Thursday, June 17, 2021

Covid 42, Vaccine budget, injuries

How much really is the PH government budget for vaccination?

This is from DOF Sec. Sonny Dominguez in a pre-SONA briefing, September 24, 2021.

And from a DOH document.

‘P25 billion additional vaccine budget too much’
Paolo Romero - June 9, 2021 - 12:00am

Budget Secretary Wendell Avisado earlier said the government needs an additional P25 billion on top of the P82.5 billion allocated for vaccine procurement under the Bayanihan to Recover As One Act or Bayanihan 2.

“Based on the arithmetic I did, the P107.5 billion is way too much for buying the vaccines needed to achieve herd immunity – unless they know something we don’t. But the bottom line is, it is not their money, it’s the public’s. I can only hope the excess amount will not go to corruption,” Sen. Panfilo Lacson said.

‘No sticky fingers’ in vaccine purchase – senators 
Paolo Romero - June 17, 2021 - 12:00am 

(Drilon) said the price range of $6.75 to $27.59 per dose of vaccine being procured by the government are within range, based on his own research of worldwide pricing, with the cost of CoronaVac of Sinovac Biotech as the cheapest, and Moderna from the US the most expensive.

The observations came after the Senate committee of the whole held an inquiry on Tuesday to look into the government’s spending of the vaccine budget and hear MalacaƱang’s justification for its request from Congress for at least an additional P85 billion next year to procure more vaccines for young Filipinos and booster shots for adults.


Philippine FDA reports 79,166 adverse events, 91 deaths following COVID vaccination 
May 24, 2021

Spike Protein & Immune Escape - Dr Robert Malone (Inventor mRNA Vaccines), PhD
Bret Weinstein &Steve 
Jun 11, 2021 (15 minutes) 

Summary :

The immune escape variants issue due to mass vaccination is confirmed with data.

They didn't expect the spike proteins to move from the muscle in the arm and travel to other parts of the body but they did, especially to the ovaries and bone marrow.

The spike proteins in the bone marrow could possibly lead people to developing leukaemia which can take up to 9 years before it surfaces.

The spike proteins can also lead to reactivation of latent viruses within the body eg shingles.

B.1.1.7 and B.1.351 SARS-CoV-2 variants display enhanced Spike-mediated fusion 
Maaran Michael Rajah, Mathieu Hubert, Elodie Bishop, Nell Saunders, Remy Robinot, Ludivine Grzelak,… 

B.1.1.7 and B.1.351 variants remain sensitive to innate immunity components. The mutations present in the two variants globally enhance viral fusogenicity and allow for antibody evasion.

Think Twice Before Giving the COVID Vax to Healthy Kids 
— Based on the data to date, there's no compelling case for it right now
by Martin Makary MD, MPH, Editor-in-Chief, MedPage Today   June 10, 2021

But given the case-report level rarity of a healthy child dying of COVID-19, I would not recommend a two-dose vaccine regimen for a healthy child ages 0 to 12 years until we have more data. Each parent will have to assess their own child's individual risk, but in my opinion, the case to vaccinate young healthy kids is not compelling right now.

SHOCKING JUMP in Vaccine Deaths Reported This Week at CDC-Linked VAERS Tracking Website 
By Jim Hoft   June 12, 2021 at 9:17am 

The number of deaths linked to vaccines this year has absolutely skyrocketed. According to the CDC’s own data, in 2021 n the first 3 months, the VAERS website recorded over 1,750 deaths due to vaccines in the US. 
That number is now at 5,997.

CDC claims COVID-19 kills 'healthy young children' as doctors push back on vaccinating kids 
Authorities should worry about worsening vaccine hesitancy by pushing low-risk kids to get jabbed, med school professors warn.
By Greg Piper   Updated: June 13, 2021 - 11:11am

"In reviewing the medical literature and news reports, and in talking to pediatricians across the country, I am not aware of a single healthy child in the U.S. who has died of COVID-19 to date," the Johns Hopkins University professor of medicine and public health (Marty Makary) said Thursday.

New Study Determines People Who’ve Had COVID-19 Don’t Need to Get Vaccinated

Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic say that people who’ve already had COVID-19 may not necessarily benefit from vaccination.

They said that people with prior infection had similar protection to those who were fully vaccinated.

There were 52,238 individuals included in the study. Of the 2,579 people who’d previously had COVID-19, 1,359 were unvaccinated.

The remaining 49,659 individuals hadn’t previously had COVID-19, and 22,777 of them were vaccinated.

The individuals were tracked from December 2020 to May 2021, during which time none of the 2,579 people who’d already had COVID-19 (including the 1,359 who remained unvaccinated) contracted the virus.

According to the findings, vaccination significantly lowers the risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection among people who haven’t already had COVID-19 — but not necessarily among people who have already had it.

See also:
Covid 39, Call To Action vs Corruption, Lockdowns and COVID-19, May 26, 2021 
Covid 40, Some reported vaccine adverse reactions, PH vax budget, June 06, 2021 
Covid 41, Testimonies on Ivermectin use, support for Cebu Gov. Gwen Garcia, June 16, 2021.

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