Pfizer Says Trials Show COVID Vaccine Is 90% Effective, But Questions Remain on Safety of Novel Tech • Children’s Health Defense

“Because there’s never been a licensed mRNA vaccine before, we really don’t know what injuries are going to look like.” — Mary Holland

Jesse Goodman, professor of medicine and infectious diseases at Georgetown University, told the Times, “We need to see the actual data, and we’re going to need longer-term results.”

Fast Company reported on the development by reminding readers that the Pfizer vaccine, if approved, will be the first to use “an as-yet-unproven technology platform that relies on something called messenger RNA, usually shortened to mRNA.” 

Vaccine makers, already shielded from liability for vaccine injuries under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, will be even more protected against COVID vaccine injuries. As reported by Mercola.com, in March, the Federal Register published a “Declaration Under the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act for Medical Countermeasures Against COVID-19” which effectively sets up a new COVID “vaccine court.” 

Pfizer Says Trials Show COVID Vaccine Is 90% Effective, But Questions Remain on Safety of Novel Tech • Children’s Health Defense