Vaccination Questions

Posted on 6th February, 2021




UPDATE 06FEB21: "Inside the care home in Bristol where residents were vaccinated 'well before' Covid-19 outbreak (PDF)

  • "Studies have shown it had lower efficacy for much older people, and indeed health authorities in Europe have discounted the use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for the over 65s"

19JAN21: Moderna "UPDATE: California pauses giving out shots from one lot of coronavirus vaccine":

  • "The CDC considers an allergic reaction to a Covid-19 vaccine to be severe if the person needs to be treated with epinephrine or must go to the hospital ...while less data exists for Moderna's vaccine, only approximately 1 in 100,000 people experience anaphylaxis with the similar Pfizer vaccine ... Moderna said 37 different states got shipments from the lot, which included more than 1.2 million doses, and said most had likely been used.(PDF)"

UPDATE: Doctors from around the world warn of great danger of teh COVID vaccine (16JAN21)


FROM Govt COVID19 Vaccination Leaflet as distributed from DEC20 onwards:

"We do not yet know whether it will stop you from catching and passing on the virus. So, it is important to follow the guidance in your local area to protect those around you. To protect yourself and your family, friends and colleagues you still need to: • practise social distancing • wear a face mask • wash your hands carefully and frequently • follow the current guidance" (PDF)



During the government's current rapid mass vaccine rollout, it seems prudent to ask your doctor questions that may concern you, before giving your consent to be vaccinated. Public Health England state that, "the need for ‘informed consent’ is a legal requirement", and that vaccinators must "give people as much information as they need and/or want to make an informed decision".


At the same time, there is a rising concern around the safety of the new COVID19 vaccines, and questions about, "Why is there a correlation between the vaccine rollout and increased COVID-19 mortality?"


So, before you get 'jabbed', you might want to think about the questions you may want answered, such as:

  • What vaccine am I being given?
  • Has it been fully tested, or is it still part of a staged trial? If it's still a trial, what stage is it at?
  • What are the risks and side effects?
  • Is it safe to take with my existing medication/health condition?
  • Does it reduce my natural immunity in any way? Will I be more susceptible to viruses, colds, flu, etc.?
  • Will the vaccine prevent me from catching COVID19? How long will it protect me?
  • Is it safe if we're trying to have a baby/preganant/breast feeding? 
  • How many people in the UK have died within 28 days of taking this vaccine? How many in the UK since the rollout started? (Collected information is not currently released by the UK government, but other countries do release data? E.g.438 European deaths reported)
  • How can I report any concerns or side effects I may have? (image)

World vaccination statistics can be found here including graphs and maps. How are global priorities decided?



  • The UK government states, "The current legal framework already recognises that if manufacturers or healthcare professionals are asked to supply an unlicensed medicine in response to a public health threat, it is unfair also to ask them to take responsibility for the consequences of the use of that medicine in the way that they normally would." See Civil Liability and Immunity (Section 2 PDF)
  • 03DEC20 The UK Government added COVID-19 to their Vaccine Damage Payment scheme (06FEB21), See also previous blog.
  • The UK government indicated that it is expecting a large number of side effects as indicated in their tender for a new COVID19 AI system (para II.1.4), "The MHRA urgently seeks an Artificial Intelligence (AI) software tool to process the expected high volume of Covid-19 vaccine Adverse Drug Reaction (ADRs) and ensure that no details from the ADRs’ reaction text are missed". On 19OCT20 MHRA paid Genpact UK Ltd £1.5million for the AI system (paras (paras V.2.3 & V.2.4).
  • "The AI tool will be employed as part of the MHRA’s yellow card scheme (Image)" (FT 01NOV20 )




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