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Medsafe Monitoring of Vaccine Side Effects

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From: Chuck Schooner

Dear Ministry of Health/Medsafe,

The Medsafe/Ministry of Health reporting includes the following excerpt “the Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring and manufacturers continue to closely monitor the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. We’ll respond to any safety issues right away and will inform New Zealanders about any risks that arise in New Zealand”.

There are now 127 deaths from this experimental gene therapy more than double from the Covid virus including children dying now, 16 serious safety signals as per Medsafes reporting.

Please provide any any documentation that shows what Medsafe has done in response to these serious issues - ie added warnings, stopped roll out in children, advertisements in papers. Any reporting/documentation that aligns with Medsafes response to these safety signals?

How is Medsafe informing New Zealanders as per the statement the risks associated that are now evident given real time statistics?

Would informing them of the risks include saying boosters are safe as per advertising that is currently out. Why not include in all the advertising that

“These gene therapies are safe and effective against new variants however won’t stop you getting or transmitting virus and Medsafe wish to inform the NZ public that there are also these serious side effects including death, Bell’s palsy, stroke, etc and also list the ten pages of serious side effects as per the cumulative analysis report”

I have not heard one advertisement saying there are risks with this gene therapy. When will Medsafe get the ad campaign going saying death can occur from the jab? Maybe when a five year old dies as children are dying overseas.

Yours faithfully,

Chuck Schooner

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Insidious is the word.

Aggressively assuring medical professionals will not put their names to adverse event reports in fear for their licence and careers.

Medical Council NZ led by Curtis Walker along with the Royal Colledge of GPs led by Bryan Betty and others and ensured the historical underreporting of +95% is going to be far above that rate closing in on 100% in multiple categories of adverse events and outcomes.

https://www.medsafe.govt.nz/COVID-19/act...

Active monitoring MOH and Medsafe style

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