Covid-19 Vaccine and Erectile Dysfunction By Mrs Vera West

I imagine that many a man, drenched in hormone disrupting chemicals, is going to blame the Covid-1984 vaccine for failures in the bedroom. Sad, as Trump, remember him, used to say.

“India is fighting to dispel rumors that two newly-approved coronavirus vaccines can cause erectile dysfunction, but the country’s drug regulator may have overdone it by insisting that the jabs are more than 100-percent safe.

On Sunday, India officially gave the green light to Covishield, a drug developed by the Pune-based Serum Institute based on the AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine, as well as Covaxin, created by Indian pharmaceutical Bharat Biotech. The AstraZeneca jab received emergency approval despite Covishield showing at least 62-percent efficacy, a value considerably lower than competing drugs. There have also been concerns raised about Covaxin. Indian MP Shashi Tharoor claimed that the jab has not been properly tested and suggested its approval was premature.

To make matters worse, the head of India’s Samajwadi (Socialist) Party, Ashutosh Sinha, told local media that he was concerned that the vaccines “might contain something which can cause harm.” He put forward the theory that the jab could be used to “kill/decrease the population” or cause “impotency.” 

Naturally, such utterances from lawmakers did not help to instill trust in the vaccines, and so Dr. Venugopal G. Somani, the Drug Controller General of India, did his best to reassure the public. The senior health official told Indian media that his agency would “never approve anything if there is even the slightest safety concern.” He said that although mild side effects are common in all vaccines, the jabs are “110 percent safe.” Indian news service ANI translated his comments as suggesting that vaccines in general are more than 100 percent safe, while NDTV said he was referring specifically to the newly-approved drugs.” 

Wow, a 110 percent safe! Tell that to health care workers, who already have shown adverse effects, covered in other articles at this site.




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Wednesday, 19 January 2022