When it comes to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, what are you supposed to be reasonably expected to believe anymore? Every couple of months the radical media pre-approved “experts” will contradict themselves with whatever “guideline” they give the American people concerning the virus. Getting past a pandemic shouldn’t be a partisan issue, and yet, even medical advice given can’t be trusted by everyone because the poison of politics has so deeply infected this situation.
Now, the medical regulator in Britain issued a warning on Wednesday that people who have “serious allergic reactions” should not take either Pfizer and BioNTech’s vaccine, according to the Associated Press (AP).
National Health Service (NHS) medical director Stephen Powis also noted that the warning is only being given on a “precautionary basis.”
According to the AP:
The two people who reported reactions were NHS staff members who had a history of significant allergies and carried adrenaline shots. Both had serious reactions but recovered after treatment, the NHS said.
Stephen Evans, a professor of pharmacoepidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said the regulator had done the right thing, but the general public shouldn’t be worried about getting the vaccine.
If that’s the case — if people “shouldn’t be worried about getting the vaccine — then why the warning? It must have been serious enough that Powis thought it was necessary to tell the public not take the vaccine, even if on a “precautionary basis.”
This is what was alluded to at the top. Conflicting “advice” by “experts” is way too common and the reason that some people don’t believe what they hear one way or the other.
Once again, it appears that the communist Chinese government has done their job controlling portions of the U.S. so well that people can’t even agree on a virus that affects everyone, regardless of beliefs.