The NYT: Vaccine “Risk-Benefit Analysis” for Pregnant Women, Those Unlikely to Become Seriously Ill “Not Clear Cut”
The regime outlet admits: An unkown vaccine risk versus a known miniscule virus risk
The NYT publishes four articles from doctors under a “Four Ways to Fix the Vaccine Rollout” banner. One of them “Don’t Pressure the Vaccine-Hesitant” by doctors Peter Doshi and Jennifer Block admits there is no evidence vaccination makes sense for the vast majority of the world population:
For those unlikely to become seriously ill with Covid, the vaccines’ risk-benefit analysis is not clear cut. Nor is it obvious for groups that were excluded from the trials, such as pregnant women and immunocompromised individuals. Then there are the millions of people who have already been infected and acquired immunity.
Between those who are unlikely to become seriously ill (80 percent of the population), those not included in the trials (children, pregnant women, the elderly to a large extent) and those who have already been infected (or came into contact with it but proved resistant) you’re talking about nearly everyone.
For almost everyone it’s a mild, flu-like disease. Why take an unnecessary vaccine based on never before tried technology?