Ministry of Health Intensifies Vaccination Efforts, but without necessary caution

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Just 11 cases were found of serious blood clots in 11 million jabbed with AZ in EU (Image: GETTY)

In an effort to convince and ‘gouge’ residents of Montserrat to access the COVID-19 Astra Zeneca vaccine the Ministry of Health stated: “The latest trials conducted in the United States of America, Chile and Peru by experts from Columbia University and the University of Rochester found the Astra Zeneca vaccine to be 100% effective at preventing people from falling seriously ill…”

The latest headline following a hold up and near ban of the vaccine in the European Union came as follows: “EUROPEAN countries were ordered to get on with the Oxford vaccine rollout after EU health chiefs declared it safe to use,’ saying what the UK Prime Minister continued as he addresses the risk and cautiousness about the vaccine on a whole. He basically encouraged, that while there may be risks (supporting what can be found on the UK website on COVID-19) what the EU bloc’s medical regulator the EMA said: “This is a safe and effective vaccine protecting people from COVID-19, with the associated risks of death and hospitalisation outweighing the risks.”

Meanwhile, the UK’s drug regulator has urged people to seek medical help if they experience headache for more than four days after getting vaccinated.

The question jumps out as to why is the Ministry continually touting this inaccurate information rather that being transparent and giving the information that guide the vulnerable from doing something they would otherwise be at least more cautious about.

EMA Emer Cooke
EMA declares AstraZeneca vaccine safe (Image: EMA•GETTY)

In a release dated March 22, 2021, The Ministry of Health and Social Services announced plans to implement a mobile vaccination clinic on Tuesday, March 23, 2021, in the parking lot of the Bank of Montserrat. This move comes as part of the Ministry’s efforts to increase vaccine uptake as the end date for first time vaccinations approaches.

The released informed that “March 31, 2021 has been earmarked as the closing date for first time vaccinations. Ministry of Health officials noted that the date was selected to ensure persons can receive their first and second doses of the vaccine before the batch expires.”

Regarding the initiative for tomorrow, officials noted that; “in February enough vaccines were received for 1,500 persons. Presently 1,188 persons have registered meaning 318 persons can still receive both doses of the vaccine. The Ministry of Health wants to ensure that no dose of the vaccine goes unused. Therefore all opportunities are being utilized to ensure that persons have easy access to vaccination.”

The main intention of Tuesday’s mobile vaccination clinic is to capture those individuals who want to be vaccinated but have not yet had the opportunity to register. Those persons can visit the Bank of Montserrat during the hours of 9:00 A.M to 12: 00 P.M and receive the vaccine. Persons who are scheduled to receive their second dose can also do so at the mobile clinic.

The Ministry of Health is encouraging all residents who wish to be vaccinated to visit the mobile clinic.  The vaccine is safe and effective. The latest trials conducted in the United States of America, Chile and Peru by experts from Columbia University and the University of Rochester found the Astra Zeneca vaccine to be 100% effective at preventing people from falling seriously ill and found no safety issues regarding blood clots.

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson reassured the Britons, saying: “The Oxford jab is safe and the Pfizer jab is safe. The thing that isn’t safe is catching COVID which is why it’s so important that we all get our jabs as soon as our turn comes.

Director Emer Cooke insisted the 11 million Britons that have received it should not have concerns over its safety. “This is a safe and effective vaccine protecting people from COVID-19, with the associated risks of death and hospitalisation outweighing the risks,” she told an online news conference. she told an online news conference.

The drugs watchdog was forced to publish evidence after 17 EU nations paused their AstraZeneca vaccine rollout over unproven fears it causes blood clots.

