Finally, we hear in the mainstream media about one of the dangerous side effects of the Covid vaccine. For months experts and groups like The White Rose UK have warned that this vaccine is not to be trusted.
The Daily Telegraph published an article about this, stating: “Marco Cavaleri, the head of vaccines at the EMA, told an Italian newspaper that an association was now ‘clear’, but added that experts were still unsure what was causing the clotting.
Last month, two teams of medical researchers in Norway and Germany said they had independently found that the vaccine could trigger an autoimmune reaction causing blood to clot in the brain. The EMA is expected to make a formal announcement later on Tuesday.
Britain’s Medicines Healthcare and Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is still investigating seven deaths and 30 cases of clotting in people who had recently had the AstraZeneca jab.
On Monday night, Channel 4 News reported that the MHRA is considering banning the jab in younger people, with a decision expected this week. Prof Chris Whitty, the chief medical officer, last week said it may get to a point where the benefits of the jab no longer outweigh the risks for younger people.” (Read the full article here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/04/06/astrazeneca-vaccine-linked-blood-clots-ema-official-says/)
Despite admitting that the AstraZeneca vaccine is linked to blood clots, they still encourage people to take the vaccine. But why take a vaccine that can threaten your health or even your life, more than the virus ever will?
In the video (see below) The Sun reports that the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine may be blocked for under 30’s over blood clot concerns, yet the vaccine propaganda is being pushed on.
Read more about the dangers and deaths from the so-called Covid-19 vaccine here: https://thewhiterose.uk/category/vaccination/
Timeline found on The Daily Telegraph website:
- January 28
German authorities say over 65s should not take the vaccine due to a lack of evidence supporting its effectiveness.
- January 29
French president Emmanuel Macron claims it is ‘quasi-ineffective’. The vaccine is approved for use by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
- March 1
France changes tack and announces that the vaccine will be available for those with serious health conditions between the ages of 65 and 75.
- March 11
Denmark becomes the first to suspend use of the jab following reports of blood clots shortly after the vaccine is administered. The EMA calls a meeting to review experts’ findings on the AstraZeneca shot
- March 15
A total of 16 EU countries – including Germany, France, Italy and Spain – suspended the vaccine.
- March 18
EU countries begin lifting suspensions after the EMA says the vaccine is “safe and effective”. The EU has vaccinated just 12 per cent of its population.
- March 19
France restarts its rollout for over 55s. French Prime Minister Jean Castex, 55, is vaccinated with it, while Mrs Merkel says she will take the jab.
- March 22
European trust in the vaccination plummets. A YouGov poll finds just 23 per cent of people in France view it as safe.