Be careful about the possible long-term effects of vaccines aimed to fight the spread of the SARS Cov-2 corona virus disease of 2019 (COVID 19).
A prominent executive of a venerable Philippine company has had to give up all his management positions in the family-owned and managed enterprises because of serious complications from having had too many COVID-vaccine doses.
Initially, the tycoon was suspected of burnout and had simply wanted an extended respite from his CEO duties.
Meanwhile, the wife of another prominent professional suddenly acquired a kidney disease and has had to have a dialysis twice a week because of a kidney problem.
She has had five doses of COVID-19 vaccines.
Her husband plans to bring her to Singapore for a second opinion after a team of experts from a famous suburban hospital south of Manila refused to give a definitive answer on what exactly is her disease and whether having had so many COVID-19 vaccine doses caused it.
The team of doctors’ term for their problem—“dilemma.”
It seems the doctors are afraid of being sued by the vaccine giants if they go on record that COVID-19 vaccines are to be blamed for the woman’s sudden serious illness.
According to data compiled by the New York Times, 12.9 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered worldwide, as of Nov. 6, 2022; 5.44 billion people have had at least one dose, or 71 percent of the world’s population.
A total of 61 percent of all people have been fully vaccinated.
A vaccinated person refers to someone who has received at least one dose of a vaccine, and a fully vaccinated person has received either a single-dose vaccine or both doses of a two-dose vaccine, such as the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna shots.
In the Philippines, 72 percent of the people have had at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccines, 68 percent are fully vaccinated, and 19 percent have had an additional dose.
As of Nov. 8, 2022, the Philippines has had 4.012 million COVID-19 cases; of those, 3.932 million recovered, while 64,322 died.
From a peak of 423 deaths daily on Oct. 30, 2021, casualties now average just 24 a day. On Nov. 8, 2022, there were only 599 new cases; only seven died.
Today, about 4.7x more people –or 33 daily – die from car accidents in the Philippines than the number who die from COVID – 7.
This merits a case for having vaccines against car accidents.
The Philippines’ vaccination ratios are lower than those of the United States where 78 percent have had one dose, 77 percent are fully vaccinated, and 71 percent have received an additional dose.
In contrast, China has 93 percent of the population with at least one dose, 91 percent fully vaccinated, and 58 percent with an additional dose. Vietnam’s ratios are: 93, 88, and 72 percent.
Now that the Philippines has licked the COVID-19 pandemic, hopefully for good, the worry now is the long-term effects of two problems – one, from having been sick with COVID and, two, from having been inoculated with COVID-19 vaccines.
For both cases, the data and the science are not yet complete.
One problem with having accurate data is Big Pharma.
If it is proved that COVID is gone for good and that the disease has no long-term effects, nobody will buy COVID-19 medicines and vaccines anymore. If it is proved that COVID-19 vaccines have deleterious effects for the long term, then the more Big Pharma will be in big trouble.
So far, the claim is that having had a COVID disease will bring little or no long term serious consequences – outside of fatigue, fever, cough, shortness of breath, headache, sleep problems, difficulty of concentrating, joint or muscle pain, heart symptoms, digestive symptoms, blood clots, rash and changes in a woman’s menstrual cycle.
The COVID-19 vaccine side effects are another issue.
For that, I refer you to cases at the start of this article – the vaccines’ debilitating impact on a prominent tycoon and the severe kidney disease of the wife of a famous professional.
There could be more such cases.