Vaccines on the mainland can hardly be said to be effective and safe Did senior Chinese Communist Party officials get them?

The wind of giving away money and eggs to entice people to get the Wuhan virus vaccine around the mainland has also blown to Hong Kong. Recently, a real estate developer in Hong Kong announced the donation of brand new residential units worth HK$10 million to be offered to vaccinated Hong Kong residents in a lucky draw to encourage more people to get vaccinated. Information shows that as of May 29, only 20% of Hong Kong people had received their first dose and less than 15% had completed their second dose. What is it that makes Hong Kong people’s desire to get vaccinated not so high? Apparently doubts about the effectiveness and safety of vaccines, especially those from mainland China.

Two types of vaccines are currently available in Hong Kong, the inactivated vaccine “Keraflex” from Kexing Holdings and the messenger RNA vaccine “Fibrate” from Fuxin Pharmaceuticals and the German pharmaceutical company BioNTexh. According to data from early June, there have been 80 cases of death after vaccination and at least 23 other miscarriages. Obviously, the suspicions of the Hong Kong people are not empty.

The effectiveness and safety of Chinese vaccines is also questionable, as evidenced by a report from JP Morgan Chase, which released a report on June 11 on its website, “Vaccination Update,” which shows the change in the number of new diagnoses per 7 days in 18 countries after vaccination in Europe, the United States and China, respectively. According to the report, the number of confirmed cases per 7 days in Seychelles, Uruguay, Maldives, Bahrain, Argentina, Chile, UAE, Hungary, and Namibia dropped only in Hungary after the Chinese vaccination, while the number of confirmed cases in other countries increased rather than decreased, with Bahrain, Maldives, and Seychelles being the three most serious countries. In Chile, the population has reached 75% of the first vaccination, and even more than half of the people have received two doses, but the capital city is again rumored to be closed.

In addition, in Guangzhou, where the recent outbreak has been severe, the vaccination rate has also reached 66%, but among the newly infected, there are still vaccinated people infected.

In this regard, Shao Yiming, a researcher at the Chinese CDC and advisor to the World Health Organization’s Vaccine Research and Development Committee, gave the explanation that there are indeed cases where people still get infected after being vaccinated. He explained that the protective effect of the vaccine can be divided into three levels: primary prevention is to prevent infection, which can protect the vaccinated person from infection, which is the most ideal; secondary prevention is to prevent the onset of disease, or to keep the mild disease from becoming serious or even developing to death; tertiary prevention is to prevent transmission, even if the infection has a little symptom, but the amount of virus in the body is so small that it is difficult to transmit to others. He said that the positioning of the Wuhan virus vaccine developed by countries around the world is mainly secondary prevention, taking into account primary and tertiary prevention, and there will be some people in all countries who are infected after the vaccine. The subtext is that there is nothing wrong with the Chinese vaccine, and it is normal to get infected again after playing.

Shao Yiming said that since “there is no large number of infections in China, it is impossible to test the probability of infection”, but according to the data recorded by more than 90 million people in the United States, about 9,000 people will still be infected after vaccination, which is a probability of one in 10,000. A June 9 news story in the UK’s Daily Mail also says: New research shows that the probability of contracting the Wuhan virus after two vaccinations is only 1 in 22,500. And those who were fully vaccinated were three times less likely than those who had received only one dose of the vaccine. This was the conclusion of a study that claimed to have looked at more than millions of people who had been vaccinated.

However, on June 10, major foreign media outlets reported that two passengers on a Florida “fully immunized” cruise ship who had been fully “immunized” with two doses of the vaccine tested “positive” for Wuhan virus on board. “The cruise ship has a capacity of 2,138 passengers. The cruise ship has a capacity of 2,138 passengers, so the probability is almost one in a thousand, and all of them strictly follow the relevant rules.

The above somewhat contradictory data actually tells us that people who received two doses of the vaccine (regardless of the country) did not prevent infection with the Wuhan virus, nor did they obtain tangible immunity, and that the conclusions of the relevant studies are not necessarily reliable, especially since there is no data on the effectiveness of the vaccine against the variant virus. In mainland China, based on the CCP’s consistent lack of transparency and its habit of covering up epidemics, no one knows exactly whether there have been any mass infections on the mainland after vaccination, and there is no accurate data on how many people have become seriously ill, left behind sequelae, or even died after infection.

On May 3 of this year, the World Health Organization released a report on the evaluation of Chinese vaccines, disclosing the low effectiveness and safety of Chinese-made vaccines for people over 60 years old and those with comorbidities. The report also pointed out that the Chinese vaccine still needs further clinical trials on the rate of protection against severe diseases, duration of protection, the need for booster doses, the rate of protection against variant strains of the virus, the safety of pregnancy, the rate of protection in the elderly and people with underlying diseases, and the monitoring of rare adverse reactions.

Obviously, no CCP expert dares to affirm that vaccination can prevent infection with the virus, much less that the vaccine can prevent infection with the variant virus. If not, what will happen to those who have already received two doses of the vaccine after the spread of the variant virus? What should those who have not received the vaccine do? In fact, first of all, it should be clear that the vaccines introduced by various countries are actually still experimental drugs and the clinical data are not sufficient, so it is better to observe and observe again. As for people’s eagerness to get vaccinated, apart from psychological factors, there is also a deliberate pressure from the government and public opinion, as well as ignorance about the source of the virus and the background of the vaccine launch.

Not only that, but many people who are forced or encouraged to get vaccinated, including the Chinese, also ignore the risks involved in getting vaccinated under deliberate government downplaying. According to the CDC, as of June 4, there were 329,021 adverse reports of vaccination, including 5,888 deaths, 19,597 hospitalizations, 43,891 emergency room visits, 58,800 outpatient visits, 2,190 heart attacks, 1,087 myocarditis, 4,583 disabilities, 652 miscarriages , 15,052 severe allergic reactions, etc., and other symptoms such as Bell’s palsy and thrombocytopenia.

On May 25, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) mentioned in an open letter on its website the views of anti-vaccine epidemiologists, infectious disease experts, and microbiologists from around the world who are very concerned about the side effects of the vaccine and listed severe headaches, nausea and vomiting, altered consciousness, altered speech, altered vision, hearing problems, different degrees of paralysis in different parts of the body, and loss of motor control, cerebral thrombosis, and other adverse reactions.

It is not difficult for the Chinese Communist Party authorities, who have just claimed to have administered more than 700 million doses of vaccines in China, to count the cases of adverse reactions to vaccinations and make them public, but the country has not yet seen such detailed reports as those in the United States. On May 28, the Chinese Communist authorities released the first monitoring report on adverse reactions, claiming that the incidence of serious abnormal reactions was extremely low, and that the report did not mention details of serious cases or data on fatal and disabling cases.

However, a few days ago, overseas Chinese media first reported that a 25-year-old woman from Shaanxi, China, was sent to the hospital in anaphylactic shock directly after receiving the Chinese Kexing vaccine and died three days later from suspected heart failure. Previously, other CDC personnel revealed that someone in Hebei died five minutes after receiving a domestic vaccine, and many people suffered adverse reactions such as nausea and dizziness. According to an internal report from the Hebei CDC obtained by the Epoch Times, more than 10 million doses of vaccines were administered in Hebei province from early December last year to April 30 this year, and at least nine people died.

In response, the Chinese Communist authorities continue to maintain their usual silence. Presumably, the CCP is concerned that playing up the risks of vaccination and releasing data on adverse reactions will discourage people from getting vaccinated.

It is interesting to note that while many national leaders have taken the initiative to appear in the media to encourage their citizens to get vaccinated, many of China’s privileged senior officials have disappeared one by one while the CCP authorities are trying to get the people to get vaccinated. show. So, are they vaccinated or not?

Previously, Guo Wengui, a Chinese businessman in the United States, broke the news that no official of the Chinese Communist Party above the vice-ministerial level had been vaccinated. If they believe in vaccines so much in their mouths, why are they dwarfs in their actions?

In April, the Internet exposed multiple copies of the Communist Party’s vaccination statistics for Taian County, under the jurisdiction of Anshan City, Liaoning Province. The table showed that cadres of institutional workers and local officials within the system mostly refused vaccination on the grounds of various health problems such as sensitive constitution and high blood pressure, while those who were willing to get vaccinated, the willingness rate was only 7.5%. Is it possible that they, who are in the system, are also aware that the vaccine developed by the Chinese Communist Party cannot be trusted?

It can probably be inferred that senior CCP officials, who know the source of the virus and the number of deaths from infection, actually have a good idea of the effectiveness and safety of the vaccine, i.e. the vaccine is not 100% guaranteed to be safe. So by not getting the vaccine, they are making a statement. Currently, the US and Europe are jointly starting to investigate the source of the virus and whether it came from the Wuhan Institute of Virus Research. If this conclusion is confirmed in the future and the source of the virus is found, perhaps the world will understand the mystery of the vaccine’s hasty launch.