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Primary COVID-19 Vaccine Topics
COVID-19 Vaccine Controversies
Nearly every aspect of COVID-19 research and administration has been controversial.
EU Watchdog Pfizer Connection
Daily Mail - January 28, 2022 EU watchdog accuses Ursula von der Leyen of 'maladministration' and orders her to hand over secret texts she sent to Pfizer's CEO during efforts to buy 1.8 billion Covid jabs
An official EU watchdog has slammed Ursula von der Leyen for keeping secret text messages with Pfizer's CEO about purchasing Covid vaccine doses, saying it 'constituted maladministration'.
The EU ombudsman, Emily O'Reilly, issued a formal recommendation telling von der Leyen's office to search for and hand over the texts under a freedom of information request lodged by a journalist.
In April last year, the New York Times revealed that EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla had exchanged text messages and calls about vaccine procurements for EU countries. More than half the doses the commission has bought or optioned are sourced from BioNTech-Pfizer, making it by far the biggest supplier to the bloc's inoculation efforts.
The commission refuses to divulge key aspects of its contracts with Covid vaccine suppliers, notably on pricing, citing commercial confidentiality.
Last year, there was a mad scramble to secure vaccines, with the EU and the UK coming to blows over contracts with the major pharmaceutical companies.
While Britain was able to get on top of their world-beating vaccine rollout and administer 20 million jabs within a few weeks of the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines being approved, EU leaders lagged behind in implementing a vaccine plan.
Brussels chiefs were furious at AstraZeneca for promising the UK first deliveries of its vaccine supplies, claiming it has reneged on its deal with the bloc.
Countries such as France and Germany then went back-and-forth about whether to rollout the AstraZeneca jab, which sowed doubts among the public and led to a low uptake of the vaccines. 1)
COVID Vaccines FAQ
- Oct 18, 2021 Hawaiian childrens' questions about the Covid-19 vaccine answered by Doctors Robert & Jill Malone. “Talk Story” was filmed October 18th, 2021 and presented by Children's Health Defense Hawai'i.
Good Clinical Practise Violations
Missing article about an AE App where you could only report predefined AEs
Good Manufacturing Practise Violations
J&J https://www.fdanews.com/articles/203177-fda-details-gmp-issues-at-emergents-bayview-plant-tells-jj-to-destroy-60-million-doses https://www.europeanpharmaceuticalreview.com/news/151700/fda-halts-covid-19-vaccine-production-at-emergent-facility/
In 2020, AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot noted in a zoom call that, “You have to know a number of people cannot be vaccinated,” referring to immunocompromised individuals, recommending for them monoclonal antibodies.2)