So now comes this just before we publish: AstraZeneca vaccine: UK regulator issues warning about headaches – seek medical attention
https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1411764/astrazeneca-vaccine-side-effects-headache-blood-clots

Please visit TMR Facebook page for much information from many sources to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and the pushover vaccine programs: https://www.facebook.com/themontserratreporter

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Just 11 cases were found of serious blood clots in 11 million jabbed with AZ in EU (Image: GETTY)

In an effort to convince and ‘gouge’ residents of Montserrat to access the COVID-19 Astra Zeneca vaccine the Ministry of Health stated: “The latest trials conducted in the United States of America, Chile and Peru by experts from Columbia University and the University of Rochester found the Astra Zeneca vaccine to be 100% effective at preventing people from falling seriously ill…”

The latest headline following a hold up and near ban of the vaccine in the European Union came as follows: “EUROPEAN countries were ordered to get on with the Oxford vaccine rollout after EU health chiefs declared it safe to use,’ saying what the UK Prime Minister continued as he addresses the risk and cautiousness about the vaccine on a whole. He basically encouraged, that while there may be risks (supporting what can be found on the UK website on COVID-19) what the EU bloc’s medical regulator the EMA said: “This is a safe and effective vaccine protecting people from COVID-19, with the associated risks of death and hospitalisation outweighing the risks.”

Meanwhile, the UK’s drug regulator has urged people to seek medical help if they experience headache for more than four days after getting vaccinated.

The question jumps out as to why is the Ministry continually touting this inaccurate information rather that being transparent and giving the information that guide the vulnerable from doing something they would otherwise be at least more cautious about.

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EMA Emer Cooke
EMA declares AstraZeneca vaccine safe (Image: EMA•GETTY)

In a release dated March 22, 2021, The Ministry of Health and Social Services announced plans to implement a mobile vaccination clinic on Tuesday, March 23, 2021, in the parking lot of the Bank of Montserrat. This move comes as part of the Ministry’s efforts to increase vaccine uptake as the end date for first time vaccinations approaches.

The released informed that “March 31, 2021 has been earmarked as the closing date for first time vaccinations. Ministry of Health officials noted that the date was selected to ensure persons can receive their first and second doses of the vaccine before the batch expires.”

Regarding the initiative for tomorrow, officials noted that; “in February enough vaccines were received for 1,500 persons. Presently 1,188 persons have registered meaning 318 persons can still receive both doses of the vaccine. The Ministry of Health wants to ensure that no dose of the vaccine goes unused. Therefore all opportunities are being utilized to ensure that persons have easy access to vaccination.”

The main intention of Tuesday’s mobile vaccination clinic is to capture those individuals who want to be vaccinated but have not yet had the opportunity to register. Those persons can visit the Bank of Montserrat during the hours of 9:00 A.M to 12: 00 P.M and receive the vaccine. Persons who are scheduled to receive their second dose can also do so at the mobile clinic.

The Ministry of Health is encouraging all residents who wish to be vaccinated to visit the mobile clinic.  The vaccine is safe and effective. The latest trials conducted in the United States of America, Chile and Peru by experts from Columbia University and the University of Rochester found the Astra Zeneca vaccine to be 100% effective at preventing people from falling seriously ill and found no safety issues regarding blood clots.

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson reassured the Britons, saying: “The Oxford jab is safe and the Pfizer jab is safe. The thing that isn’t safe is catching COVID which is why it’s so important that we all get our jabs as soon as our turn comes.

Director Emer Cooke insisted the 11 million Britons that have received it should not have concerns over its safety. “This is a safe and effective vaccine protecting people from COVID-19, with the associated risks of death and hospitalisation outweighing the risks,” she told an online news conference. she told an online news conference.

The drugs watchdog was forced to publish evidence after 17 EU nations paused their AstraZeneca vaccine rollout over unproven fears it causes blood clots.

So now comes this just before we publish: AstraZeneca vaccine: UK regulator issues warning about headaches – seek medical attention
https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1411764/astrazeneca-vaccine-side-effects-headache-blood-clots

Please visit TMR Facebook page for much information from many sources to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and the pushover vaccine programs: https://www.facebook.com/themontserratreporter