When Once Credibility Has Been Squandered
This may, in fact, be the reality with the COVID-19 vaccines, as Zachary Stieber reports in the Epoch Times:
Investigations so far have shown no link between COVID-19 vaccines and deaths that occurred among people after getting vaccinated, health officials say.
A passive reporting system run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has received 1,170 reports of death among people following a COVID-19 vaccination, as of the latest CDC report on the data, released on Feb. 7.
“CDC and FDA physicians review each case report of death as soon as notified and CDC requests medical records to further assess reports. A review of available clinical information including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records findings revealed no link with vaccination,” the CDC said in a recent update to its webpage concerning post-vaccination adverse events.
Still, after a year of hearing that any death of somebody who tested positive for COVID counted as a COVID-related death, some Americans may be reluctant to credit a detailed review of deaths that seeks to relieve the vaccines of responsibility. In such an environment, one must nearly toss a coin to decide whether headlines like “Miscarriage reports are not proof of Covid-19 vaccine danger to pregnancy” should be taken as a credible insistence on perspective or deliberate disinformation.
(Here are more details on the miscarriages.)
Featured image: Steven Cornfield, “Patient receives Covid-19 vaccine shot.”