It’s High Time To Admit Side Effects Of COVID-19 Vaccines Says Ex-CDC Director

In an interview with Chris Cuomo on NewsNation, ex-CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield said it’s high time to admit the side effects of COVID-19 vaccines.

It’s High Time To Admit Side Effects Of COVID-19 Vaccines Says Ex-CDC Director 1

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The former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Robert Redfield, stated on Thursday that it’s time to acknowledge that there were “significant” side effects that caused people to become ill and that many officials who attempted to alert the public about possible issues with COVID-19 vaccines were coerced into silence.

In an interview with Chris Cuomo on NewsNation on May 16, Dr. Redfield expressed his regret about the public’s declining trust in public health organizations due to a lack of information on vaccines, which he said “saved a lot of lives” but also left some individuals “quite ill.”

“Those of us that tried to suggest there may be significant side effects from vaccines … we kind of got canceled because no one wanted to talk about the potential that there was a problem from the vaccines because they were afraid that that would cause people not to want to get vaccinated,” Dr. Redfield said.

As the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Redfield participated in Operation Warp Speed, a project of the Trump administration aimed at accelerating the development of the COVID-19 vaccine during a period during the pandemic when little was known about the virus and a swift vaccine rollout was generally regarded as essential to controlling the outbreak and lifting lockdowns.

Dr. Redfield testified before the Senate in September 2020, a few months before the first COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the United States. He stated that COVID-19 represented the “most significant public health challenge to face our nation in more than a century” and that at the time, scientists believed that the disease’s overall case fatality rate was between 0.4 and 0.6 percent in the United States.

“If you were to look right now, individuals under the age of 18, it’s about 0.01 percent, 19 to say 69, it’s more like 0.3 percent. And if you’re over the age of 70, it’s about 5 percent now,” he testified at the time.

The severity of COVID-19 is still up for debate, but a recent study estimates that the global case fatality rate was 8.5% in February 2020 and fell to 0.27 percent in August 2022. This indicates a staggering 96.8% relative risk reduction during that time.

Dr. Redfield stated that the vaccinations created as part of Operation Warp Speed were “important” and “saved a lot of lives” in his interview with NewsNation. Nevertheless, he stated that despite their advantages, the negative effects of vaccinations ought to be discussed in public.

“They’re important for the most vulnerable people, those over 60, 65 years of age. They really aren’t that critical for those that are under 50 or younger. But those vaccines saved a lot of lives, but they also—we have to be honest, some people got significant side effects from the vaccine,” he said.

“I have a number of people that are quite ill and they never had COVID, but they are ill from the vaccine,” he continued. “And we just have to acknowledge that.”

Vaccine Controversy

The severity of COVID-19 is still up for debate because it’s unclear if underreporting of asymptomatic infections or lack of clarity regarding the role of underlying medical conditions in fatalities in cases where COVID-19 was listed as the primary cause of death contributed to an undercounting or an overcounting of deaths. Apart from the dilemma of whether a person died “with” a positive test result for SARS-CoV-2 or “from” COVID-19, there have also been concerns regarding the potential significance of subsequent pneumonia brought on by mechanical ventilation.

In any case, a January 2023 report shows that the COVID-19 case fatality rate has significantly decreased globally throughout the pandemic. According to the analysis, global case fatalities ranged from 1.7 to 39.0 percent in February and March of 2020, but they dropped to less than 0.3 percent in July and August of 2022.

According to the experts, during the pandemic, there has been a 96.8% decrease in the probability of dying from COVID-19.

Concerns regarding vaccination side effects have grown as fewer COVID-19 fatalities have occurred, as many vaccinated individuals have experienced a variety of negative reactions.

The U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) indicates that the most prevalent adverse events associated with the COVID-19 vaccine are those that impact the body generally, with fever, exhaustion, and overall discomfort ranking as the top three. However, there are other people.

For example, the CDC has officially recognized inflammation of the heart muscle (myocarditis) and inflammation of the lining surrounding the heart (pericarditis) as known side effects of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer.

There have also been reports of nervous system illnesses, which rank third in frequency among adverse events associated with the Pfizer studies, following muscle- and general-related side events.

Additional studies have connected spike-protein-based COVID-19 vaccinations to cutaneous issues, tinnitus—a dull ringing in the ears—visual impairments, blood clotting, and even fatalities. According to recent research from EpochTV’s “American Thought Leaders” program, there was a 100-fold increased risk of death linked to COVID-19 injections compared to flu vaccines (assuming the shot occurred near the recipient rather than being established as the cause).

Concerns exist regarding an increase in excess deaths and disabilities following immunization.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues to advise individuals of all ages to get the COVID-19 vaccine, stating that the possible risks of contracting the virus do not exceed the benefits.

The FDA once more urged those 65 years of age and above to have the most recent vaccinations in a notification that was released in late April.

Recently in India, as reported by GreatGameIndia, a study conducted by researchers at Banaras Hindu University and published in Springer Nature found that adolescent girls are at risk of adverse events after receiving Covaxin.

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