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Pharmafiles News Weekend Roundup🍍 September 10, 2023 🍍 German Study Finds Increased Sickness Among Healthcare Workers After COVID-19 Vaccination
Increased insurance payouts post-vaccination, MSM gaslights population, unredacted Pfizer contract, Izumiotsu City stops recommending vaccines.
Greetings and Happy Sunday to everyone!
🍍 Pandemic of the Vaccinated!
As we kick off this weekends roundup, our attention is drawn to a recently published study found in the journal of Public Health, titled "Inability to work following COVID-19 Vaccination." This study sheds light on alarming data related to the effects of COVID-19 vaccinations on healthcare workers. In a meticulous analysis, the study examined instances of sick leave and medication usage among a group of 1,704 healthcare professionals in Germany following their initial, secondary, and tertiary COVID vaccine doses.
Among the 1,704 healthcare workers included in the study, 595 individuals (34.9%) experienced sick leave following at least one COVID-19 vaccination, resulting in a cumulative total of 1,550 sick days. Both the absolute number of sick days and the proportion of healthcare workers on sick leave showed a significant increase with each successive vaccination.
Additionally, the study examined data on the use of over-the-counter (OTC) medication after receiving different doses of COVID-19 vaccines. It discovered a dramatic rise in the use of OTC medication after the second and third dose, regardless of whether Pfizer's or Moderna's mRNA vaccines were administered.
I suppose this is what they refer to as the "Pandemic of the Vaccinated!"
🍍 Insurance Data showing increased payouts post vaccination.
The German data is not surprising. Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Japan's third-largest insurance company, revealed the number of payments made between the periods 2020-2023. It is evident that there was a sudden increase of 60% in 2022, coinciding with the time when a majority of the population had already received double or triple vaccinations.
🍍 Mainstream Media continues to gaslight the population
Yesterday, "The Sydney Morning Herald," a prominent Australian mainstream media outlet, published an article titled "We've been constantly sick": Why we can't shake the "yo-yo flu."
In the article, Bruce Willett, the Vice President of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, highlighted three potential factors contributing to sickness rates:
A variety of viruses
Limited natural immunity
Possible long COVID-19 effects
It is amusing that these experts fail to connect the dots despite the abundance of evidence. They attribute sickness to factors other than the vaccines.
Furthermore, the author of the article, Amber Schultz, herself received an AZ vaccine that was subsequently banned in Australia.
How are these people not aware that these vaccines have not undergone long-term testing to determine their effects??
🍍 Unredacted Procurement Contract between Pfizer and the government shows the Government knew and tried to hide information from public
In South Africa, a recent court order compelled the government to disclose the full procurement contract between Pfizer and themselves. The unredacted clauses did not come as a surprise to those of us who already suspected foul play in these deals.
Clause 5:5 of the Procurement Contract expressly declares the following:
"The purchaser acknowledges the current unknown nature of the long-term effects and efficacy of the vaccine, as well as the possibility of unknown adverse effects."
This clause underscores the government’s acknowledgment of their limited comprehension regarding the long-term consequences and effectiveness of the vaccine.
🍍 Izumiotsu City in Osaka, Japan have stopped recommending COVID-19 vaccines
In a glimmer of optimism, the authorities in Izumiotsu City, Osaka, made a surprising decision to withdraw their endorsement of COVID vaccines. Dr. Seiji Kojima from the Nagoya University Department of Pediatrics shares a critical concern regarding an alarming pattern: as vaccination rates increase, so does the number of COVID infections.
During a presentation, Dr. Kojima highlights, "The more newly infected people are vaccinated, the higher their likelihood of contracting the coronavirus." Watch the video below for further insights.
Signing off for now!
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