The top law enforcement officer in Oklahoma is facing a wave of criticism after he suggested on Tuesday that the science surrounding a COVID-19 vaccine — had been picked up by scientists around the world. studied for almost two years and is approved in the US even for children at an early age. as year — still unclear.
“I don’t think the science is really clear about this COVID vaccine,” Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor said in a statement. Press Conference about the state’s legal battle over COVID vaccine mandates. He stands with Governor Kevin Stitt, who has defended the state’s role in five lawsuits aimed at blocking federal vaccine requirements.
“I’ve been vaccinated, and my problem isn’t with the vaccine, my problem is the notion that it’s mandatory,” he said, before going on to accuse federal officials of having get employers to “do the dirty work of the Biden administration” by asking employees to get attention.
“Who do you trust for information?” O’Connor said. “At one point we were told that natural immunity is 27 times more effective than vaccines, however, when all these tasks are deployed, they do not respect immunity. nature”.
The Oklahoma Attorney General’s office did not immediately respond to The Daily Beast’s request for comment on O’Connor’s claim that “natural immunity” is superior to vaccines.
O’Connor’s comments about immunity go against CDC guidelines that recommend that all eligible people — including those who have been previously infected with the virus — get vaccinated. His suggestion that vaccines support unclear science also seems to ignore the agency’s data regarding ongoing clinical trials and real-world reviews. shown that the vaccine is “highly effective against hospitalizations and deaths for many strains” of COVID-19, including the Delta variant that continues to dominate in the United States.
His scrutiny of the science behind vaccines came when Oklahoma State Department of Health reported nearly 1,000 new COVID cases on Tuesday, and as countries around the world struggle to cope with Omicron variant. President Biden’s chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, encouraged Americans “Be promoted” in an effort to provide an extra layer of protection against the new strain.
Caroline Swink, a registered nurse who referred to an “experimental COVID-19 vaccine,” and cited “discrimination” against the unvaccinated, also spoke at the meeting. Stitt’s newspaper on Tuesday.
“Pfizer has asked that the data go unpublished for 55 years — what are they trying to hide?” she speaks.
The comments are a misrepresentation of the FDA’s proposal for how it would release the approximately 329,000 pages of data and information the agency used to approve the Pfizer vaccine to a group of professors and scientists. learn. file a lawsuit in September in federal court to expedite access to documents through the Freedom of Information Act.
In one general condition report Last month, Justice Department lawyers said that before the FDA can process the documents, the FDA must remove them “Pfizer or BioNTech’s trade secret and trade secret information and private information.” individuals of patients participating in clinical trials.”
FDA has suggested releasing 500 pages per month on a rotating basis, Reuters reported.
Oklahoma State Medical Association President Dr. Mary Clarke criticized state leaders after the comments, criticizing their efforts to undermine the science that supports a COVID-19 vaccine.
“For AG, to question the science that we’ve been working on for two years globally is, I think, misunderstanding the science,” Clarke said at a virus briefing a few hours later, follow The World of Tulsa. “I think, really, question the science of you and your medical professionals and say that someone disagrees with that – being himself a non-scientist – I think It is an anomaly for the public.”
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