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COVID-19 vaccine: British authorities expect high number of side effects

Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) is a multilingual online service of the European Union. The job of Tenders Electronic Daily is to advertise public contracts. Tenders Electronic Daily is part of the Publications Office of the European Union.

A tender from the Medical Licensing and Supervisory Authority for Drugs in Great Britain (MHRA) is currently on this platform . Here is the text:

The MHRA urgently seeks an Artificial Intelligence (AI) software tool to process the expected high volume of Covid-19 vaccine Adverse Drug Reaction (ADRs) and ensure that no details from the ADRs’ reaction text are missed.”

The order is worth 1.5 million pounds sterling (GBP) excluding VAT. That is currently 26 million CAD.

Further information can be found in Section IV of the tender. There it says:

“… it is not possible to retrofit the MHRA’s legacy systems to handle the volume of ADRs that will be generated by a Covid-19 vaccine. Therefore, if the MHRA does not implement the AI ​​tool, it will be unable to process these ADRs effectively. This will hinder its ability to rapidly identify any potential safety issues with the Covid-19 vaccine and represents a direct threat to patient life and public health.”

Conclusions

The fact that this process has become public can be seen as a veritable “industrial accident” that will hit the vaccination industry hard.

The UK Medical Regulatory and Regulatory Authority tender confirms fears that a brand new vaccine being rushed through approval without being tested as long and thoroughly as is usually the case poses a risk for the user.

This fact must not be kept secret from people so that each individual can make a responsible decision about what he or she is more afraid of as a healthy person:

The risk of a corona infection with a serious outcome or, possibly dangerous side effects of the vaccine.

Under no circumstances should the population be forced, not even indirectly, to be vaccinated.

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