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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
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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