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Risk Benefit Analysis - Covid-19 Vaccine

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From: Chuck Schooner

Dear Ministry of Health,

Per previous Official Information Act requests I understand for the removal of an approved Medicine involves a review of the risk / benefit of the product following reported adverse affects. Medsafe's own data confirms the Covid-19 vaccine as

- Confirmed two deaths
- 154 suspicious deaths at a minimum
- Over 2,000 deaths within 21 days
- 15 serious safety signals that Medsafe continue to monitor

Various Doctors have reported the above and a brave group of Doctors have requested numerous discussions with Ministry of Health and Medsafe due to these safety issues which number in the 1,000's. As a comparison a Goree Medical Product had one report of Mercury Poisoning and was removed from market.

Can you please provide the following

- Risk / Benefit analysis of the vaccine when it was approved
- If one was not completed then why not?
- Risk / Benefit analysis of the vaccine after the death of one person was confirmed
- If one was not completed then why not?
- Risk / Benefit analysis of the vaccine after the death of a second person was confirmed
- If one was not completed then why not?
- Risk / Benefit analysis of the vaccine at today's date taking into account all of the data collected by Ministry of Health and Medsafe
- Can the Ministry of Health confirm if there are any control groups that were put in place as a way to analyse their own data - if not why not?
- Are there any provisions in the Pfizer Contract that preclude the Ministry of Health from completing Risk / Benefit analysis?
- Can you also provide the process document(s) relating to if there is a sudden death following the vaccine then what is the process for the next of kin to obtain an autopsy of the body
- Can you also provide an update on the death of the 13 year old last year and what process has been followed in an attempt to determine the child's death

Yours faithfully,
Chuck

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Kia ora Chuck,

 

Thank you for your request for official information. The Ministry's
reference number for your request is: H202205215.

 

As required under the Official Information Act 1982, the Ministry will
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Kia ora Chuck, 
Please find attached your request for official information.

Ngā mihi

 

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[2]Unite against COVID-19

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Erika Whittome left an annotation ()

Gosh is this our democratic government denying to share details? Or is this the secret state security masquerading as medicine and health.

In the former German "Democratic" Republic (East Germany) it was called "Die Staatsversicherung", which means state security or "Die Stasi" for short.

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From: Chuck Schooner

Dear OIA Requests / Astrid,

Another OIA, another day where MOH does not have the required information or won’t provide it. So transparent!!
Can you confirm if it is normal practice for a Cost / Benefit analysis to be completed if a person dies from an approved medicine - I understand it is?
Yes or No?

Yours sincerely,

Chuck Schooner

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Kia ora Chuck,  

  

Thank you for your request for official information received on 11 May
2022 for: 

  

"Can you confirm if it is normal practice for a Cost / Benefit analysis to
be completed if a person dies from an approved medicine" 

  

The Ministry's reference number for your request is: H202206245.  

  

As required under the Official Information Act 1982, the Ministry will
endeavour to respond to your request no later than 9 June 2022, being 20
working days after the day your request was received. 

  

Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic response, the Ministry is experiencing
significantly higher volumes of queries and requests for information. If
we are unable to respond to your request within this time frame, we will
notify you of an extension of that time frame. 

  

If you have any queries related to this request, please do not hesitate to
get in touch. 

Ngā mihi

 

OIA Services Team

 

[1]Ministry of Health information releases

[2]Unite against COVID-19

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From: Chuck Schooner <[FOI #19080 email]>
Sent: Wednesday, 11 May 2022 17:02
To: OIA Requests <[email address]>
Subject: Re: Your request for official information (ref:H202205215)
 
Dear OIA Requests / Astrid,

Another OIA, another day where MOH does not have the required information
or won’t provide it.  So transparent!!
Can you confirm if it is normal practice for a Cost / Benefit analysis to
be completed if a person dies from an approved medicine - I understand it
is?
Yes or No?

Yours sincerely,

Chuck Schooner

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Virginia Crawford left an annotation ()

Don't forget that under Section 20(3) of the Medicines Act:

No consent given under this section shall be deemed to warrant the safety or efficacy of the medicine to which the consent relates.

Even though we are constantly being told that the vaccine is "safe and effective".

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