Safety and long term effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccination (FOI)
Safety and long term effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccination (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 29 November 2021.
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I would like to request information on the introduction of the social credit system being introduced into the UK and other countries in Jan 2022 and how this will relate to normality moving forward especially in Jersey. Will this new normal be injection after injection if you decide you would like to keep living as is happening in other countries?
The Public Health England data does not suggest that the vaccine is safe and effective for everyone as many people are having some very bad reactions and unaccountable death rates especially amongst children and also adults which are rising by the day. Official Government reports suggest the fully vaccinated could develop Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome by the end of the year and the loss of immunity at a rate of 5% per week. Have there been long term independent studies carried out on future complications and enough full investigative autopsies to be sure that this treatment is safe? It seems negligent to only look at this in the short term, the recovery rate from this virus in healthy people is 99.8% and the wide availability of drugs that reduce the severity if properly administered at the right time has been proven to work against hospitalisation and death.
Please can you confirm that there will be no ill adverse effects due to inflammation, neurological issues, autoimmune disease, premature death or any future complications due to the administration of this experimental drug. It states on the government site that it is the pre-requisite to getting back to ’normality’ whatever that is as its rather an inconclusive word given the current circumstances.
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Data on clinical trials including animal studies are not Government of Jersey owned or administered data. This information is available in the public domain. Please also see responses to previous Freedom of Information requests. Article 23 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011 has been applied.
Evidence COVID-19 vaccinations are approved (FOI)
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