En een reply:quote:Op woensdag 20 januari 2021 20:20 schreef Probably_on_pcp het volgende:
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A reminder that Pfizer is still testing their vaccine according to their own documentation
Here is a link to a report published by Pfizer themselves. The report shares details about the protocol they are supposed to follow regarding the vaccine:
There is a table describing the phase 3 of the trial. The trial includes follow-up visits up to 24 months after getting the jab.
Here is another reminder that they started their trials end of July 2020:
That means their vaccine is not supposed to be ready for commercialization before August 2022, at the very least. You are a guinea pig !
You are taking the vaccine and they have no idea what happens next. Why do you think they say they cannot be held liable legally for potential damage ? I know the vaccine comes with a nice packaging, sexy nurses wearing a nice blouse, and that makes you kind of feel confident, but they literally don't know what they are doing.
Here is what the FDA says about the vaccine:
To the question : How long will the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine provide protection? the FDA answers :
Data are not yet available to inform about the duration of protection that the vaccine will provide
To the question : Is the the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine effective at reducing the severity of COVID-19? the FDA answers :
To date, only a small number of severe cases have occurred during the study, which makes it difficult to evaluate whether the vaccine reduces the severity of COVID-19
Such important questions about the vaccine they approved, and they say they don't know. Does that raise your confidence level ?
Also, check out the board of directors at Pfizer. Scott Gottlieb, for instance, served as the 23rd Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from 2017 to 2019. He joined Pfizer very shortly before covid was officially announced:
There is great potential for conflicts of interests here.