31-Year-Old Italian Professor DEAD following the Experimental AstraZeneca COVID Injection
'ISCHIA, ITALY — AstraZeneca continues its crimes against humanity as yet another young victim dies from blood clots.'
Italy has the highest number of adverse events following the AstraZeneca shots of any other country in Europe, according to the European database of suspected drug reaction reports, EudraVigilance. Story here.
(Total reactions for the experimental vaccine AZD1222 (CHADOX1 NCOV-19) from Oxford/ AstraZeneca: 451 deaths and 54,571 injuries to 13/03/2021)
Vaccine hesitancy rises in France after AstraZeneca suspension
Around 42% of French respondents thought the AstraZeneca jab unsafe in a YouGov survey last month.
But after the suspensions, that figure has now climbed to more than 60%.
What Is Emergency Use Authorization? -FDA
A Q&A WITH JOSHUA SHARFSTEIN, MD | OCTOBER 20, 2020
What exactly is emergency use authorization, how does it work, and can we trust it?
What is an emergency use authorization (EUA)?
In an emergency, like a pandemic, it may not be possible to have all the evidence that the FDA would usually have before approving a drug, device, or a test.
When there is a declared emergency, the FDA can make a judgment that it's worth releasing something for use even without all the evidence that would fully establish its eﬀectiveness and safety. If there’s evidence that strongly suggests that patients have beneﬁted from a treatment or test, the agency can issue an EUA to make it available.
How long have EUAs been around?
Emergency use authorization is a relatively new tool for the FDA. In fact, when I was the acting commissioner at FDA in 2009, before I became the principal deputy, I signed the ﬁrst emergency use authorization the agency had ever put forward for the civilian population.
How would we know if a treatment that’s received EUA from the FDA is actually safe?
FDA should explain the basis of its decision to authorize the vaccine, which should include its assessment of safety.