In the last few weeks there has been a lot of discussion around Pfizer not testing whether or not v stopped transmission.
In the fine print it’s true Pfizer claimed it was unclear as to the v’s effectiveness in stopping transmission. Of course this didn’t stop authorities claiming or implying it did stop transmission.
But that’s not the only thing that’s been overlooked in the fine print.
The six month supplementary Appendix reported adverse events that showed 300% more related adverse events, 75% more severe adverse events and 10% more serious adverse events in the inoculation group than the placebo group. There were more deaths in the inoculation group as well.
So when authorities claim that the vaccine reduces hospitalization and deaths what evidence are they referring to when they make this claim?
The attached report has been overlooked for far too long.