Strange Sinovac Vaccine Phenomenon, Countries Report Increasing Cases After Vaccine Use



The Hong Kong government has recently developed a large-scale vaccination program against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as COVID-19, but suffers from frequent reports of serious side effects. In Hong Kong, 13 people died just one month after vaccination, 11 of whom had been injected with the Sinovac vaccine, a vaccine manufactured in China.

The CCP has not reported a single case of serious side effects or death after announcing 100 million doses of Synovac vaccine in China on March 28.

However, the Chinese Sinovac vaccine has four strange phenomena that are analyzed as follows:

No deaths reported in China

The first reported death after vaccination in Hong Kong occurred on February 28. On March 28, within just one month, 13 people aged 55-80 in Hong Kong were vaccinated and died. Eleven were given Sinovac shots and the other two received BioNTech.

In addition, an elderly woman in her 80s died at home the day after she was vaccinated with Sinovac on March 20, but the Hong Kong Department of Health did not report it and did not disclose the case. The Ministry of Health replied early on March 31 that “there is no direct causal link between her death and vaccination and therefore does not meet the AEFI (Post-vaccination Adverse Event) reporting criteria.” did.

In an interview with The Epoch Times, Yuen Hoiman, deputy spokesman for health policy at the Hong Kong Democratic Party, criticized the government for depriving the public of the right to know by not disclosing information. vaccine. He said the government should be true if indirect relationships cannot be ruled out without direct relationships.

In an interview with The Epoch Times, a Chinese medicine doctor, Dr. Chan Wai Litt, also suspected that there were other deaths after receiving the Chinese medicine vaccine, but outsiders confirm it. He said there was no way.

Authorities responded March 30 in response to 13 deaths in Hong Kong after vaccination, with current data showing that most cases died of cardiovascular disease and any of the individual cases. Also shows that it is not directly related to vaccination.

However, in an interview with The Epoch Times, Hong Kong Hospital Authority staff and vice chairman, “Generally speaking, completely eliminating the possibility of indirect side effects I can’t. ” “In fact, many medicines [side effects].. “

According to the law, other countries may die after COVID-19 vaccination. However, the authorities will provide the data even if there is no direct relationship. Use the data to give others the option of choosing the right path.

On March 30, Germany announced that as of March 29, more than 2.7 million people had been vaccinated with AstraZeneca, 31 had blood clots, and 9 had died. Therefore, the German government has decided to suspend the vaccine for people under the age of 60.

Canada also announced on March 29 that it would stop using the AstraZeneca vaccine for people under the age of 55 following reports of rare blood clots, but for the time being there are no relevant cases.

However, the Hong Kong government recently stopped using BioNTech Shot due to a defective package, but stopped using the Sinovac vaccine after 11 out of a total of about 450,000 people vaccinated each month died. Is not … This has caused public concern.

According to the law, statistical data on the use of the Sinovac vaccine for people over the age of 60 is inadequate, and its phase III clinical data is not published in peer-reviewed medical journals. Nevertheless, the Hong Kong government still requires older people to be vaccinated. He called on the public to receive only vaccines that had sufficient clinical data.

Yuen Hoi Man also proposed to stop using the Sinovac vaccine for people over the age of 60 and for people with chronic illness.

It is noteworthy that the CCP’s National Health Commission announced on March 28 that more than 100 million domestic vaccines had been administered in China, but no deaths or serious side effects were reported. But at the same time, comments on the negative effects of the vaccine will soon be removed from the Chinese internet.

Outbreaks intensify in countries using Sinovac vaccine

The UK was the first country to start COVID-19 vaccination and approved the use of the BioNTech vaccine in December before introducing the AstraZeneca vaccine in January this year. Their outbreak has gradually eased since January 9. The UK recorded 4,715 cases on March 27, a significant decrease from 6,187 cases the day before. In the United States and Israel, where the BioNTech vaccine was also selected as the primary vaccine, the epidemic slowed significantly after vaccination.

However, the number of confirmed cases in Chile, Turkey and Pakistan who have opted for China’s Sinobac vaccine is increasing.

Chile received nearly 9 million Sinovac vaccines in February, averaging 47 per 100 people, making it the country with the highest vaccination rate in South America. However, the number of positive test results recorded in Chile has increased instead of decreasing, with a new record of 7,626 cases recorded on March 26th, a tight hospital bed supply, and recent It led to the blockade of the capital. Santiago.

Turkey began receiving the Sinovac vaccine in mid-January, with at least 8 million people being vaccinated and accounting for more than 10% of the population. However, their number of cases also recovered in late February, with 37,303 new cases recorded on March 30, the highest number of days since the outbreak on March 11, last year. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on April 2 that there will be a curfew on the weekend of Ramadan during the month.

In Pakistan, which has been using Chinese vaccines since early February, a third wave of pandemics has occurred, and the national positive rate has risen to 11%, the highest level since the outbreak. Due to the severity of the outbreak, more than 20 cities have been “closed”.

