Pfizer hired thousands of employees to process COVID jab-related adverse events
(NaturalHealth365) The U.S. government’s vax surveillance program – or Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) – is an essential and historically underutilized tool intended to help keep the public as safe as possible from the adverse effects of vaxxes, including the flu shot, the COVID-19 shot, and the dozens of other shots contained within the childhood jab schedule. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rely on VAERS data to identify potential safety concerns or patterns that require further investigation.
Since the COVID shot rollout, the number of VAERS reports has increased dramatically (even though many healthcare professionals suspect the number of adverse effects post-mRNA jab is still being underreported). But because VAERS data alone cannot prove causation, some officials from the mainstream narrative have been exceedingly quick to undermine and downplay the importance of this information. So the question is: if reports of adverse effects like those reported to VAERS are so unreliable, why have Big Pharma reports about such events been redacted?
Document release bombshell: Pfizer couldn’t keep up with COVID shot adverse event reporting, forced to hire hundreds of new employees to handle the caseload
In an interview published by Real America’s Voice, journalist Dr. Naomi Wolf revealed that Pfizer “hid, they concealed, they redacted from disclosure, forced by the court, the fact that they were processing so many adverse events in the first three months [after their mRNA COVID shot rollout] … that they had to hire 2,400 new employees.”
She continues: “they hid that. They concealed it … the volume of bad outcomes, dangerous outcomes … there were so many [that] they couldn’t keep up with it with their own staff.”
Watch the video below to hear from Dr. Wolf:
“Proprietary and confidential” – in other words, Big Pharma DIDN’T want anyone to know about “large numbers” of adverse events post-jab
The information Dr. Wolf refers to is contained in a Pfizer document recently released to the public by the FDA.
The original March 2022 release of this document, called “5.3.6 Cumulative Analysis of Post-authorization Adverse Event Reports,” contained redacted information about how many people Pfizer had to hire to process all the adverse event reports.
Interestingly, the first page of this document states the following: “The information contained in this document is proprietary and confidential. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution, or other dissemination of this information outside of Pfizer, its Affiliates, its Licensees, or Regulatory Agencies is strictly prohibited. Except as may be otherwise agreed to in writing, by accepting or reviewing these materials, you agree to hold such information in confidence and not to disclose it to others (except where required by applicable law), nor to use it for unauthorized purposes.”
So, what sort of “information” was Pfizer hoping to keep behind closed doors for the better part of the next century?
- From the initial rollout through February 28, 2021, Pfizer processed 42,086 individual case reports from 63 countries, containing a total of 158,983 adverse events (roughly a rate of roughly 1,765 adverse events per day over a 90-day period)
- These adverse events affected various bodily systems, including the nervous system, gastrointestinal system, musculoskeletal, and connective tissue system
- Pfizer admitted to “missing information” about the safety and effectiveness of the COVID shot in pregnancy, lactation, and kids under 12 years old (as an example, of the 270 unique pregnancy cases reported, “No outcome was provided for 238 pregnancies”)
- As of February 2021, Pfizer says they had “onboarded approximately 600 additional full-time employees (FTEs). More are joining each month with an expected total of more than 1,800 additional resources by the end of June 2021.” Why? “[To] help alleviate the large increase of adverse event reports,” the document explains.
Readers, what do you think? Is it concerning that Pfizer was trying to withhold the release of this document – and then redacted much of the information it contains once the FDA did release it? Is it concerning that they had to hire over 2,000 people to manage the processing of case reports? Is it really just that COVID-19 is a front-of-mind issue so people are reporting more than they used to with other vaxxes … or is something else going on?
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