According to the New Zealand Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Authority (MedSafe) recent vaccine safety report, the Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring (CARM) has received 37 reports of deaths following the Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccination.
Conversely, COVID-19, or the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus, has caused 27 deaths in New Zealand since 2020.
In other words, the CCP virus vaccine is linked to more deaths than the virus itself.
MedSafe, the medical regulatory body run by the New Zealand Ministry of Health, published the vaccine situation update on August 21, 2021.
The report states that collaborative medical assessments between Medsafe and CARM show that one post-vaccination death was likely caused by vaccine-induced myocarditis. According to their investigation, five deaths were not assessed due to insufficient information, 12 cases are still under investigation, and 19 of the deaths are probably not related to the vaccine. However, MedSafe has not disclosed the causes of the post-vaccination deaths and whether a Coroner examined all of the cases.
“By chance, some people will experience new illnesses or die from a pre-existing condition shortly after vaccination, especially if they are elderly. Therefore, part of our review process includes comparing natural death rates to observed death rates following vaccination to determine if there are any specific trends or patterns that might indicate a vaccine safety concern,” MedSafe added.
Based on seven cases reported to CARM, the report also mentions thrombocytopenia (low blood platelet count) as a possible vaccine safety issue.
“The data was presented to the COVID-19 Vaccine Independent Safety Monitoring Board (CV-ISMB) and there was consensus that there is insufficient evidence to suspect that the Comirnaty vaccine causes thrombocytopenia. Medsafe will continue to monitor through the usual safety monitoring processes.”
Another MedSafe site page on COVID-19 therapeutic products states it is not clear whether vaccination will prevent or reduce transmission of COVID-19:
“At this stage, we do not know if vaccination prevents or reduces transmission of COVID-19.”
The page was last updated on July 15, 2021.
Meanwhile, an archived June manual from the American Red Cross titled “COVID-19 Vaccine Blood Donation Guide for Donors” states COVID-19 vaccine recipients are not eligible to donate convalescent plasma (blood plasma containing antibodies against a disease). Plasma is the liquid portion of blood that carries the red and white blood cells and platelets.
“One of the Red Cross requirements for plasma from routine blood and platelet donations that test positive for high-levels of antibodies to be used as convalescent plasma is that it must be from a donor that has not received a COVID-19 vaccine. This is to ensure that antibodies collected from donors have sufficient antibodies directly related to their immune response to a COVID-19 infection and not just the vaccine, as antibodies from an infection and antibodies from a vaccine are not the same,” reads the document.
In other words, the vaccine causes non-natural spike antibodies, which cannot assist the natural human immune response.
The Red Cross discontinued its convalescent plasma donation program after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced COVID-19 vaccinated individuals can donate convalescent plasma.
MedSafe. (August 21, 2021). Adverse events following immunisation with COVID-19 vaccines: Safety Report #25 – 21 August 2021.
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