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Covid-19 vaccine manufacturers given legal protection from liability

Covid-19 vaccine manufacturers given legal protection from liability

Pfizer and other drug manufacturers have been given legal protection by the British government over its unlicensed vaccines, it has been revealed. The legislative changes for the COVID-19 vaccine are largely due to the Human Medicines Regulations 2012 in relation to licencing medicines. Changes to the regulation 174 of the Human Medicines Regulations, gives the MHRA scope to grant a[Read More…]

Russia rolls out Covid-19 vaccine

Russia rolls out Covid-19 vaccine

Russia is one of the first countries to announce the rollout of its Covid-19 vaccine programme, it has been announced. Clinics in the capital Moscow are currently inoculating those most at risk from the virus. The Russian-made Sputnik V Covid-19 shot is first being offered to doctors and other medical workers, teachers and social workers. Despite the fact that it[Read More…]

Airline industry to introduce vaccination passports

Airline industry to introduce vaccination passports

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced plans to introduce vaccination passports, it has been reported. IATA has revealed that it is “in the final development phase” of a mobile “digital passport” app that would tell airlines if international travellers had been vaccinated against COVID-19. The news comes just days after Australia’s Qantas announced Monday that it’s on board[Read More…]

Close up of a young woman getting vaccinated

Doctors warn of unpleasant side effects from Covid vaccine

Doctors from the American Medical Association have warned about the potential negative side effects of the Covid-19 vaccines. Dr. Sandra Fryhofer of the American Medical Association warned that many patients will experience intense and unpleasant side effects associated with the Covid-19 vaccines, such as a debilitating headache, nausea, chills and a fever. She noted that both Pfizer’s and Moderna’s Covid-19[Read More…]

Victims to be criminally investigated during prosecutions

Victims to be criminally investigated during prosecutions

Multiple crime victims have found themselves on the wrong side of a police investigation when authorities have used their power not only to prosecute the perpetrators but to meddle in the victim’s life affairs as well. With the excuse of avoiding a mistrial, British police insist on asking for digital disclosure -handing over computers, phones, and passwords- to the victims.[Read More…]