I would invite you to read the following posted on the GOV>UK website and consider. www.gov.ukConsultation document: changes to Human Medicine Regulations to support the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines Your comments and thoughts are welcome.
Aside from the rushed "trials", the environmentalists and animal conservationists appear to have missed the article about the 500,000 sharks that will have to be killed to source the squalene for the vaccines and the fact that it may also wipe out the Horseshoe crab! Apparently if they had to use a more friendly source ie. olive oil, it would cost too much and erode the profits! I may not be a fan of sharks, but they do an important job as refuse collectors of the sea!
Well done for drawing attention to that. I like to think I occupy a kind of 'detached centre ground' where the vaccination debate is concerned, but what the government is proposing there is preposterously dangerous. If it isn't part of a much larger nefarious plan, it's woefully ill-considered.
To summarise the key quotes, it starts with a fib: "COVID-19 is the biggest threat this country has faced in peacetime history." Yeah right, bigger than Asian flu and Hong Kong flu combined, I suppose... "Effective COVID-19 vaccines will be the best way to deal with the pandemic."
There are lots of epidemiologists and medical professionals who might refute that in favour of herd immunity, or hydroxychloroquine.
"A temporary authorisation of the supply of an unlicensed vaccine could be given by the UK’s licensing authority under regulation 174 of the Human Medicines Regulations."
"It will also be apparent in what we say about workforce expansion that someone other than a registered healthcare professional may actually be administering unlicensed vaccines – and as a basic issue of fairness, we think they should benefit from the same immunity from civil liability as a registered healthcare professional who is performing the same role, if the person who is not a healthcare professional is following one of the proposed new protocols."
"Currently there is a prohibition on promoting an unlicensed medicine to healthcare professionals and the public. The UK government is proposing that this prohibition is disapplied to allow (subject to the other restrictions in the HMRs) advertising of any temporarily authorised products under regulation 174, including a COVID-19 vaccine."