Adverse event reports showed that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are “unsafe for humans.”
Scientists and doctors discovered that the “overwhelming” number of adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccinations was cause for concern when they looked at data from the British government’s Yellow Card vaccine event reporting system.
The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) uses the Yellow Card system to track COVID-19 vaccines regularly “to ensure their benefits continue to outweigh any risks.” However, in a letter to MHRA Chief Executive Officer Dr. June Raine dated June 9, Evidence-based Medicine Consultancy (EbMC) Director Dr. Tess Lawrie detailed her group’s findings.
According to Lawrie’s letter, between Jan. 4 and May 6 of this year, 888,196 adverse events and 1,253 deaths were recorded to Yellow Card. These were not directly linked to the COVID-19 vaccine, as is VAERS data.
Despite this, the EbMC director expressed worries about the vaccine’s safety “the MHRA now has more than enough evidence … to declare the COVID-19 vaccine unsafe for use in humans,” she said, citing the Yellow Card figures.
Lawrie said: “The scope of morbidity is striking, evidencing a lot of incidents and what amounts to a large number of ill.”
According to the EbMC director, AstraZeneca supplied 60 percent or more COVID-19 vaccines in the UK, with the remaining coming from Pfizer/BioNTech.
Given that pharmacovigilance data is known to be under-reported, the letter urged the MHRA to make vaccine adverse reaction records public as soon as possible. It also asked the regulator to make it easier for people to report adverse reactions.
Lawrie ended the letter: “Preparation should be made to scale up humanitarian efforts to assist those harmed by the COVID-19 vaccines, and to anticipate and ameliorate medium to longer-term effects.
“As the mechanism for harms from the vaccines appears to be similar to COVID-19 itself, this includes engaging with numerous international doctors and scientists with expertise in successfully treating COVID-19.”
However, vaccine deaths and adverse reactions are not a cause for concern, according to an article published by The Guardian in late June 2021. It also claimed that people who died as a result of COVID-19 vaccines were proof of their effectiveness.
They wrote: “Does this mean the [COVID-19] vaccines are ineffective? Far from it, it’s what we would expect from an effective but imperfect vaccine.”