“We see nothing alarming,” says Norwegian Drug Regulator After 13 Deaths Linked to Pfizer Shot

By Joseph Jankowski

Norway’s national drug regulation agency has responded to alarming data showing 13 deaths have been linked to the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine by saying “we do not see anything alarming” with the figures. Really …?

After launching its Covid-19 immunization program on December 27, the Norwegian response has been like many others so far: get the jabs into as many elderly people as possible. And as RT reports, there have been 23 people that have died shortly after receiving the injections in country’s rushed effort.

13 of those deaths have been linked directly to side effects from the Pfizer vaccine, a statistic that should alarm anyone who was been ‘inoculated’ (for a lack of a better word) with the idea that just one death is one too many in the age of COVID and we must do anything to prevent that from happening.

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Dr. Steinar Madsen of the the Norwegian Medicines Agency appears to find very little to worry about when it comes to the deaths linked to the shot, saying to locals news that:

We do not see anything alarming with these figures. All deaths are in elderly and frail people with underlying diseases.”

In addition to the vaccine connected deaths, 29 adverse reaction reports have been completed in the country, with nine serious adverse reactions and seven minor ones, according to Norway’s VG news.

Since the death and adverse reaction data became public, the Norwegian Public Health Institute has updated its Covid-19 vaccination guidelines, informing those administering the vaccine to be more cautious in regard to who they jab and that it “may be marginal or negligible” for those who are very ill and close to death to get the shot.

The news follows a somewhat perplexing report out of the U.S. showing that residents at one New York nursing home began experiencing COVID-19 related deaths after vaccinations started being administered. Prior, there had been zero COVID related deaths at the care facility.

As we highlighted earlier in the week:

James T. Mulder wrote Saturday at syracuse.com that until December 29 there had been no coronavirus deaths at The Commons. December 29, when deaths of residents with coronavirus began occurring at The Commons, is also, Mulder’s article discloses, seven days days after the nursing home began giving coronavirus vaccinations to residents, with 80 percent of residents so far having been vaccinated.

Over a period of less than two weeks since December 29, Mulder relates that 24 coronavirus-infected residents at the 300-bed nursing home have died.

Is the timing just a strange coincidence?

As noted by journalist Alex Berenson, the CDC has received reports of 307 emergency room visits and 17 “life threatening” events for people who had received the first dose of the 2 dose Pfizer vaccination regimen. This data represents “roughly 50 times the rate of adverse events from the flu vaccine,” reports Breneson.

But let’s all take a step back and relax, there isn’t anything alarming here. Those who have died from the vaccine are only the “elderly and frail” according to Norway’s drug regulators. It’s not like millions of people had their livelihoods sacrificed for lockdowns to protect those exact people in anticipation for the vaccine. Sacrificing the elderly in the rush vaccine experiment must be a part of this new normal they keep shoving down our throats …

Source: Planet Free Will

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