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Vaccination queue and side effects

Torleif Dønnestad
Torleif Dønnestad
Dønnestad is a system developer.
CHRONICLE / What do we actually know about something as vital as the serious side effects of Covid vaccines?


Verbal civil war between partially and unvaccinated on the one hand and triple vaccinated with risk factors on the other, was hardly the intention when FHI launched the famous graphics, which spread like omicron on a fully vaccinated Christmas table. Nor the delta infection respected as known the vaccines, so peer-reviewed research and analyzes in the oral cavity of infected vaccinated have shown. And possibly the FHI graphics – and the lightning mob, which the media willingly allowed themselves to be besieged by – have frightened and pushed a lot into the vaccination queue.

But the process has also created a countercurrent of vaccinated people who have had enough of the absurdities, and stepped out of the queue. Disbelief that both bullying and the media give a damn about both normal ethics and fundamental logic, and suggests a curfew, fines, refusal of treatment and punishment for those who have often with good reason opted out of number one, two or three. At the same time, you hear heartbreaking stories about those who suffer from incurable myocarditis after the last sting, with a heart that grows and grows without the health service being able to do any worldly things – and that parts of the mob just laugh at the side effects. Janus faces that in a superhuman way use the public as a tee, at the same time as they wish their loved ones a peaceful and dazzling white Christmas.

The heat

For them, it also makes no difference whether the agitated live the most core healthy and ethical life, with an exceptionally low risk of both a serious covid course – and of otherwise becoming a burden in the health care system. Significantly lower than the risk of serious breakthrough infection by severely obese, who have been happy to develop diabetes or other lifestyle-related diseases as well. Precarious case information like this is supplanted by the most angry keyboard riders – perhaps because the information threatens to obliterate their own or their peers' alibi?

In addition, the obvious is forgotten: That covid make up narrow 3 percent of the admissions. And that the correct and obvious addressee of the criticism is our elected representatives, as for years – against our own reports, contingency plansand risk assessments – has hesitated to build up capacity. But just as important: Changing governments have also failed to implement effective preventive public health measures. The passive "one pill solves everything" mentality unfortunately triggers first and foremost the success of the pharmaceutical industry – at a time when prescribed drugs have managed to become third most common cause of death.

Here we are then over to the content of the graphics above, which FHI's graphics are missing. 1544 vaccinated (41 out of 100) under the age of 000 have, according to figures from the Norwegian Medicines Agency, have become so acutely ill from side effects from the vaccine, that they have had to be hospitalized. Those over the age of 75 – who may be nursing home patients who are covid-treated at the nursing home – have been removed. This factor has little significance for the result (which would otherwise have given 42 admissions per 100.000), since the cases are reasonably evenly distributed among the age groups. But has FHI deducted nursing home patients who are not treated in hospital anyway, from the total number they are based on when they calculate the proportion of vaccinated inpatients per 100.000? And what about those closer to ten percent of the population that has achieved strong and broad natural immunity? Yes, these have received one dose of vaccine, they are considered by FHI as "vaccinated", and their powerful immunity is thus taken as income for the benefits of the vaccine.

Should that be tolerable?

As with truths in war, possibly sober perspectives have evaporated in the heat of battle. Have they realized by witch-hunt that 24 inpatients per 100.000 unvaccinated make up less than one patient in a medium-sized city like Bodø, or 4 people in Trondheim – as well as that new unvaccinated outside the risk groups that have "flocked to" the intensive care units in the last four weeks are two people per county. Should it be tolerable, or should the "core healthy" be put on a burning pile of wood as soon as possible?

There are also uncritical claims that unvaccinated people should be more contagious, even if this has no support in peer-reviewed research, and questionable support in theory (here the risk of asymptomatic infection from vaccinated people who are not aware that they are ill is undercommunicated) and empirical evidence ( for example by nursing homes are connected 25 of 32 outbreaks, and 15 of 16 deaths, to a vaccinated source of infection – 78 and 94 percent, respectively).

When one feels a kind of satisfaction of hate-like rhetoric…

How about enjoying Christmas as a whole nation, without fussing over each other's calories, living habits or vaccine passes? How about finding peace and care in the hearts of everyone in the world who has bigger problems – who are oppressed and have to fight for survival every single day?
And before you get your fingers drumming over the keyboard – whether you agree or disagree – why not read How Attitudes Change Kristian Kise Haugland's reflections: "Can what you comment on tonight stand, the light of day tomorrow?" Everything you share online remains a part of eternity. When one feels a kind of satisfaction of hate-like rhetoric, and gropes for the symbol of like or heart, then it may be wise to wonder?

I encourage FHI, journalists and media personalities to call Christmas in with Kise Haugland's words, and to meet 2022 with an unwavering intention to build up public health, rather than break it down. In respect of medical ethics' "nil nocere" principle of never harming, and with a obvious requirements (see image below) to Pfizer and the other secret agents to immediately release the data from their clinical trials. So that we actually know, and do not think, about something as vital as serious side effects – which also affect those with a sky-high probability of a mild covid course. It is not at all certain that it is wise or ethical to pressure them to take the vaccine, neither in the light of today nor tomorrow.

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