Safe and effective?
See also: COVID Symptoms & Sequelae
2022-10-12. Emphasis added.
When the experimental mRNA vaccines rolled out in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had an operating manual for their immunization safety teams. These teams would monitor the nation’s vaccine adverse events database. And according to their procedures, they would look for safety signals on a weekly basis by comparing the COVID vaccines against another established vaccine like one for the flu.
This methodology, called the Proportional Reporting Ratio (PRR), is the most basic layer of security against problems with the vaccine. It’s like a smoke detector. It’s not perfect, but it doesn’t have to be, because its main purpose is to raise an alert for further investigation.
The problem was that the CDC never made this analysis available to the public. So when it came out with statements like the COVID vaccines continue to be “safe and effective,” with “mild and transient symptoms,” we don’t know which datasets and methods it is using to come to this conclusion.
In this episode of Frontline Health, we look at the timeline of the CDC’s responses and false statements regarding FOIA requests. Is the agency really trying to hide documentation on their COVID-19 vaccine safety assessments?
WIND: watch the video.
Recent years and all of history show that only children and fools trust their government.