Documents that Pfizer, maker of one of the mRNA COVID shots, released under New Zealand's Freedom of Information Act show that Pfizer not only knew shortly before the rollout of its vaccines that there was "a large increase" in reported adverse events, but that the company also believed the events were probably underreported.
Up until that point, New Zealand was only aware of 21 possible side effects, all of them considered "minor." But Pfizer's report shows more than 100, and that means that possibly thousands of problems after the shot that were attributed to unrelated medical events and even as psychosomatic, may indeed have been due to the shot.
"Many of the new 100+ listed new adverse event types now released by Pfizer in this 38-page document pose long term risks to health," Guy Hatchard, of the Daily Telegraph, said. "Until very recently, the document was being withheld by Pfizer, who maintained it should be kept confidential. There is a strong possibility that very large numbers of New Zealanders will suffer long term injury as a result."
SOURCE: Daily Telegraph December 5, 2021