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COVID-19 VACCINES - P.43 in the Winter 2020-21 Issue of Dialogue, Dec., 2020
Research and links compiled by Cecile Petra, concerned citizen, Salt Spring Island, BC,regarding anticipated adverse reactions to the new covid-19 vaccines.
IN DIALOGUE, VOL. 34, NO.2, P.42
CONCERNS REGARDING THE COVID-19
Compiled by Cecile Petra, concerned citizen,
Salt Spring Island, BC, email@example.com
[EXTRACT] The United Kingdom recently began rolling out the Pfizer
Covid-19 vaccine after less than a year of study. Several other countries will
be doing the same; on Dec. 9th Canada also approved the Pfizer vaccine. Other
vaccine manufacturers such as Moderna and Astra Zeneca are waiting in the wings
for approval as well. Doctors, scientists, and lawyers are speaking out about these rushed vaccines
for many reasons:
• In the 70 years that coronaviruses have been around, there has been no coronavirus vaccine successfully brought to market
• There has never been a licensed mRNA vaccine […]
• There are serious concerns with some of the known
ingredients The UK government is expecting so many adverse responses that they tendered this urgent notice for AI software development support to track the “expected high volume of adverse reactions”: [https://tinyurl.com/tedeu291]
LINK: at TheGuardian.com: https://tinyurl.com/tg-allergic §
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