FDA Responds to The suspension of Moderna Vaccine by Nordic Countries
Of course that they are going to say that the shot’s benefits outweigh the risks.
What else CAN they do at this point?!
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The Food and Drug Administration was supposed (and probably WAS aware) of the fact that high risks for the future health of the people who were going to get the Moderna COVID jab were highly probable. Yet, they completely ignored these signs and never decided to give proper precautions.
“The FDA is aware of these data. At this time, FDA continues to find that the known and potential benefits of vaccination outweigh the known and potential risks for the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine,” an FDA official said in a statement to news outlets over the weekend in response to the Nordic nations’ decision to suspend the vaccine for certain age groups.
Health officials in Finland, Norway, Sweden, and Iceland suspended the use of the Moderna vaccine for younger people due to a risk of side effects including myocarditis.
Sweden said it would pause the vaccine for people under the age of 30, and Denmark did the same for those under 18. Finland said that males under the age of 30 shouldn’t receive the jab, while Icelandic officials added over the weekend that they would suspend the use of the shot.
In the meantime, Moderna stated that the company was “aware of the very rare occurrence of myocarditis and/or pericarditis following administration of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19.”
Of course, this “honest statement” of theirs came AFTER the Nordic countries banned the usage of their vaccine…
“These are typically mild cases and individuals tend to recover within a short time following standard treatment and rest. The risk of myocarditis is substantially increased for those who contract COVID-19, and vaccination is the best way to protect against this,” the company’s statement continued.
Mika Salminen, director of the Finnish health institute, said Finland would instead give Pfizer’s vaccine to men born in 1991 and later. Finland offers shots to people aged 12 and over.