits are suggesting at least two. I would guess more than that. I think EMA and MHRA are assessing at least 4 then there are vaccines being developed elsewhere in the world. The Russian vaccine is already in use and I think there are several being developed in China.


•How many doses will be needed or recommended for different population groups? It’s likely from experience with previous coronavirus vaccines (SARS, MERS) that immunity won’t last much more than 12 months that's clever since there are currently no vaccines for SARS or MERS in most people, so annual vaccination is likely to be recommended. There may even be a need for boosters. All the current candidates require 2 doses initially with some, i.e. 2/3/4, weeks in between. We will only know if annual boosters are needed when a large number of people have been vaccinated.

•What delivery systems will be used? Prefilled single-dose syringes, single or multidose vials, nasal spray and micropatches are some of the options being considered. The ones being used now are vials. I am not certain if they are single dose or multi dose. It may vary from vaccine to vaccine.


•Will the data be transparent? Yes. Peer reviewed papers are starting to be published. Not unless we raise a stink! They may be talking about trying to be transparent—but let them answer these 15 questions and then let’s think about calling the approach transparent.


•Will vaccination be mandatory, or will rights be affected for those not vaccinated? We just don’t know. The chances are that some countries or states will likely take the mandatory route. As far as I am aware in the UK, the EU and the USA vaccination will be voluntary. It is possible that some restrictions may be placed on non-vaccinated people in some countries. That is up to individual governments to decide.


•Will the public be informed about vaccine industry indemnity and compensation claims for those injured? Yes. It may be different in different countries and depends on the regulatory regime. The UK has decided to indemnify the manufacturers and use a government compensation scheme for anyone who is damaged. They haven’t been before The UK has used the same scheme for previous vaccines—so let’s make it happen this time. What have they been trying to hide from us?


•Who will gain financially from mass vaccination? They may call it nonprofit, but that’s only in the short-term. The likes of Bill Gates are set to make billions if COVID-19 vaccines are added to the vaccination schedule in most countries. Bill Gates does not manufacture vaccines so I am not sure how he will make a profit? He makes donations to vaccine manufacturers to assist them to develop vaccines and he makes donations to the WHO so those vaccines can be made available to poor countries.

COVID-19 vaccination is likely to be the biggest mass-medication program ever unleashed on the public. We have a right to know the inside track on what’s really going on. Let’s demand vaccine transparency. You can find out more about this issue on our website, http://www.anhinternational.org.

There and on our YouTube channel, you’ll also find our short film, The Uncertain Promise of a Covid Vaccine: What We’re Not Being Told. Furthermore, you can download a copy of our Vaccine Transparency Manifesto and send it to your elected representatives, asking them to get behind it—for the true good of the public.


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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Keltz » Wed Dec 16, 2020 10:44 am

TweetTweet wrote:Your post is a long list of meaningless nonsense wrapped up in a mistaken appearance of sensible words.

Perhaps you can answer the posed questions?


Good. We are talking at the same level now. If you want to know such searching questions on the vaccination of Covid-19 I would suggest you go to the established sources of medical and governmental opinion and knowledge.

Asking a random bunch of people on a public forum for such answers is unreliable and not necessarily accurate other than to give a layman opinion.

Being a public forum I would not want to risk influencing anyone’s decision or appear to address their concerns based on well intentioned but possibly flawed knowledge or misconceptions on such an important issue.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Kilkis » Wed Dec 16, 2020 11:35 am

Keltz wrote:...Good. We are talking at the same level now. If you want to know such searching questions on the vaccination of Covid-19 I would suggest you go to the established sources of medical and governmental opinion and knowledge...


I agree. All the answers I gave above in red were taken directly from recognised medical web sites. They are based on hard science not conspiracy theory/pseudo science.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Keltz » Wed Dec 16, 2020 12:00 pm

Good to hear Warwick.

Take-up of the vaccine is about trust and transparency in my opinion. With 24 rolling news available people are more likely to be influenced by changing events, sometimes conflicting views are expressed as political points to open up transparency but may seem worrying as we try to see our way through this virus.

A typical example was said yesterday in Westminster'

"Hancock told Whitford, a consultant surgeon with nearly four decades in medicine, to “go back [and] study the details” after she cited a scientific study raising concerns around the efficacy of certain Covid tests.

