UK to deploy “resuscitation facilities” in coronavirus vaccination centers to treat wave of allergic reactions caused by vaccines

Dr Eddy Betterman

The United Kingdom has confirmed that it will deploy “resuscitation facilities” in coronavirus vaccination centers. The National Health Service (NHS) confirmed the move Dec. 9 after two healthcare workers suffered allergic reactions, following their immunization with the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine on the first day of its distribution the day before. Pfizer’s BNT162b2 vaccine made in partnership with German company BioNTech was the first jab against the Wuhan coronavirus approved in the country.

In line with the adverse reactions, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) issued “precautionary advice” discouraging people who have a “history of significant reaction” to medicines, foods or vaccines from taking the COVID-19 vaccine. An earlier NHS safety warning advised pregnant and lactating women to avoid the vaccine as its effects on fertility are “unknown.”

The new NHS advice stated: “Resuscitation facilities should be available at all times for all vaccinations. Vaccination should only be carried out in facilities where resuscitation measures are available. NHS England and NHS Improvement spokesman Matthew Edwards told Breitbart London Dec. 8 that “vaccination hubs all follow the guidelines set by the MHRA.”

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12 thoughts on “UK to deploy “resuscitation facilities” in coronavirus vaccination centers to treat wave of allergic reactions caused by vaccines

    • In my view, 1 tawnysstranger, they are extremely lucky no one has died of anaphylaxis thus far. Scientists will have warned them against including groups (ie those with prior allergies) they excluded from vaccine trials.

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    • interesting. just had a chance to talk to a nurse who got the pfiser vaccine yesterday. her daughter, also a nurse, got vaccinated day before big . no adverse effects. asked if shes heard of covid deaths. she says there has been many. some clinics overcrowded. i live in a pretty big city.

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      • The problem I see is that many deaths related to influenza (which miraculously disappeared in 2020) and other respiratory viruses (and deaths related to shootings, motor vehicle accidents, etc) are being recorded as Covid deaths this year. In part because they are using a totally unreliable test for diagnosing Covid (the RT-PCR).

        The reality is that it is mainly these respiratory viruses that kill off frail people over 70 – and now they’re all being labeled as Covid deaths. I trust the international epidemiologists (including several here in NZ) who are saying the overall death rate increased slightly in 2020 mainly due to unusually low mortality rates due to influenza in 2018 and 2019 (leaving an unusually high number of frail elderly people).

        I think people over 70 have approximately the same risk of dying from Covid that they do from influenza. I think there is a slightly higher risk of dying from Covid in middle aged people with comorbidities (diabetes, obesity, asthma, high blood pressure, etc) but that people under 70 with no chronic conditions have virtually no risk of dying from it.

        I also agree with studies showing that prophylactic treatment with Vit D reduces Covid deaths, as does early treatment of Covid symptoms with Vit D, hydroxychloroquine + zinc, dexamethasone, and Ivermectin.

        In other words, doctors are diagnosing Covid and sending people home until they get sick enough to be hospitalized. By that time it’s often too late.

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