MEDFSAFE WEBSITE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS TO SAFETY OF COVID 19 VACCINE (HUMAN EXPERIMENTS)
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON MEDSAFE WEBSITE- https://www.medsafe.govt.nz/COVID-19/q-and-a-vaccine-safety.asp
Should I be getting a COVID-19 vaccine while I am pregnant?
Currently, the Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccine is the only COVID-19 vaccine available in New Zealand. There is limited data with the use of Comirnaty in pregnant women. Animal studies have not indicated direct or indirect harmful effects in pregnancy, development of the fetus or the newborn (NOTE: DOES NOT DOCUMENT HUMAN STUDIES)
What adverse effects (or events) after vaccination are doctors, nurses, DHB staff, pharmacists required to report to the Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring (CARM)?
There is no legal requirement for healthcare professionals to report adverse events following immunisation (AEFIs). However, we encourage healthcare professionals to report all AEFIs. Consumers can also report any reactions they experience to medicines and vaccines.
(NOTE: NO LEGAL REQUIREMENTS TO REPORT ADVERSE EFFECTS)
Are adverse events listed by the vaccine manufacturer in the package inserts and data sheets required to be reported to CARM?
There is no legal requirement to report adverse events. However, we encourage reporting of adverse events listed in the package inserts as well as any event that may be related to vaccination. ( NOTE: NO LEGAL REQUIREMENT )
If a patient has previously had an adverse event to a vaccine, can they receive a COVID-19 vaccine? (NOTE: AGAIN NO DIRECT ANSWER OF YES OR NO).
If a patient has previously had an adverse event to a vaccine, can they receive a COVID-19 vaccine?
Healthcare professionals should refer to the data sheet for information on contraindications to specific vaccines. These are published on our website.
(NOTE : AGAIN DOES NOT ANSWER YES OR NO )
Are the vaccines dangerous for people with previous COVID-19 infection?
The Cominarty clinical trials included people with previous COVID-19 infection. There are no known safety issues for people with previous infection. (NOTE: DOES NOT GIVE ANSWER YES OR NO)
Are the vaccines safe for children?
The Comirnaty vaccine is indicated for use in individuals aged 12 years and older. Clinical trials to assess safety and efficacy in children are ongoing. (NOTE: AGAIN NO YES OR NO ANSWER.. BUT TRIALS ARE STILL ONGOING… AS ARE THE HUMAN EXPERIMENTS ON OUR CHILDREN)
Are the vaccines safe for people with immunodeficiency or autoimmune conditions?
Refer to the vaccine’s Data Sheet or Consumer Medicine Information (CMI). (NOTE: STILL NO..YES OR NO ANSWERS)
What studies have Medsafe done to ensure the vaccine is safe for general use?
Medsafe does not conduct studies. Medsafe reviews the data submitted by the pharmaceutical company, including clinical trial data. (NOTE:- THEY DO NOT DO THEIR OWN TRIALS… NOTHING IS TRANSPARANT)
What is an acceptable number of side effects?
We encourage healthcare professionals and consumers to report any suspected side effect to a COVID-19 vaccine. For this reason, and because so many people will be receiving a vaccine, we expect many side effects to be reported.
Receiving large numbers of reports also indicates that the reporting system is working and easy to use.
Note that the cause of death is investigated and determined by the coroner, not by CARM or Medsafe. See the Coronial Services website (NOTE: DO NOT GIVE AN ANSWER AS TO ACCEPTABLE NUMBER OF SIDE EFFECTS..HOWEVER THEY WILL SEE AND THERE HAVE BEEN MANY MORE SERIOUS SIDE EFFECTS AND MORTALITIES)
ALSO PLEASE NOTE 5 -6 YEARS BACKLOG WITH INVESTIGATIONS IN CORONERIAL SERVICES.