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US announces investigation into side effects of COVID vaccines

By Carlos Esteban

One could spend an entire afternoon listening to all the times when the political and health authorities – or a group of actors and celebrities in the campaign – have repeated to us that the vaccine was “100% effective and safe”, and the press headlines in this same sense could beat, lined up, some Guinness record.

But the story is inexorably changing.

Efficiency “officially” began to decline in a gradual gradation that would be funny if it weren’t tragic.

, US announces investigation into side effects of COVID vaccines
The CDC already acknowledges that a preliminary “safety signal” of the Covid vaccine has been identified and is now investigating whether mRNA injections elevate the risk of ischemic stroke in people 65 years and older (Photo internet reproduction)

Then came the recognition that, well, it doesn’t really stop disease transmission.

And finally, one begins to admit, in a nod to the guys in the tinfoil hats, that maybe, maybe, not all of those sudden deaths that we hear about and that mysterious excess mortality are due to climate change.

So now the famous Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the United States (CDC), which has been the benchmark for the planet on how to react to the pandemic, almost two years after the launch of the “vaccines” against Covid, they have finally decided to investigate whether or not they cause an elevated risk of strokes.

The CDC already acknowledges that a preliminary “safety signal” of the Covid vaccine has been identified and is now investigating whether mRNA injections elevate the risk of ischemic stroke in people 65 years and older.

In its statement Friday, the CDC said the preliminary signal has not been identified with Moderna’s vaccine.

“The rapid signal response investigation in the VSD raised the question of whether people over the age of 65 who received the Pfizer-BioNTech bivalent Covid-19 vaccine were more likely to have an ischemic stroke within 21 days. post-vaccination compared to days 22-44 post-vaccination,” it notes.

The CDC does not recommend a change in vaccination practice; however, they have recognized that thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) is a “rare but serious adverse event” associated with COVID vaccines.

The syndrome causes blood clots or coagulation problems that present the danger of causing a stroke.

We still have a long way to go before overcoming the global tangle of crossed interests and criminal fears from all kinds of agencies and individuals to reach a minimally plausible assessment of the vaccine.

With information from LGI

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