Severe allergic reactions to the Covid-19 vaccine, China who gave us this to bring down Trump, and America, is blocking investigations, surprise, surprise, and thus, all of this is, according to one expert virologist, the greatest hoax of all time. Well, that is debatable, given that there are so many volumes of hoaxes. In fact, most of our “reality” is a hoax.

“Federal health officials have announced that severe allergic reactions to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are happening at a higher rate than similar reactions to flu vaccines.

This announcement was made by health officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), who came out with a study, published in the journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, saying that the allergic reactions, known as anaphylaxis, are happening at a rate of 11.1 per million doses administered. Seventy-one percent of the reactions are occurring within half an hour of vaccination. On the other hand, flu vaccines are only estimated to cause 1.3 cases per million doses.

CDC insists coronavirus vaccines are still safe

Despite the fact that people are multiple times more likely to get an allergic reaction to a coronavirus vaccine than the flu vaccine, CDC officials still want to call the incident very rare.

“The anaphylaxis rate for COVID-19 vaccines may seem high compared to flu vaccines, but I want to reassure you, this is still a rare outcome,” said Dr. Nancy Messonnier during a call with reporters. Messonnier is the director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.

“It’s still a good value proposition,” she added. “Even if the rate is higher than what we see after routine immunizations, anaphylaxis still remains rare.”

Despite the reassurance, Messonnier said that the CDC has been constantly updating its recommendations as allergic reactions and other “adverse events” are reported.

The CDC has further advised people who experience an allergic reaction to the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to not get the second dose. Health workers who administer the vaccines have also been directed to observe anyone with a history of anaphylaxis or a history of allergic reactions to vaccines for at least 30 minutes after they are vaccinated. 

CDC messaging regarding the matter of vaccinations for people with a history of allergic reactions has also been very confusing. While they stress that the benefits of getting vaccinated far outweigh the risks, they have warned people with a history of allergic reactions to any of the components in the vaccines to not get them.

“Our vaccine safety systems haven’t picked up any worrisome signals,” claims Messonnier. “This means that right now the known and potential benefits of the current COVID-19 vaccines outweigh the known and potential risks of getting the COVID-19.”

“That does not mean, however, that we couldn’t see potential serious health events in the future.”

The CDC and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have issued emergency-use authorizations for big pharma companies that have developed coronavirus vaccines, like Moderna and Pfizer. They are reviewing the data regarding serious adverse events and are trying to disprove the fact that there is a connection between them and the vaccines. Messonnier herself believes that the reactions could be “coincidental.”

Messonnier also briefly addressed reports that many healthcare workers are considering not getting vaccinated, saying that it was definitely concerning.

“It makes it exceedingly important that we get the correct information to healthcare workers and we quickly dispense with misinformation. We need them not only to protect themselves, but to educate their patients so everyone understands these vaccines… have a good safety profile, they are working and they … can help us end the pandemic.”

“China has blocked a team of scientists investigating the Wuhan coronavirus’s origins from entering the country. According to Chinese officials, the visas of the World Health Organization (WHO) team had not yet been approved. The WHO has been trying to send a team consisting of global health experts from different countries for some months now.

WHO Health Emergencies Program Executive Director Dr. Mike Ryan said the WHO team had been working very closely with Chinese colleagues to make the trip possible. “We were all operating on the understanding that the team will begin deployment [on Jan. 5.] We did not want to put people in the air unnecessarily if there wasn’t a guarantee of their arrival in China being successful,” he explained.

Two team members coming from a long distance had already begun their trip – until it had become clear that Chinese authorities did not approve their visas. One of the two experts had gone back, while the other was still in a third country in transit. The team hoped it was “just a logical and bureaucratic issue that can be resolved very quickly.”

The mission aimed to visit the eastern Chinese city of Wuhan to investigate the earliest case of COVID-19. The WHO had been talking to Chinese officials since July 2020 to facilitate the team’s probe in China. A number of scientists have been looking at how the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen jumped from animals to humans. However, the WHO mission will not look into the claim that the virus originated from a laboratory.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus steps in

WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus expressed his dismay over the matter. “I’m very disappointed with this news, given that two team members have already begun their journeys and others were not able to travel at the last minute,” he commented.

Nevertheless, Tedros has called on China to allow the team in. He said: “I have been in contact with senior Chinese officials … [and] have once again made it clear that the mission is a priority for the WHO and the international team.”

Ryan confirmed Tedros’ intervention: “Dr. Tedros has taken immediate action and has spoken with senior Chinese officials, and has fully impressed upon them the absolute critical nature of this.” The WHO health emergencies program executive director commented that the organization’s director-general had “expressed very clearly” the disappointment over the denied visas to Chinese counterparts. He continued: “We trust that in good faith, we can solve these issues in the coming hours and recommence the deployment of the team as urgently as possible.”

“An expert virologist, pathologist and former chairman of a prominent medical association in Canada told officials in the province of Alberta that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a great hoax. This is why policies and mandates regarding face masks, social distancing and destructive economic lockdowns “should all stop tomorrow.”

On Nov. 13, city councilors in Alberta’s provincial capital of Edmonton met to discuss the possibility of extending the city’s mask mandate for public places to the end of the year. Listeners of the meeting were allowed to phone in to discuss their support or opposition to the mandate. One of the people who called in was Dr. Roger Hodkinson.

Hodkinson introduced himself as a former chairman of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada’s Examination Committee in Pathology and the CEO of Western Medical Assessments, a biotechnology company that manufactures COVID-19 tests and which has offices in Edmonton and North Carolina.

Hodkinson is also a certified general pathologist, a fellow in the College of American Pathologists and is recognized by the Court of Queen’s Bench in Alberta as an expert in pathology. 

“There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians,” said Hodkinson, who made it very clear he was against mask mandates and any attempt to continue or strengthen the lockdowns.

Hodkinson continued by calling the coronavirus pandemic “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.” He added that he firmly believes that COVID-19 was “just another bad flu.”

“Positive test results do not, underlined in neon, mean a clinical infection,” he added, stating that many people who have COVID-19 but are asymptomatic should stop “driving public hysteria” around the virus because it is leading to more lives being ruined by mask mandates and economic lockdowns.”