April 15, 2024

Uruguay Halts COVID Vaccination For Children Under 13, Judge Wants Government To Turn Over Pfizer Contracts For Review


The following article was written by Guillermo Garat and was published by The Washington Post last July 7, 2022.

According to the report, Uruguay has been forced to stop COVID vaccination for children under 13 after an order from Judge Alejandro Recarey.

Recarey issued the injunction for government officials to present documents relating to contracts signed with vaccine manufacturers. He wants to determine whether there are clauses in the contract which promise civil and criminal immunity due to any adverse reactions from the vaccine. Recarey also wants information on the chemical composition of the shots.

The government said that it cannot produce the documents because they are bound by the confidentiality clause in the contract.

Editor’s Note: This article is a confirmation of what we have been telling people a long time ago. Our governments signed onerous vaccine contracts that put us, citizens, at a disadvantage. [Read Leaked Pfizer contracts show they knew of adverse effects and lack of long-term efficacy of vaccines, Pfizer Controls Health Policy of 110 Countries, CCH Challenges the Duterte Government to Make Public Its Contract with Pfizer to get details on these contracts].

Governments have marketed these COVID shots as “safe and effective” even when the vaccine manufacturers themselves, did not make this assurance. [See Documents reveal FDA and Pfizer knew COVID Vaccine caused Vaccine-Associated Enhanced Disease, US Federal Government Secretly Paid Media to Promote COVID Shots, If COVID vaccines were safe, then why are governments talking about compensation for vaccine injuries, Pfizer Admits To Fraud In Court But Claims It’s Not Fraud Because The Government Was In On It].

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