Compared to the flu vaccine, covid injections are associated with a significant increase in adverse events among women of reproductive age. Data revealed a 27-fold higher risk of miscarriage and a more than twofold increased risk of adverse foetal outcomes across six different categories following covid injections.
Covid injection contents are biodistributed into the bloodstream within hours and cross “all physiologic barriers including the maternal-placental-foetal barrier and the blood-brain barriers in both the mother and the foetus.”
Birth rates in multiple European countries fell significantly at the end of 2021, months after covid injections became widely utilised.
Researchers have called for the immediate suspension of covid vaccination for all persons of childbearing and reproductive age.
While a typical vaccine must undergo 10 to 12 years of trials before it’s released, during the pandemic, covid injections were made available to the public just 10 months after development, courtesy of an Emergency Use Authorisation.1 Even pregnant women were subjected to the injections, and in many cases were mandated to receive them.
“The pushing of these experimental covid vaccines globally is the greatest violation of medical ethics in the history of medicine, maybe humanity,” Dr. James Thorp, a maternal-foetal medicine expert, told Tucker Carlson.2 Thorp and colleagues published a preprint study that found striking risks to pregnant women who received the injections, along with their unborn babies.3
The outcomes were so dire that the researchers concluded pregnant women should not receive covid injections until further research is completed. “A worldwide moratorium on the use of covid vaccines in pregnancy is advised until randomised prospective trials document safety in pregnancy and long-term follow-up in offspring,” they explained.
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