Owing to reports of deaths and other ‘adverse health events’ triggered by vaccines produced by a handful of pharmaceutical giants, most notably Pfizer and Moderna, South Koreans are taking to the streets to protest their governments’ refusal to acknowledge thousands of deaths that many believe were caused by vaccines.
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One of the most vaccinated nations on earth is seeing increased public pushback over Covid-19 jabs, as demonstrators in South Korea are demanding accountability for deaths that they blame on the shots.
Americans and Europeans are already expressing skepticism of the COVID jabs.
In South Korea, more than 10K people have died under murky circumstances shortly after being vaccinated. The government has agreed to report a connection in a handful of serious cases.
The government has also recognized and compensated victims: for example, a nursing assistant was awarded government benefits after suffering paralysis after receiving AstraZeneca’s COVID shot, branded as Covishield in India.
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The government investigated an adverse health event case back in August, after a teenager with no underlying health conditions died following inoculation with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID jab.
However, in the absence of a more promising response, thousands of South Koreans are taking to the streets to protest the vaccine mandate.
An association called the COVID Vaccine Victims and Families Council has been conducting the rallies in several South Korean cities, according to RT.
On Sunday, demonstrators marched from Busan City Hall to Busan National University of Education in a large demonstration held in the country’s second city.
There’s even a chance that vaccine skepticism might become an issue in South Korea’s upcoming presidential election. Last week, a public hearing was held on vaccine side effects by the opposition People’s Power Party.
Purported victims and their families were invited in these rallies to suggest and support new strategies for confronting the epidemic that may be adopted by presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol.
Kim Jong-in, the party’s campaign chairman, has accused sitting SK President Moon Jae-in and his administration of being indifferent to damages caused by vaccines.
The government promised to compensate victims of vaccine side effects before the first jabs arrived.
“I think the people have reached a point where they can’t trust the government,” Kim said.
Documents released by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reveal that drugmaker Pfizer recorded nearly 160,000 adverse reactions to its Covid-19 vaccine in the initial months of its rollout.
There are numerous infant and child deaths after COVID vaccination reported according to VAERS data.
A major Japanese medical bulletin study has warned that the risk of dying from the COVID-19 vaccine for people in their 20s maybe 40 times higher than the disease itself.