FDA report bares 2,573 jab-related deaths

DATA from the Philippines' Food and Drug Administration (FDA) revealed that there were 2,573 deaths related to Covid-19 vaccination from March 2021 to July 2022, with 12 of the fatalities children 5 to 11 years old.

In “Reports of Suspected Adverse Reaction to Covid-19 Vaccines (March 10, 2021 to July 25, 2022),” a copy of which was obtained by The Manila Times, the FDA said that the jab did not necessarily cause the deaths.

“Underlying conditions or pre-existing medical conditions causing fatal events are usually coincidental on the use of the vaccine,” it said.

The same FDA document was cited by Dr. Erwin Erfe, director of the Forensics Division of the Public Attorney's Office (PAO) when he testified in Tuesday's resumption of trial on the petition against mass vaccination for minors ages 5 to 11 before Judge Maria Cherell de Castro-Sansaet of the Quezon City-Regional Trial Court's Branch 222.

Erfe said that based on the figures on vaccine-related deaths, 12 were 5 to 11 years old, 1,470 were 60 years old and above, 702 were 40 to 59; 332 were 18 to 39; 39 were 12 to 17; and the remaining 18 were unclassified.

He said the FDA report would justify the cessation of the “experimental” Covid-19 vaccination.

Erfe and PAO chief Persida Rueda-Acosta said there must be a clearance from doctors before a person with comorbidities was administered with Covid-19 vaccine.

“But they (the Department of Health) simply ignored it, and they continue doing the vaccination. And now they are pointing at the pre-existing medical conditions of a person that is the culprit of the death and not the vaccine,” Erfe said.

He told The Manila Times that he was consistent with his earlier testimony that the Health department has been deceiving the public on the adverse effects of Covid-19 vaccines.

“It is worthy to note that the Department of Health is now rolling out the Covid-19 vaccination among children ages 5 to 11 years, and the DoH is committing the same negligence, misrepresentation, misinformation and with bad faith the said rolling-out of the Covid-19 vaccination, particularly, to children,” Erfe said.

“These children cannot understand the potential risks, recognized under Republic Act 11525 (The Covid-19 Vaccination Program), the CDC and the Philippine Food and Drug Administration, consequent to them being vaccinated with Covid-19 vaccine. In all cases, most especially on the issue at hand, our young children need proven safe and efficacious interventions in protecting and promoting their health, to guarantee the health and safety of our future generations,” he added.

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