The UK Government / MHRA have released their 21st update on adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccines which have been reported to the MHRA Yellow Card scheme, and we’re left wondering whether the police will start to stand up and take notice of the shocking number and severity of adverse reactions being suffered now that a retired police officer has made a criminal complaint to the police with the support of Dr Tess Lawrie and lawyer Clare Wills Harrison.
The MHRA Yellow Card scheme has been collecting reports on adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccines since the 9th December 2020, the day after the Pfizer jab was first administered in the UK under the emergency use authorisation it has been granted by the MHRA.
Since that date up until the 16th June 2021 there have been 973,435 adverse reactions including 1,356 deaths reported to the Yellow Card scheme. This number of adverse reactions alone means that for every 74 jabs that have been administered in the United Kingdom an adverse reaction has been suffered.
However, these numbers do not tell the whole story as an extraordinary amount of people are not even aware of the existence of the Yellow Card scheme, and the MHRA estimates that only 1% – 10% of adverse reactions are actually reported. This means the actual number of adverse reactions could be anywhere between 9.7 million and 97 million, whilst the number of deaths could be anywhere between 13.5 thousand and 135 thousand.
Surely these numbers are enough to make the medicine regulator pause and re-evaluate their decision to grant emergency use authorisation of the experimental Covid jabs? It’s not as is they haven’t been offered assistance in evaluating the data.
Dr Tess Lawrie, director at Evidence-based Medicine Consultancy Limited and EbMC Squared CiC, has been a strong advocate of Ivermectin for the early treatment of Covid-19 patients, and she wrote to the chief executive of the MHRA, Dr June Raine on the 9th June 2021 offering her companies assistance in analysing the Yellow card database due to three questions she had determined as requiring urgent answers. Questions that Dr Lawrie had after analysing adverse reactions reported to the MHRA Yellow Card scheme up to the 28th May 2021 –
1) How many people have died within 28 days of vaccination?
2) How many people have been hospitalised within 28 days of vaccination?
3) How many people have been disabled by the vaccination?
The response from the MHRA to Dr Tess Lawrie’s letter so far has been silence.