The Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA) recently released a long-awaited report on side effects of CCP virus vaccines reported by the public. Although the data are now presented to people, their reliability is controversial. Many questioned the AIFA, “the real number of side effects after vaccination, including serious ones, is much higher.”
Professor Alberto Donzelli , a specialist in health and preventive medicine and member of the Independent Scientific Medical Commission (CMSI), has pointed the finger at the AIFA and its data after months of futile calls for a comparison with the Council of Science and Technology (CTS). A dispute that starts from the data of the V-Safe active surveillance program in the United States, designed specifically to monitor adverse reactions. Comparing these numbers, it was noted that our Drug Agency have “underestimated side effects by 640 times.”
Donzelli explained, “If we only consider the hospitalizations resulting from serious reactions in the Italian population, it is estimated that there were about 14,000 people after the first dose of Pfizer or Moderna and 18,000 after the second. And there would be no count of hospitalizations after the booster.” Therefore, according to the professor, people should ask themselves why there are so few reports in this country, compared to other countries instead of supporting the AIFA and its victorious tone.
Finally, truly reliable data on the consequences of vaccination in children are still lacking: those between 5 and 11 years old began to be immunized on December 15th, but the AIFA numbers stop at December 26th. Therefore, it is impossible to know, at the moment, what is the actual rate of side effects found in younger people. In the meantime, however, we will continue to work with the authorities.
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