The National Archives reported on May 14 that the percentage of federal health care professionals receiving vaccinations is much lower than previously thought, with both Dr. Antoney Fauci, Biden’s medical advisor, and Peter Marks of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) admitting that the number of their employees who choose not to vaccinate is close to half. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky sidestepped the issue.
Federal Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) asked, “This is a question I would ask Dr. Fauci, Dr. Marks and Dr. Walensky, what percentage of your employees at Dr. Fauci’s institute, the FDA and the CDC are vaccinated?”
Fauci said, “I’m not 100 percent sure, Senator, but I think it’s probably a little more than half, probably around 60 percent.”
Marks said, “I can’t tell you the exact number, but it may be in the same range where some people at our institutions are vaccinated, but others are not.”
Without directly answering questions, Valensj said, “We encourage our employees to get vaccinated, we’ve been doing educational seminars, and our employees have the option to report whether they’ve been vaccinated or not, but it’s not mandatory by the federal government, so we don’t know the exact percentage yet.”
The medical community’s suspicions about the CCP virus vaccine are not limited to the United States, the National Archives said. Earlier this year, the Norwegian Institute of Public health (NIPH) recommended that the government stop using vaccines from Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca, citing side effects, such as causing blood clots, which have already claimed the lives of several Norwegians.