Just a final reminder to all to complete the Government consultation to amend the medical regulations before midnight tonight:
I've copied some responses for you to edit/use:
1. Temporary authorisation of the supply of unlicensed products
Vaccines take years to be developed and licensed for good reason. Any long term effects of the vaccine will not be known.
Even licensed vaccines have been known to cause major harm (Swine flu vaccines causing narcolepsy) and compensation had to be paid out those affected.
The risk/benefit is far too high to give temporary authorization.
2. Civil liability and immunity
The long term effects of any fast tracked vaccine will not be known, so people will not be aware of the full extent of the risks.
You state it isn’t fair to expect the pharmaceutical company to accept liability. Neither is it fair to expect people to unwittingly endanger their health. No company should be exempt from liability.
To absolve the pharmaceutical companies of some of their liabilities will create a moral hazard.
The vaccine damage payment scheme shows that vaccines are proven to cause damage in people