Apology & correction thanks to a reader: I had referred previously to Dr Petousis-Harris incorrectly as an immunologist. She is an expert in the subject of vaccinology (definition at the end of the article). EWR
NZ Herald reports “The first batch of Covid-19 vaccine has arrived in New Zealand and will be given to front line workers from Saturday. The rest of the country will follow as more doses become available” Auckland University vaccines expert Dr Helen Petousis-Harris answers some of your most frequently asked questions.“
“The Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine is very safe. It has been formally tested on more than 40,000 people…”
“Despite social media and YouTube posts, there has not been a single death attributed to this vaccine.”
Is the ‘esteemed’ expert relying on the (hitherto very reliable) ‘no correlation proven’ narrative with regard to this claim? For those of us who have been carefully reading & recording, of particular note the VAERS & CDC stats, and the 1100 plus deaths and thousands of (supposedly very rare) serious side effects to date (CDC figures) this claim leaves independent researchers with jaws dropped. Is death 25 minutes post vaccine still ‘no correlation’? I personally am stuck for words.
I will simply remind folk that this new vaccine was rolled out in less than twelve months when it normally takes 7-10 years. It is still in its experimental stages and has only been approved for emergency use. This one has been developed in less than 12 months, skipping the animal testing phase, and dubbed by Brian Hooker, a Biologist, Chemist at Simpson University (US) a ‘recipe for disaster’, (video at 4 min 56 sec).
Or… perhaps you the public are the ‘animals’ being tested
… in real time?
(PS I recommend you both listen to a lecture by Dr Simone Gold on topic, and search ‘covid vaccine deaths’ and ‘covid vaccine reactions’ in ‘categories’ at the left of the news page.) Note… if you search at Bitchute.com there are many smaller clips by Dr Gold. The above link is an hour long lecture.
Note: the term vaccinologist comes from the study of vaccinology:
“A nascent field of expertise related to the creation and deployment of vaccines; the field ‘borrows’ from epidemiology, immunology, infectious disease, pediatrics, preventive medicine, public health, virology”
American Heritage Medical Dictionary
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