Whitford had asked why the UK Government was preparing to spend £43 billion on tests which only have around a 50% accuracy rate, a question to which Hancock gave “one of his more aggressively egregious, rude, dismissive, and patronising responses”."

That raises 2 questions, is the testing robust enough albeit referring only to "certain" unspecified tests, and is the government misappropriating public money on an industrial scale that questions their priorities on vaccine rollout as it is known for example the UK government put around £40 million into the Pfizer vaccine research whereas Germany put in nearly half a billion Euros to speed up research.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby Kilkis » Wed Dec 16, 2020 2:43 pm

"Accuracy" is a difficult term to interpret and depends on the situation in which you are doing the test. Scientists prefer the terms "Sensitivity" and "Specificity". Unfortunately there is no absolute test against which you can compare any real world test. In the case of PCR you can increase the "Sensitivity", i.e. you get less false negatives, by increasing the number of cycles but that reduces the "Specificity", i.e. you get more false positives.

Suppose you are testing a hospital population of 10,000 patients who have been admitted with COVID symptoms so a large percentage actually have the disease, say 90 %. Suppose the test gives 95 % "Sensitivity" and 95 % "Specificity". In reality there are 9,000 patients with the disease and 1,000 who don't. Of the 9,000 who do you would pick up 95 %, because of the 95 % "Sensitivity, so 8,550 true positives. From the 1,000 who don't have the disease you would pick up 5 % as positive, because of the 95 % "Specificity", so 50 false positives. That's a total of 8,600 positive results of which 8,550 are correct so you could present the predictive accuracy as 100*8,550/8,600 = 99.4 % predictive accuracy.

Suppose you now take the same test with the same "Sensitivity" and "Specificity" and use it to do mass testing in a population where only 5 % actually have the disease and again test 10,000 people. This time only 500 are really positive and 9,500 are negative. The test would pick up 95 % of the 500 positive cases as positive so 475, due to "Sensitivity". It would also pick up 5 % of the 9,500 negative cases as positive due to "Specificity" so also 475. That is a total of 950 positive result of which only 475 are correct so a predictive accuracy of 50 %. If you do the same analysis using negative results you get a low predictive accuracy in the hospital setting, around 67.9 % and an high predictive accuracy in the low infection scenario, around 97 %.

So what is the accuracy? If you want to support the use of the test you would probably quote a 97 % predictive accuracy and if you want to rubbish the test you would quote 50 % predictive accuracy. In reality the test detected 95 % of those who were really positive.

The PCR test does have a high "Sensitivity" so it will detect a large percentage of those who really are positive. The "Specificity" is lower so it will give a somewhat higher percentage of false positives. I can't give you exact figures but the biggest factor in not detecting the virus is in the sampling. If the person taking the swab does not get a good sample then it may well test negative when the person is really positive. The second biggest factor is when in the cycle of development of the disease is the sample taken? Normally when tests are done because a person has presented with symptoms then the virus load should be high and the risk of a false negative should be low. In mass testing, however, the person might be in an early phase of the disease, before peak infectiousness, or in a late phase, after peak infectiousness, and in both cases the viral load could be low. The second situation doesn't really matter because those people are getting less infectious every day. The first situation is important, which is why repeat testing after a few days is often carried out.

Arguing exact accuracy figures for a test is like arguing how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. Pragmatically whatever the exact accuracy of the test currently is we know that increased positive tests leads to increased hospitalisation which in turn leads to increased ICU admissions which in turn leads to increased intubations and increased deaths. They are real people in beds or possibly eventually in coffins. That is true all over the world. Everything else is a distraction.

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination

Postby TweetTweet » Mon Dec 28, 2020 11:45 am

https://www.westonaprice.org/

COVID-19 VACCINES IMPORTANT POINTS

MINOR IMPACT: Vaccine manufacturers claim that Covid-19 vaccines are 95 percent “effective,” but the FDA is allowing companies to define effectiveness as “prevention of mild symptoms.” The studies are not designed to detect a reduction in outcomes such as severe illness, hospitalization or death.1,2 For individuals who develop severe symptoms, the vaccine is not a remedy. Instead, nutritional and oxidative support can help keep the illness from going into “overdrive.”3

