Pfizer Covid vaccine Requires 2 doses, Does Not protect for 7 days and Here are its Side Effects





Muskoka Post


The Canadian government plans to complete immunizing the general population with Pfizer's miracle Covid vaccine by end of 2021.


The timeline is as follows;


The commencement of immunization is planned for December for priority populations.

April would see general commencement for all Canadians.

End of 2021 would mark the completion of the Covid-19 vaccine campaign.


According to Health Canada here are the Pfizer vaccine side effects:


"The side effects that followed vaccine administration in clinical trials were mild or moderate. They include things like pain at the site of the injection, body chills, feeling tired and feeling feverish. These are common side effects of vaccines and do not pose a risk to health.

As with all vaccines there is a chance that there will be a serious side effect, but these are rare. A serious side effect might be something like an allergic reaction.

Health Canada has conducted a rigorous scientific review of the available medical evidence to assess the safety of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. No major safety concerns have been identified in the data that we reviewed."


With the arrival of the vaccine in Europe came the arrival of the first reported severe side effects—two medical workers in the U.K. had a bad allergic reaction. This led to the FDA issuing a warning to Americans that if they have a history of severe allergic reactions, they should not take the vaccine, either. Other than that, "we have not seen any severe adverse events that we could relate to the vaccine thus far," said Dr. Anthony Fauci.


How It's Given:


"The vaccine is given by an injection (0.3ml) into the muscle of the arm. For the vaccine to work best you need to get 2 doses: a single dose and then a second dose 21 days later.

Based on studies in about 44,000 participants, the Covid-19 vaccine was 95% effective in preventing SARS-CoV2 infection beginning 1 week after the second dose. This means that people may not be protected against Covid-19 disease until at least 7 days after the second dose."

The duration of protection against COVID-19 is currently unknown.


Well now that sounds like a winning formula to completely eradicate a virus whose goal posts keep politically moving. Also believe them when they state on the Health Canada website that the government can "issue a market authorization with conditions to support early access to promising health products when the potential benefits outweigh the potential risks."

In other words you are the monkey in the cage being experimented upon.


You can find further information regarding the Pfizer vaccine at canada.ca/en/health-canada






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