Three years on from the first covid vaccine death

3 years ago today, Dr Stephen Wright died from vaccine-induced thrombosis, caused by the AstraZeneca covid vaccine he received on 16th January 2021.

Like many others he was assured it was Safe and Effective and that he should take it to protect others.

His family mentioned the vaccine could be the cause when he was hospitalised and a Yellow Card was completed in early February 2021. MHRA took zero action on this 1st known death!

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Whatever happened to Public Health?

HART member Dr Alan Mordue, who spent most of his career working as a Consultant in Public Health Medicine, recently gave a talk to Common Knowledge Edinburgh on this topic.  He directly compares what was in our pandemic plans before March 2020 and what we actually did in responding to Covid-19 in the context of some key principles of the specialty.

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Letter to CMO & Chief Scientist

No masks in secondary schools Masking is not normal and should not be normalised Saturday 8th August 2020 Dear Professor Whitty & Professor Vallance, I am writing to you both urgently on behalf of an extremely concerned group of parents, grandparents and teachers, following the announcement today that the Irish government have recommended face masks for both […]

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Open letter to JCVI 6th June 2021

Professor Wei Shen Lim, Chairman, Covid-19 immunisation committee, Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) Dear Professor Lim,  I and 50 senior doctors and academics, wrote to you urgently on 17th May (linked here) to express our grave concerns about the possibility of the COVID-19 vaccination programme being extended to children. I was informed that the letter […]

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The Mysterious Case of the Disappearing Remote Control

Dr Mike Yeadon was unable to attend the event, but had provided a pre-recorded testimony. As it transpired, his address could not be played due to ‘technical difficulties’. It arrived safely on a laptop, but Andrew Bridgen announced that we were not able to hear it because ‘the television had been muted and they did not have the remote control’. As ‘the dog ate my homework’ excuses go, this one was pretty poor. Couldn’t one of the many people there to help have popped out to ask a staffer to find a remote?

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