As a result of emergency use authorizations and rapid rollout of vaccination programs abridging standard clinical trials, Danish scientists reviewed 52 batches of the Pfizer COVID-19 shot and found variations between them regarding the number of severe adverse events (SAE) reported after injection.
The study, published March 30 in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation, showed that out of nearly eight million COVID-19 shot doses administered in Denmark from December 2020 to January 2022, there were nearly 69,000 suspected adverse events across 52 different shot batches. In addition, more than 14,000 of those suspected events were classified as severe. The study used data available from the Danish Medical Agency, and other reporting systems, all akin to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) used in the U.S.
The study showed a correlation between higher SAE occurrences according to a person’s batch number of those receiving two mRNA COVID-19 shot doses.
Dr. Peter McCullough, an internist, epidemiologist, and one of the most published cardiologists in America, with over 1,000 publications and 660 citations in the National Library of Medicine, explained the Danish study found that “71% of serious adverse events came from 4.2% of doses.” McCullough noted that with more side effects associated with just a small percentage of the doses means the majority of COVID shot risks reside in the shot itself rather than the person receiving it.
“These are critically important results,” said McCullough. “They imply the COVID-19 vaccine debacle is indeed a product problem and not due to patient susceptibility in most circumstances. Additionally, the lack of inspections has led to a safety disaster. Some unfortunate patients are getting too much mRNA, contaminants, or both and thus are exposed to damaging and in some cases, lethal injections.”
The researchers were clear to underscore that more research is necessary to confirm their results. The authors stated, “In conclusion, the results suggest the existence of a batch-dependent safety signal for the BNT162b2 vaccine, and more studies are warranted to explore this preliminary observation and its consequences.”
Dr. Jessica Rose, a COVID-19 researcher and expert in molecular biology and biochemistry, stated that there is “lot-to-lot and even vial-to-vial variation.”
“[The authors] claim that further investigations of this lot-to-lot variation need to be done, and I couldn’t agree more,” said Rose. “The manner in which this is done is important. I commend the authors for providing this evidence and I believe that we must examine the contents of the vials directly as an obvious next step. And then, once we have a better idea of which batches are contaminated and how they are contaminated, for example, then we can cross-reference these batches back to deaths and other SAEs to more precisely define why people are experiencing a variety of adverse events.”
In addition, toxic contamination of COVID-19 shot batches and even individual vials has previously occurred. In 2021, Japan recalled three batches of the Moderna COVID mRNA shot totaling more than 1.6 million doses due to finding 39 vials contaminated with stainless steel particles.
Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mat Staver said, “The medical literature is catching up and exposing the human cost and damage done by these harmful injections. As scientists and researchers continue this important work, we expect more studies in the near future that validate the dangers of the COVID-19 shots. They have never been safe nor effective.”