Dr Amanda Kvalsig Covid 19 Comments
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From: Chuck Schooner
Dear University of Otago,
Can you please provide the following if applicable
- Any terms of service that Dr Amanda Kvalsig has with any government agency specifically relating to Covid-19 including agreements understanding with media companies
- Any funding/grants/donations that Dr Amanda Kvalsig has received from any government agency within the last 12 months
- Any payments from any media companies from statements in the press
- Dr Kvalsig is on record stating there are rising concerns about post acute effects in children. Coincidentally post acute effects rose the same year mass vaccination occurred in children in what was previously a minor issue in children. Does Dr Kvalsig have any evidence of post acute effects in vaccinated children versus non vaccinated children?
- Dr Kvalsig has recommended masks and further measures. Are there any cost/benefit analysis completed given masks essentially do nothing but studies show masking children is contributing to learning & breathing difficulties.
- Does The University of Otago support Dr Kvalsig's comments promoting the experimental gene therapy in children when there are now filings in international court. It is known that the m-RNA ‘vaccination’ treatments have caused the death of many as well as injury and severe damage (including disablement and paralysis) after the ‘vaccine’ was administered. If it is found that these treatments have caused more damage than good will the University of Otago support Dr Kvalsig promoting this so called treatment without making the public known of the potential side effects which is in breach of the Medicines Act? Subject to the outcome of the filings in international court there might be ground for local proscecutions. If Dr Kvalsig is making statements in the media would it be wise to mention the risks associated with a treatment whereby trials are only complete in 2023. Just in New Zealand healthy 13, 17 and 26 years olds have been recorded as deaths as per Medsafe reporting.
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