Pakistan’s President Arif Alvi wrote on March 29th and 15th that he was positive after receiving the first dose of a vaccine manufactured by China National Pharmaceutical Group. Two days after receiving his first dose of a vaccine manufactured by the same Chinese company.

Lin Xiaoxu, a former virologist at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, claimed that the CCP had vaccinated 20 million people in mainland China in February, but did not publish an actual analysis of efficacy rates. Said.

“For countries that inject vaccines manufactured by China’s Sinovac Biotech or National Pharmaceutical Group Corp, we must first ask China to provide data on the degree of protection of Chinese people after vaccination,” Lin said. I am.

Side effect rate similar to placebo

Currently, the Sinovac vaccine only publishes Phase I and Phase II clinical trial data, and relevant data show that the incidence of side effects is about 20%, which is lower than other vaccines. Dr. Dong Yuhong, a European virologist and chief scientific officer of a Swiss biotechnology company, said there are two doubts about Sinovac data from an academic point of view (from an academic point of view).pdf).

First, with a variety of other COVID-19 vaccines, the rate of side effects in the vaccinated group is usually significantly higher than that in the placebo group. However, the rate of side effects after vaccination with Sinovac was similar to that of placebo injection. Some side effects were even lower in the vaccinated group than in the placebo group.

Second, generally speaking, the higher the dose injected, the more side effects there are. This phenomenon has also been seen in clinical trials of other vaccines and is called “dose correlation”. However, the results of the Sinovac vaccine study do not appear to have such a pattern. The side effects of some low-dose groups are higher than those of the high-dose group.

Dr. Don said scientists are hoping for Sinovac’s Phase III clinical data, but unfortunately it has not yet been published and the number of subjects enrolled in Phase I-II clinical trials is relatively small. He said it was difficult. Assess the adverse events of the Sinovac vaccine.

The CCP released data on the side effects of the Sinovac vaccine in a clinical trial similar to the placebo group, but on January 6, state-owned CCP media Xinhua allowed pregnant and lactating women to be vaccinated domestically. I reported that it was not. I made a vaccine. It even recommends that women postpone their pregnancy for three months after receiving the vaccine.

Residents of mainland China have also been notified by the local community that they need to postpone their pregnancy six months after vaccination. This suggests that Chinese vaccines can have serious side effects on fertility.

Dr. Cheung Wai Lit said the CCP continued to issue new guidelines and principles in the process of implementing large-scale vaccinations in China.

“People who are currently vaccinated actually feel the stones and use the human body for clinical trials across the river,” said Dr. Chan.

Political mandatory vaccination

People are concerned about vaccine safety due to the lack of transparency in China’s vaccine data. There was news that vaccine acceptance was low in Shanghai and other prestigious cities. As of March 27, the vaccination rate in China was only 7%.

Recently, The Epoch Times obtained a document showing that the Chinese Communist Party politicized vaccines and forced people to vaccinate in order to increase vaccination coverage.

This internal document is from the Chongqing Sokon Industry Group, a large private sector company. The title is “Announcement on Strengthening Epidemic Prevention and Management”. The notice stated that “all units must stand in the midst of political consideration, implement rigorously and take responsibility in accordance with the principle that’everyone must accept it’.” I am. “The group will track units and individuals who are unable to proceed with the new COVID vaccination process due to accountability.”

Outside of large companies, the scope of compulsory vaccination with Chinese vaccines is beginning to expand. Liu, a vegetable merchant in the red granite market in Sanya, Hainan, told The Epoch Times that vaccination proof is required to enter the market. “Currently, the entire Sanya is vaccinated. This is mandatory.”

In an interview with a reporter at The Epoch Times, Wu, a human rights lawyer in mainland China, quoted a previous vaccine issue in China as follows: In the past, there were children with disabilities and mental retardation after vaccination. [To develop the vaccines] In such a short time, they knew that the quality was not good, but they were still forced to accept it by more than a billion Chinese. too scary. It really treats people’s lives as a joke. “

Earlier, Ernesto Bustamante, a former director of the Peruvian National Institutes of Health, said on a local television show that China National Pharmaceutical’s Wuhan strain vaccine was 33% effective, while the Beijing strain vaccine was 11.5% effective. I said there is. According to Brazilian data, the effect of Sinovac is reported to be only 50.4%. The frequent outbreaks of defective and fake vaccines in China over the years are even more common and shocking.

In 2018, Changsheng Bio-Tech launched a substandard dose of over 250,000 DTap vaccines, a combination vaccine for infants to develop immunity to diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus. In 2013, hepatitis B vaccine injections often killed babies in southern China. In 2007, a vaccine incident in Shanxi province severely injured or killed nearly 100 children. In 2005, an abnormality in the hepatitis A vaccine in Anhui killed one person and caused 215 side effects.

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