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A judge in Uruguay issued an injunction last week that suspends the COVID-19 vaccine for children under the age of 13 while a legal case plays out about the jab’s safety and government contracts.
The case focuses on information about the ingredients of the Pfizer COVID-19 jab and contracts that were signed prior to its approval in the country.
Alejandro Recarey, the judge of the Administrative Litigation Court, said last month that the company should provide documentation on the composition of the vaccine “including the possible presence of ‘graphene oxide’ or ‘nanotechnological elements.’”
The AFP, citing the document, reported that Recarey, the judge who issued the injunction, requested that authorities "explain whether alternative anticovid-19 therapies have been studied" and "if not, clarify why these solutions were not explored."
The anti-vaccine activists who are suing for the information claim Uruguay has failed to provide information about these contracts that could offer Pfizer civil and criminal immunity due to any adverse effects from the jabs, The Associated Press said. The judge has requested the chemical composition of the vaccines.
We have reported extensively on the COVID-19 vaccine and how the drug was rushed to the marketplace. (See “YOU ARE WRONG IF YOU BELIEVE ALL VACCINES ARE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE,” and “PFIZER: DRUG DEALERS ON PARADE.”)
Uruguay called the judge’s decision a threat to public health, and said these vaccines will continue to be administered to those over the age of 13.
TRENDPOST: The Trends Journal has been a leader in reporting on the dangerous adverse events of COVID vaccines. (See our many Vaccine “Fast Facts” articles dating back to early February 2021, when data from the COVID vaccine rollouts began coming into the VAERS database.)
Little wonder that Pfizer and the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention tried to block information concerning COVID vaccine “Warp Speed” development and trials from being released to the public for 75 years.
Many would call that cover-up attempt criminal.
The AFP reported that the court will require the explanation as to whether studies have been "aiming to explain the notorious increase in deaths from COVID-19 as of March 2021 in relation to the previous year.”
"Very especially, Pfizer will be instructed to state within 48 hours—with the provision of documentary data if applicable—if the company has admitted (...) the verification of adverse effects of vaccines against the so-called COVID-19. In general, and also in detail regarding the child population," the report said, citing the document.
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