Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo has written a letter to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky and U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Robert Califf, accusing officials of of public health to ignore many risks related to COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.
“Your continued decision to ignore many of the risks associated with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, along with your efforts to manipulate the public into believing they are harmless, has led to deep distrust in the American health care system” , Ladapo stated on May 10. letter
He stated that their “collective decisions to deny that natural immunity confers comparable or superior protection against vaccination against COVID-19, to push for COVID-19 mRNA boosters for the young and healthy, and to delay the recognition of the risks of vaccine-induced myocarditis have only sown doubt among the American people and the public health community.”
The Sunshine State’s public health official listed a number of requests, including pushing for officials to “report why randomized clinical trials were not required prior to approval of the COVID-19 mRNA boosters , including the new bivalent booster.” He asked them to “report the number of teenagers who have died within days of receiving a second dose or booster of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine” and to “explain why you have not required Pfizer to report the results from its randomized trial in pregnant women… which was completed in July 2022.” He also made several other requests.
When I asked the feds for more honesty and transparency around the COVID-19 vaccine data, they responded with a word salad of complacency and gas. ud83dude44 Here is my answer. Please try again, @CDCgov @US_FDA.u201d
— Joseph A. Ladapo, MD, PhD (@Joseph A. Ladapo, MD, PhD) 1683763252
In a March response to an earlier letter from Ladapo, Walensky and Califf had promoted vaccination against COVID-19.
“We stand strongly behind the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, which are fully supported by the available scientific data. Staying up-to-date on vaccination is the best way to reduce the risks of death and serious illness or hospitalization for COVID-19. -19 Misleading people by exaggerating the risks, or emphasizing the risks without acknowledging the overwhelming benefits, raises unnecessary doubts about the vaccine and puts people at risk of death or serious illness that could have been prevented by timely vaccination,” they wrote.
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