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Pfizer Hired 600 Additional Full-Time Employees to Process COVID-19 Jab Adverse Reactions and Planned to Hire 1,800 More; Documents Reveal


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Pfizer knew their experimental COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy was a dangerous injection with 1,000+ potential side effects.

They had no way of tracking the number of individuals to experience adverse reactions without hiring additional employees with that specific task.

In the latest court-ordered document release, the pharmaceutical company hired 600 additional full-time employees to process adverse reactions during the three months following emergency use authorization of its COVID-19 injection.

Pfizer also planned to hire 1,800 more employees by June 2021.

The latest revelations appeared in a document, “Cumulative analysis of post-authorization adverse event reports” of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 jab, highlighting such adverse events identified through Feb. 28, 2021.

While the document was initially released in November 2021, the original copy contained partial redactions.

The redactions included the number of employees Pfizer hired and/or was planning to hire.

According to the unredacted document released April 1:

“Pfizer has also taken a multiple actions [sic] to help alleviate the large increase of adverse event reports. This includes significant technology enhancements, and process and workflow solutions, as well as increasing the number of data entry and case processing colleagues.

“To date, Pfizer has onboarded approximately 600 additional full-time employees (FTEs).

“More are joining each month with an expected total of more than 1,800 additional resources by the end of June 2021.”

The Defender added:

The unredacted version also revealed the number of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine doses shipped worldwide between December 2020 and February 2021:

“It is estimated that approximately 126,212,580 doses of BNT162b2 [the Pfizer EUA vaccine] were shipped worldwide from the receipt of the first temporary authorisation for emergency supply on 01 December 2020 through 28 February 2021.”

The number of shipped doses previously was redacted.

Remarking upon this newly revealed information, Brian Hooker, chief scientific officer of Children’s Health Defense, told The Defender:

“The rollout of the Pfizer vaccine has led to an unprecedented number of adverse events reported — 158,000 adverse events in the first two-plus months of the rollout means that the rate of reported AE [adverse events] was approximately 1:1000, with many of the AEs graded as serious. This is based on a denominator of 125,000,000 vaccines distributed.

“It is no wonder that an army of 1,800 individuals was needed to process all of the information.”

Hooker noted the total number (1,205,755) of COVID vaccine adverse events reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System between Dec. 14, 2020 and March 25, 2022, now eclipses the total number (930,952) of adverse events reported in the 32-year history of the database.

Dr. Madhava Setty, a board-certified anesthesiologist and senior science editor for The Defender, previously reported on the same Pfizer document, before the unredacted version was released.

“In that piece, I alluded to Pfizer’s admission that they needed more staff to process all of the adverse events being reported to them,” Setty said.

“It seems this document has now been updated. 600 FTEs [full-time employees]! … I wonder how many extra people the CDC [U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Protection] has hired? Given how they are operating, I would say zero.”

The April 1st release also revealed Pfizer knew antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) was occurring and attempted to hide the internal data.

Latest Unredacted Document Release Proves Pfizer & FDA Knew About Antibody-Dependent Enhancement (ADE)



 

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