Mar 13, 2021 -- 1:14PM, Jumping-cuckoo-monk wrote:
^ a general point, not aimed at anyone specifically ^^
That's a quick 'Ali Shuffle'
Mar 14, 2021 -- 6:30AM, Foinavon wrote:
A load of wishy-washy diddums, I thought the Irish had more backbone.
Who put a penny in this c*nt?
Mar 13, 2021 -- 6:05AM, Johnny The Guesser wrote:
This information does not represent an overview of the potential side effects associated with the vaccines. A list of the recognised adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccines is provided in the information for healthcare professionals and the recipient information here. These can also be found on the Coronavirus Yellow Card reporting site. Conclusions on the safety and risks of the vaccines cannot be made on the data shown in the Print alone.When viewing the vaccine analysis print you should remember that:Reporters are asked to submit Yellow Card reports even if they only have a suspicion that the medicine may have caused the adverse reaction. The existence of an adverse reaction report in the print does not necessarily mean that the vaccine has caused the suspected reaction.It may be difficult to tell the difference between something that has occurred naturally and a suspected adverse reaction. Sometimes these events can be part of the condition being treated rather than being caused by the vaccine.Many factors have to be considered when assessing whether the vaccine has caused a reported adverse reaction. When monitoring the safety of vaccines and medicines, MHRA staff carry out careful analysis of these factors.
There we go.
Mar 16, 2021 -- 11:09AM, Facts wrote: