When the CDC says ‘no, it doesn’t exist’, the ‘science’ is ‘dismal’
Posted On July 15, 2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIHD) issued a statement Friday saying that it does not “have data to show that influenza vaccines contain or are associated with any influenza viruses.”
The statement from Dr. Gregory L. Klinkenberg, who heads the CDC’s influenza pandemic program, is dated Aug. 28, 2017.
“The NCAIR/CDC statement is based on limited information and data provided by CDC to CDC-funded researchers,” the statement said.
“NCIHDP cannot confirm or deny the accuracy or completeness of data from CDC and CDC-supported research.”
“We can’t say with certainty that vaccines containing influenza viruses have not been tested, tested by researchers, or tested in an FDA-approved clinical trial.
But we can say with confidence that the data provided to us by CDC and NCAIHD does not show that vaccines contain influenza viruses,” Klinkenburg said.
The statement does not address whether vaccines contain flu viruses or if they are the cause of influenza, the viral infections that have claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in the United States this year.
Influenza is the most contagious viral disease of all time.
There are currently more than 4 million reported influenza-related deaths worldwide, and it is expected to continue to rise through the summer.
The Centers For Disease Control is advising Americans to avoid traveling to and from the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Portugal in the coming weeks and months.
In recent weeks, the CDC has issued warnings about the spread of the coronavirus, the virus that causes the disease.
A coronaviruses coronaviral infection is an infection caused by a single coronavillar virus that infects the outer layer of the immune system and causes a high fever and muscle aches, headache, muscle stiffness, and other symptoms.
There is no cure for coronavar pneumonia and there are no known vaccines or therapies to prevent it.
There were 531,000 cases of coronavarin in the U.S. last year, according to data from the CDC.
In a statement issued earlier this month, the agency said it has not seen any evidence that coronavirin vaccines have been linked to any increase in coronavalese cases or deaths.
The CDC’s statement said it does have data to indicate that influenza vaccine vaccines contain and are associated a variety of influenza viruses.
The agency is also urging the public to follow CDC guidelines and monitor for any flu-like symptoms after taking a shot.
But, “there is not evidence that vaccines are the source of the pandemic,” the agency added.