Justified & Ancient
- Sep 2, 2015
- Reaction score
On #1 if you read the article, it mentions as was also reported in the US using - you know - actual data, that the incidence of unexpected thrombosis is higher among those infected than those vaccinated (who are not sick enough to seek medical attention - always the wrench in the data for covid.)3 items on BBC site today. I think this fits on this thread but it can be moved if more suitable elsewhere.
Firstly, bearing in mind that accusations were levelled against people of them being 'anti-vax' for suggesting that there needs to be more research done as there appeared to be a link between some vaccinations and an increase in cases of thrombosis.....
"Trigger of rare blood clots with AstraZeneca jab found by scientists
The team - in Cardiff and the US - have shown in exquisite detail how a protein in the blood is attracted to a key component of the vaccine.
They think this kicks off a chain reaction, involving the immune system, that can culminate in dangerous clots."
Then we see this, that seems more like a sales pitch for the company than advice on necessity.
"People will be likely to need to have annual Covid vaccinations for many years to come, the head of Pfizer has told the BBC
Dr Albert Bourla said he thought this would be needed to maintain a "very high level of protection"."
Which then also seems to be confirmed by the report that....
As we've been reporting, the UK government has ordered another 114m vaccine doses, which will be delivered in 2022 and 2023.
The deals are for 60m additional doses of the Moderna vaccine and 54m more Pfizer/BioNTech doses.
It's important to note that these are not doses for the current booster programme - rather, they are jabs that could be used next winter and beyond.
Sorry but the cynic in me sees;
AZ - bad
Pfizer - good - need more
UK - buys more Pfizer but not AZ