Monday, January 18, 2021

California Halts Covid Vaccination With Moderna “A higher-than-usual number of possible allergic reactions "

 This mRNA vaccine is clearly problematic-   Be it Pfizer or Moderna. As if the situation in Norway was not worrisome enough

Let's head southwest from my neck of the woods to California..

* California halts Moderna vaccine  “A higher-than-usual number of possible allergic reactions were reported with a specific lot of Moderna vaccine."

"California health officials have pause the administering of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine after several people reportedly had allergic reactions at one clinic.

The officials on Sunday told health care providers across the state to stop using doses from one COVID-19 vaccine lot that arrived from pharmaceutical company.

The pause affects 330,000 doses of the vaccine that have been distributed to 287 providers, who were instructed to use doses from other available vaccine inventory until an investigation is complete.

"The state has not been notified of any other cluster or individual events related to this lot," officials said.

“A higher-than-usual number of possible allergic reactions were reported with a specific lot of Moderna vaccine administered at one community vaccination clinic,” California State Epidemiologist Dr. Erica Pan told KTLA-TV.

In a news release, state health officials said: "All appeared to be experiencing a possible severe allergic reaction during the standard observation period – a type of adverse event that the CDC reports some people have experienced when receiving a COVID-19 vaccine."

"Providers of the COVID-19 vaccine should continue their routine precautions to recognize and manage allergic reactions and potential adverse events," the statement also reads.

* We know six reactions took place at one location cited below- but it's unclear if there were others.

While the state did not reveal the exact location of where the reactions were reported, six people reported allergic reactions after receiving the vaccine at the vaccine super station at Petco Park on Jan. 14. The site was briefly closed following the reports but has since reopened, as other vaccine batches were available to be administered.

Between Jan. 5-12, Department of Public Health officials said over 330,000 doses from the specific Moderna lot were distributed to 287 providers across California.

The pause on the lot is in place until an investigated conducted by the CDC, FDA, Moderna, and state health officials is complete.

I covered the news mentioned above in this post, but, at that time vaccination had not been stopped and had in fact been restarted. 

Which suggests to me there have been more reactions. So California is halting use of the batch of vaccines.  It seems doubtful to me that a bad lot is the real issue

*California urges stop to 300K vaccines after some fall ill


  1. Hi Penny:

    So now they'll be blaming it on a "bad batch" of the mRNA vaccine:

    "...330,000 doses from the specific ModeRNA lot..."

    How stupid do they think we are?


    1. Hey GC:
      I know it's sounds absurd, like they are going for any excuse at all, BUT, a claim of "bad batch" isn't a smart claim either

      Why was it bad?
      How was it bad?
      Is there a problem in the manufacturing process?
      Is the manufacturer (moderna) negligent in some way?
      How would/could that problem be remedied?
      What's the liability if Moderna was negligent
      claims of "bad batch" just leads to more questions..
      And people like you and I need to hammer that home

  2. Hi Penny:

    But an admission of a "Bad Batch" gets them off the hook, at least for the short term in the need to respond to the allegation that the entire vaccine concept is a "Bad Batch".

    It reminds me of the old political strategy of saying...we are unable to speak about that allegation because it is "before the courts".

    1. Agree with what your saying GC
      It's before the courts or taking time off to be with family
      Conveniently throwing the dogs of the hunt..
      But, We just have to alter the narrative.
      Which is what we do all the time anyway?
      btw: you keep at it GC- your doing good- a gem, is what you are :)
      (saw one of your previous posts)

    2. To be more precise, rather then fix the narrative we are correcting it

      Basing in on reality.

  3. Interestingly the headline to my very last linked news article has been changed

    The title went from "California urges stop to 300K vaccines after some fall ill " to California becomes first state to top 3 million cases

    And here I thought it was New York state that had hit that highmark.

    1. I am posting a good article from Global Research regarding the increase in deaths and serious events from this "jab."

      I also have a link to the La Jolla Institute of Research, a world class research facility in California that you may find of interest. In particular the articles (which are a couple weeks old) regarding the findings on antibodies produced in people who have recovered from covid. It would seem that those antibodies last for years.

    2. skippitydodah

      "regarding the findings on antibodies produced in people who have recovered from covid. It would seem that those antibodies last for years."

      You reminded me of a post from Nov last year

      Immunity to Coronavirus (Covid-19) May Last Years, Possibly Even Decades- No Vaccine Required.

      "How long might immunity to the coronavirus last? Years, maybe even decades, according to a new study

      Eight months after infection, most people who have recovered still have enough immune cells to fend off the virus and prevent illness, the new data show. A slow rate of decline in the short term suggests, happily, that these cells may persist in the body for a very, very long time to come.

      The research, published online, has not been peer-reviewed nor published in a scientific journal. But it is the most comprehensive and long-ranging study of immune memory to the coronavirus to date.

      “That amount of memory would likely prevent the vast majority of people from getting hospitalized disease, severe disease, for many years,” said Shane Crotty, a virologist at the La Jolla Institute of Immunology who co-led the new study.

      The findings are likely to come as a relief to experts worried that immunity to the virus might be short-lived, and that vaccines might have to be administered repeatedly to keep the pandemic under control.

      And the research squares with another recent finding: that survivors of SARS, caused by another coronavirus, still carry certain important immune cells 17 years after recovering.

      the media is pushing the idea that even if you've had covid you need the vaccine,but, that's simply absurd.

  4. I also read a very good article yesterday regarding the difference in the American and European vaccines vs the Chinese and Russian vaccines. If I'm not mistaken there is a big difference. The Chinese and Russian vaccines use the "old" method as in the use of the "dead" virus cells to stimulate the body to produce antibodies. Similar I believe, as to what we would have called a "flu" shot. It would seem that the Chinese and Russians are more trustworthy than the "Anglo Saxons." I have to find that article and I will post it if that is appropriate.

    1. Hi skippitydodah

      If you can find the article leave the link.

  5. Hi Penny. First my apologies for re-hashing the La Jolla info. Obviously I missed your November post. I've had it bookmarked for months and forgot about it until this morning. (Great minds think alike? LOL)

    Any way here is the link I mentioned. Nice explanation of the differences in the vaccines as I said. You may also while you are at that website, look for articles by a Mr. John Steppling who has some very good articles although from more of a social commentary standpoint. Very informative nonetheless.

    On we go...