Saturday, January 23, 2021

Canada's Theresa Tam: Reports of 90 Adverse Events After Covid mRNA Therapy (Vaccine) as of January 15/21

 Pay attention to the downplaying of this too high number of adverse reactions:

680amnews

Doctor Theresa Tam says as of January 15, there have been 90 reports of adverse events following immunization.

“These include any health problems that occur following immunization but it’s not necessarily caused by the vaccine,” Tam said on Friday.

Not necessarily caused by the vaccine? Perhaps?  But the reality is these adverse reactions could very easily be caused by the vaccine. Ms Tam can't make her statement with certainty. She's employing the language of minimization. 

After the downplaying she then states

“27 of these reports is one in 22,000 doses distributed, were considered serious such as a severe allergic reaction.”

Well above the usual numbers for such reactions. With absolutely no inkling at all of any long term affects/harm from these emergency authorized injections.

 

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for this Penny. Yes, a heaping tablespoon of minimalization, a half a cup of blame the victim ["young people"] and a quart of "nothing to see here...move along.

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  2. Hi Penny: Re: PCR Test -- sorry for out of place -- but just on the off-chance you haven't come across the following:

    Public Health Lessons Learned From Biases in Coronavirus Mortality Overestimation
    Published online by Cambridge University Press: 12 August 2020

    https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/disaster-medicine-and-public-health-preparedness/article/public-health-lessons-learned-from-biases-in-coronavirus-mortality-overestimation/7ACD87D8FD2237285EB667BB28DCC6E9#

    "RT-PCR testing has been in use since the detection of the A (H5N1) influenza virus in 2005, but a serious limitation of RT-PCR testing is that nucleic acid detection is not capable of determining the difference between infective and noninfective viruses."

    Author: Ronald B. Brown
    Affiliation: School of Public Health and Health Systems, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada
    Corresponding E-mail address: r26brown@uwaterloo.ca

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