Sunday, October 9, 2022

Pfizer, BioNTech Sponsor Cringeworthy Marvel Comic That Promotes COVID-19 Vaccination; Newly Obtained Emails Shed More Light on CDC’s False Vaccine Safety Monitoring Statements, and other C-Virus related stories

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Pfizer, BioNTech sponsor cringeworthy Marvel comic that promotes COVID-19 vaccination:
Pfizer and BioNTech have sponsored a cringeworthy Marvel comic that serves as a vehicle to promote COVID-19 vaccination.
The story opens with a family waiting to get COVID-19 vaccine shots while the Avengers are just blocks away fighting an enemy known as Ultron.
"Ultron keeps coming back--keeps changing and evolving--so the Avengers keep adapting and re-strategizing. And they knock him back again and again!" the grandfather character says.
Later in the story, the grandfather says, "I've seen their pattern so many times before. Ultron evolves. The Avengers gather information and take time to innovate and adapt." He then says that the Avengers "figure out how to fight it, putting together their existing knowledge and research along with the new information they've learned!"
"The Avengers are doing their part to help keep us safe. Now it's time for us to do ours," the grandfather says as the family heads to get their COVID-19 vaccine jabs. --->READ MORE HERE
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Newly Obtained Emails Shed More Light on CDC’s False Vaccine Safety Monitoring Statements:
Newly obtained emails show the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made a false statement on COVID-19 vaccine safety monitoring in 2021, months before agency officials gave false statements on the matter to The Epoch Times.
The emails also show top officials in the agency discussing performing safety monitoring on a key database for myocarditis, a form of heart inflammation that has been linked to the vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna.
The CDC promised in 2021 in a set of operating procedures to perform a type of analysis called Proportional Reporting Ratio (PRR) on reports of adverse reactions following COVID-19 vaccination. The reports are submitted to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), which officials have described as “the nation’s early warning system” for post-vaccination adverse events. The CDC also said in an updated set of operating procedures in 2022 that it would perform the analysis.
But the CDC has made false statements three times this year on PRRs, initially saying such analysis was outside the agency’s purview, then saying the analysis was performed starting in 2021, then saying the analysis did not begin until 2022. The newly obtained emails show that an official falsely said the CDC does not perform PRR analysis to an editor in 2021.
John Gregory, a health editor at NewsGuard, wrote to the CDC on Oct. 19, 2021, asking for a comment regarding a claim that the CDC’s PRR analysis cannot accurately identify when a vaccine causes adverse events, one of the emails shows. Martha Sharan, a CDC spokeswoman, sent the query to Dr. John Su, who leads the CDC’s VAERS team, and Dr. Tom Shimabukuro, who also works on vaccine safety. --->READ MORE HERE
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