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"How Does the Risk of Serious Side-effects from the AstraZenecca Vaccine Compare with Other Risks?"

Posted on the 19 April 2021 by Markwadsworth @Mark_Wadsworth

Good infographic from the BBC.
For a 25-year old, reducing a 23-in-a-million risk to a 11-in-a-million risk doesn't seem worth the hassle and giving that injection is probably a wasted expense/effort.
Dr John Campbell on YouTube reckons that most of the deaths linked to the jab (primarily in younger adults, especially women) are because it is sometimes inadvertently injected into a blood vessel, not into the muscle. Apparently they don't do the decent thing and pull the syringe back to check.

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