The European Medicines Agency (EMA) said today that severe allergic reactions should be added to the possible side effects of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, after links were found in a number of cases in Britain.
The EU regulator said that it had “recommended an update to the product information to include anaphylaxis and hypersensitivity (allergic reactions) as side effects”.
In an EMA committee meeting, where drugs are regularly assessed, the regulator stated that; “The update is based on a review of 41 reports of possible anaphylaxis seen among around 5 million vaccinations in the United Kingdom.
After careful review of the data, (the committee) considered that a link to the vaccine was likely in at least some of these cases.”
UK residents who have become ill after having their vaccine can report it via the Yellow Card scheme. https://yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk/
On yesterday’s Richie Allen Show, Sally Beck and Jacqui Deevoy, two accomplished and vastly experienced journalists, whose bylines have appeared in every newspaper in the country, told me that Fleet Street editors do not want to hear about vaccine injuries or deaths.
The women have uncovered a number of cases where seniors have died of heart failure a short time after having their jab. It’s astonishing that two reputable writers cannot get their stories published. Are we to conclude that the British Press has been warned off reporting covid vaccine injuries?
Here’s a link to the show. Jacqui Deevoy and Sally Beck join me around one hour in. https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/richieallen/episodes/2021-03-11T11_37_50-08_00