COVID-19 Vaccine – Know the Facts
• The COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective. It has been tested in clinical trials with thousands of people to make sure it works and is safe.
• The vaccine will help protect you from getting sick with COVID-19. It may also help keep you from spreading the virus to others.
• You should get the vaccine as soon as it’s available to you. Talk to your doctor or healthcare provider about when and where you can get vaccinated.
• Getting vaccinated is important for everyone, including those who are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, such as older adults and people with certain medical conditions.
• The vaccine does not give you COVID-19 or any other disease. It cannot change your DNA or make you test positive on a viral test for COVID-19.
• Side effects from the vaccine are usually mild and go away in a few days. Common side effects include pain, redness, swelling, fever, chills, tiredness, headache, muscle aches, nausea, and vomiting.
• If you have questions about the safety or effectiveness of the vaccine, talk to your doctor or healthcare provider before getting vaccinated.
KNOW THE FACTS
- LITTLE BENEFIT: Vaccine manufacturers claim that the Covid-19 vaccine is 95 percent â€œeffective.â€ Manufacturers can make this claim because the FDA is allowing the manufacturers to define effectiveness as â€œprevention of mild symptoms.â€ Their efficacy studies have not demonstrated that the vaccine causes a reduction in severe illness, hospitalization or death.[1,2]
- SEVERE ADVERSE REACTIONS: Participants in every Covid-19 vaccine trial have reported adverse reactions including high fever, chills, muscle pains and head-aches.[3,4] Some have even reported severe reactions that required hospitalization and invasive treatment. According to the FDA, potential long-term effects may include Guillain-BarrÃ© syndrome, brain swelling, muscle weakness and paralysis, convulsions and seizures, stroke, narcolepsy, shock, heart attack, autoimmune disease, arthritis and joint pain, multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, and death. Some UK health workers have experienced anaphylactic shock after receiving one dose of the approved vaccine.
- WILL NOT PREVENT INFECTION: Senior health officials, including Canadaâ€™s Dr. Teresa Tam and United Statesâ€™ Dr. Anthony Fauci have publicly acknowledged that the COVID vaccine may not preventÂ infection or transmission of the virus. An FDA Pfizer briefing paper published December 10, 2020 revealed 43 percent more suspected cases of Covid-19 in the vaccinated group than in the placebo group within seven days of vaccination.
- NO LIABILITY:Â COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers are protected from all liability. This means, if you are injured, you cannot sue the manufacturer. COVIDâ€“19 vaccine manufacturers have been granted complete indemnity even though all previous attempts to create a coronavirus vaccine resulted in significant harms and therefore were never given regulatory approval.
- WILL NOT END RESTRICTIVE MEASURES: Public health authorities continue to promote the vaccine even though public health experts acknowledge that no data exists that the vaccine will prevent infection or transmission of the virus. Vaccine recipients will still be required to wear masks, practice social distancing and avoid crowds.[10,11]
- VACCINE NOT NECESSARY: According to the CDCâ€™s best estimate of disease severity of Covid-19, the rate of survival for those in the age group of 0 – 19 years is 99.99%; for those 20 -49 years it’s 99.98%; and for those 50 – 69 years it’s 99.5%. With these extremely high rates of survival, how is a Covid-19 vaccine justified or necessary for the majority of the Canadian population?
- RISK OF INFERTILITY: Medical experts have warned that Covid-19 vaccines contain a spike protein called syncytin-1, vital for the formation of the placenta. Female infertility, miscarriage or birth defects could result if the vaccine triggers an immune response to this protein.
Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes and is not intended as legal, health or medical advice.