EXPECT ADVERSE REACTIONS: Participants in every Covid-19 vaccine trial have reported adverse reactions including high fever, chills, muscle pains and headaches.4-6 Some have even reported severe reactions that required hospitalization and invasive treatment. According to the FDA, potential long-term effects may include Guillain-Barré syndrome, brain swelling, muscle weakness and paralysis, convulsions and seizures, stroke, narcolepsy, shock, heart attack, autoimmune disease, arthritis and joint pain, multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, and death.7 Some UK health workers have experienced anaphylactic shock after receiving one dose of the approved vaccine.8

WON’T PREVENT COVID-19: An FDA Pfizer briefing paper published December 10, 2020 revealed 43 percent more suspected cases of Covid-19 in the vaccinated group than in the placebo group within seven days of vaccination.9

NO LIABILITY: Covid-19 vaccine manufacturers will be protected from all liability—if you are injured, you cannot sue.10 Manufacturers will have complete indemnity even though all previous attempts at creating coronavirus vaccines caused harm and never advanced to regulatory approval.11

WILL NOT END RESTRICTIVE MEASURES: Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health acknowledges that the vaccines may prevent symptoms but will not block spread of the virus, so vaccine recipients will still need to wear masks, practice social distancing and avoid crowds.12,13

NOT NECESSARY: According to the CDC’s current best estimate, the “infection fatality rate” (IFR) for Covid-19 is less than 1 percent for people age 69 and younger, including a .003 percent IFR for children and adolescents.14

COULD MAKE YOU STERILE: Two prominent doctors, including the ex-head of Pfizer’s respiratory research, warn that Covid-19 vaccines contain a spike protein called syncytin-1, vital for the formation of the placenta.15 If the vaccine triggers an immune response to this protein, then female infertility, miscarriage or birth defects could result.

1. Doshi P. Will covid-19 vaccines save lives? Current trials aren’t designed to tell us. BMJ. 2020;371:m4037. https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4037.

2. Haseltine WA. Covid-19 vaccine protocols reveal that trials are designed to succeed. Forbes, September 23, 2020. https://www.forbes.com/sites/williamhas ... a0663d5247.

3. Brownstein D, Ng R, Rowen R et al. A novel approach to treating COVID-19 using nutritional and oxidative therapies. Science, Public Health Policy, and the Law. 2020;2:4-22. https://ozonewithoutborders.ngo/wp-cont ... vid-19.pdf.

4. Jackson LA, Anderson EJ, Rouphael NG et al. An mRNA vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 – preliminary report. New England Journal of Medicine. 2020;383(20):1920-1931. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2022483.

5. Allen A, Szabo L. NIH “very concerned” about serious side effect in coronavirus vaccine trial. Scientific American, September 15, 2020. https://www.scientificamerican.com/arti ... ine-trial/.

6. Mayer A. Leading COVID vaccine candidates plagued by safety concerns. The Defender, November 13, 2020. https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defe ... _term=home. .

7. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee, October 22, 2020 Meeting Presentation, slide #16. https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/covid ... ons-possi1.

8. Reals T. U.K. warns against giving Pfizer vaccine to people prone to severe allergic reactions. CBS News, December 9, 2020. https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/covid- ... tions/#app.

9. https://www.fda.gov/media/144245/download, page 42.

10. Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act. COVID-19 PREP Act Declarations. https://www.phe.gov/Preparedness/legal/ ... fault.aspx.

11. Lyons-Weiler J. Pathogenic priming likely contributes to serious and critical illness and mortality in COVID-19 via autoimmunity. Journal of Translational Autoimmunity. 2020;3:100051. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7142689/.

12. Khemlani A. Fauci: Early COVID-19 vaccines will only prevent symptoms, not block the virus. Yahoo! Finance, October 26, 2020. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/fauci-va ... 51568.html.

13. Scipioni J. Dr. Fauci says masks, social distancing will still be needed after a Covid-19 vaccine—here’s why. CNBC, November 16, 2020. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/16/fauci-w ... ccine.html.

14. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. COVID-19 pandemic planning scenarios. Updated September 10, 2020. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nc ... arios.html.

15. Petition/motion for administrative/regulatory action regarding confirmation of efficacy end points and use of data in connection with the following clinical trials. Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg and Dr. Michael Yeadon, petitioners. Filed with European Medicines Agency, December 1, 2020. https://healthimpactnews.com/wp-content ... hibits.pdf.


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