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(LifeSiteNews) — Dr. John Campbell, known in the U.K. for his public support of ivermectin as a medically proven, effective early treatment for Covid-19, went on YouTube yesterday to break down the newly released Pfizer documents concerning the safety of its Covid vaccine.

The documents were released after a Freedom of Information request was granted in a federal district court in Texas. They include records of adverse events associated with the Pfizer vaccine from Dec. 1, 2020 through Feb. 28, 2021, totaling 42,086 adverse events in the first three months of the vaccine campaign. Of these, there were 1,223 deaths. Countries reporting adverse events included the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, and 53 others.

The number of vaccines administered during the same period, however, seems to have been redacted in the published report, making it impossible to establish the ratio of adverse events to vaccines administered in the relevant time period of the first three months of the Pfizer rollout.

In spite of presumably having the data of the report available, on Aug. 21, 2021, acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock, M.D., gave a positive judgment on the risk/benefit analysis for the Pfizer vaccine, stating, “While millions of people have already safely received COVID-19 vaccines, we recognize that for some, the FDA approval of a vaccine may now instill additional confidence to get vaccinated.” This led to the formal FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine.

The Pfizer documents can be publicly accessed here.

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