May 25, 2024

Countries report increased cases after using Sinovac vaccine


The following article was written by Eva Zhao and was published by the Epoch Times Singapore Edition on April 4, 2021.

In this article, Zhao uncovers the discrepancies in the reporting of adverse effects following immunization (AEFI) in Hong Kong. She says that Chinese authorities are not recording and reporting deaths and adverse impacts of the vaccines. Zhao also asserts that a marked increase in COVID infections can be observed, not only in Hong Kong, but in other countries which chose Sinovac. Some of these countries include Turkey, Chile, and Pakistan. Some of these countries have reimposed lockdowns and curfews to control the spread of the virus.

According to Zhao, released data for Phase I and Phase II clinical studies of the Sinovac vaccine show that the rate of adverse reactions is around 20% only. Dr. Yong Yuhong, a virologist and chief medical officer at a Swiss Biotech company, questions why Sinovac produced the same ratio of side effects as the placebo shot. Zhao also revealed how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is forcing people to vaccinate.

Towards the end of the article, Zhao gives a run down of several Chinese-made vaccines which were known to be harmful. She added to this list the substandard DTap vaccine from Changsheng Biotechnology released in 2018, the Hepatitis B vaccine which caused infant deaths in 2013, the Shanxi vaccine which nearly killed and disabled children in 2007, and the hepatitis A vaccine which led to 1 death and 215 adverse reactions in 2005.

Editor’s Note: We see from this article that the Philippines is not a unique case. Two weeks after the start of vaccination in the country, COVID infection skyrocketed. Could this be another Sinovac incident?

We will also see from the article that Philippine agencies tasked to monitor and assess vaccine adverse reactions employ the same tactic as those of China. The denial of link between vaccine and adverse effect is automatic, as if it was predetermined. With the history of dangerous vaccines coming from China, we can only guess what the future holds as most Filipinos who choose to be vaccinated will probably be receiving Sinovac [Nicanor’s podcast discusses the dangers of Sinovac, check out Episode 1: Is Sinovac safe? Should I vaccinate?]

On the other hand, we might say that the rise in cases may not actually be due to the vaccine, but rather, due to the use of an overly-sensitive RT-PCR test. Though the Department of Health has not released an official statement revealing the exact cycle threshold (CT) being used in the country, we know that it is beyond the recommended CT of 35. With CTs this high, the test will detect even inactive virus fragments found in the Sinovac vaccine [see Faulty COVID-19 tests: Why prisoners love their jailers and never-ending lockdowns. Also see the article categories Are The Tests Really Accurate? and RT-PCR and Testing Pandemic to better understand the problem with PCR testing.]

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