Saturday, May 18, 2024

Vaccine Side Effects Force Massive Hiring

'Pfizer expected that they would have to hire a total of 1800 workers just to keep track of the side effects from the vaccine...'

John RansomHeadline USA) In the months after Pfizer’s COVID vaccine was approved by the FDA, the company hired 600 more employees to respond to a surge in adverse event reports or what are commonly known as reports of side effects.

The pharmaceutical company had “taken a multiple actions to help alleviate the large increase of adverse event reports,” according to the document provided by the Epoch Times. “This includes significant technology enhancements, and process and workflow solutions, as well as increasing the number of data entry and case processing colleagues.”

Documents also revealed that by the end of June 2021, Pfizer expected that they would have to hire a total of 1800 workers just to keep track of the side effects from the vaccine, with 126 million doses of the vaccine shipped by the end of February 2021, said Epoch Times.

That comes out to one healthcare worker per 70,000 shipped vaccines to keep track of what had been promised by the FDA and CDC to be exceedingly rare side effects from the vaccine.

Assuming that all the vaccines were administered and using CDC data of 0.6 percent serious adverse events with the Pfizer vaccine, that comes out to one healthcare worker per 420 serious adverse event to process data entry, process cases, and to come up with workflow solutions and technology enhancements.

The release of documents was the result of lawsuit against the FDA by Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency, forcing the agency to release documents related to the development of the COVID vaccine.

“Four days after the Pfizer vaccine was approved for ages 16+, we submitted a Freedom of Information Act Request to the FDA for all of the data within Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine biological product file. We have now sued the FDA for not releasing the data,” said the group’s website.

Previously Pfizer had said that they wanted to release the documents related to the development of the vaccine over a 75-year period, which, in part, is one reason for the lawsuit.

On January 7, 2022, a Federal District Court in Texas ordered the FDA to produce all of the documentation upon which it made its decision to approve the vaccine over an eight month period, said Reuters.

In a four-page order, the judge said that open information was neither a Democrat nor a Republican issue.

“As James Madison wrote, ‘[a] popular Government, without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy; or, perhaps, both,’” U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman wrote in a decision issued from Fort Worth.

The appellation of both tragedy and farce is unfortunately one way critics could describe the FDA’s and CDC’s management of the COVID pandemic.

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