Refugees and Vaccine Side Effects

Chuck Schooner made this Official Information request to Ministry of Health

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From: Chuck Schooner

Dear Ministry of Health,

Are refugees residing in New Zealand receiving the Pfizer experimental gene therapy?
If not does the Pfizer contract the NZ Government signed preclude vaccines for refugees due to potential litigation against Pfizer as is the case overseas?

Yours faithfully,

Chuck Schooner

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