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- CDC Officially Recommends COVID Jab for Pregnant Women - Mercola May 3, 2021 (video and story)
- Pfizer and Moderna vaccines appear safe, effective during pregnancy - April 27, 2021
- COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnant and Lactating Women - JAMA Feb 2021
- Pregnancy, Postpartum Care, and COVID-19 Vaccination in 2021 - JAMA Feb 2021
- COVID-19 mRNA Shots Are Legally Not Vaccines] Mercola - Feb 9, 2021
- Involving Pregnant Individuals in Clinical Research on COVID-19 Vaccines - JAMA Feb 10
- Why Pregnant People Were Left Behind While Vaccines Moved at ‘Warp Speed’ to Help the Masses
high rates of reported miscarriage and premature births, even in CDC system which has 10x fewer reports than the system used in the EU
- "At present, all we can confidently say is that short-term harmful effects of COVID-19 vaccines are being reported at a staggering rate, and that the long-term effects are completely unknown."
- "Researchers found that 86% of pregnancies resulted in a live birth, 12.6 % resulted in spontaneous abortions, and 0.1% resulted in stillbirth. They also found that, among the live births, 9.4% were preterm, 3.2% of babies were small for their gestational age, and 2.2% had congenital anomalies."
- Unfortunately they do not state the non-vaccine rates for each of the problems
Reasoning appears to be
1) Known COVID-19 problems if pregnant
2) Seem that influenza vaccine has minimal problems during pregnancy
3) Suspect (based on ZERO data) that COVID-19 vaccines will have similar minimal problems
1) WHO recommends AGAINST vaccination while pregnant
2) Only 5% of the vaccine participants were >65, yet most COVID-19 deaths are >65
3) Vaccine trials excluded those under age 16, yet they, like pregnany women, might soon be given a COVID-19 vaccine
- By referring to COVID-19 vaccines as “vaccines” rather than gene therapies, the U.S. government is violating its 15 U.S. Code Section 41, which regulates deceptive practices in medical claims
- The mRNA injections are gene therapies that do not fulfill a single criteria or definition of a vaccine
- COVID-19 “vaccines” do not impart immunity or inhibit transmissibility of the disease.
- They only are designed to lessen your infection symptoms if or when you get infected.
- As such, these products do not meet the legal or medical definition of a vaccine
- By calling this experimental gene therapy technology a “vaccine,” they are circumventing liability for damages that would otherwise apply
- " pregnant people are at increased risk of hospitalization and have a 3-fold adjusted relative risk of needing intensive care (10.5 vs 3.9/1000 cases) and mechanical ventilation (2.9 vs 1.1/1000 cases) compared with age-matched nonpregnant individuals."
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